1. Explained: Why re-opening of international mutual funds may benefit only a few investors  Moneycontrol
  2. SEBI allows mutual funds to resume investing in foreign stocks | #Shorts  CNBC-TV18
  3. Don't rush, go the SIP way for international funds  Economic Times
  4. New limits for international mutual funds to be redemption-based  Moneycontrol
  5. Experts Assess SEBI Decision On Intl Funds & Explain Short-Term Debt Funds | MF Corner | CNBC-TV18  CNBC-TV18
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Only select fund houses have opened their doors of international funds. And they may shut these if they breach their February 1, 2022 limits.Only select fund houses have opened their doors of international funds. And they may shut these if they breach their February 1, 2022 limits.

Explained: Why re-opening of international mutual funds may benefit only a few investors

Wealth News: Capital markets regulator Sebi has permitted mutual funds to again invest in foreign stocks within the aggregate mandated limit of $7 billion for the Wealth News: Capital markets regulator Sebi has permitted mutual funds to again invest in foreign stocks within the aggregate mandated limit of $7 billion for the

Mutual funds can resume investing in international stocks: Sebi - Times of India

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Sebi has now allowed mutual funds (MFs), with a rider, to resume subscriptions for international funds and invest in foreign securitiesSebi has now allowed mutual funds (MFs), with a rider, to resume subscriptions for international funds and invest in foreign securities

Some India MFs resume fresh investments in overseas funds | Mint

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After the $7-billion industry-wide investment in Mutual Funds threshold got ruptured, AMC has revoked the temporary suspension in 7 of its international offerings with effect.Edelweiss AMC on Monday said it has revoked the temporary suspension in seven of its international offerings with effect from June 21

Five months on, some mutual funds reopen subscription to global funds | Business Standard News

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In this latest episode of Mutual Fund Corner, CNBC-TV18’s Sumaira Abidi spoke to Manoj Nagpal, MD & CEO of Outlook Asia Capital, on SEBI’s decision to maintain status quo on investment limit for overseas mutual funds. Also Hemant Rustagi, CEO of Wiseinvest, explain whats short-term debt funds are.In this latest episode of Mutual Fund Corner, CNBC-TV18’s Sumaira Abidi spoke to Manoj Nagpal, MD & CEO of Outlook Asia Capital, on SEBI’s decision to maintain status quo on investment limit for overseas mutual funds. Also Hemant Rustagi, CEO of Wiseinvest, explain whats short-term debt funds are.

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Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has allowed mutual funds to resume investing in foreign stocks within USD 7 billion, which is the aggregate mandated limit for the industry.Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has allowed mutual funds to resume investing in foreign stocks within USD 7 billion, which is the aggregate mandated limit for the industry.

SEBI Allows Mutual Funds to Resume Investing in Foreign Stocks

Mutual fund schemes may now resume subscriptions and make investments in overseas funds/ securities up to the headroom available without breaching the overseas investment limitsMutual fund schemes may now resume subscriptions and make investments in overseas funds/ securities up to the headroom available without breaching the overseas investment limits

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SEBI, the capital markets regulator, has allowed mutual funds to engage in foreign equities again, as long as they stay below the $7 billion limit set for the sector.SEBI, the capital markets regulator, has allowed mutual funds to engage in foreign equities again, as long as they stay below the $7 billion limit set for the sector.

SEBI permits mutual funds to resume investing in international companies

In February, SEBI advised mutual funds to halt further investments in foreign stocks to avoid breaching industry-wide regulatory limits.In February, SEBI advised mutual funds to halt further investments in foreign stocks to avoid breaching industry-wide regulatory limits.

SEBI Allows Mutual Funds to Resume Overseas Investing - Regulation Asia

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has allowed mutual funds to resume investing in foreign stocks within USD 7 billion.The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has allowed mutual funds to resume investing in foreign stocks within USD 7 billion.

Mutual funds allowed to invest in global stocks again - TechStory

Some mutual funds may not accept investor flows in these products due to lack of clarity over the limits available.

Mutual Fund News: Mutual funds can again accept money in international schemes - The Economic Times