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BusinessToday.In
January 2, 2021
During the last fortnight from December 16-31, 2020, the six wound up schemes received cash inflows worth Rs 1,213 crore. This saw FISTIP become cash positive during the period


BusinessToday.In
December 26, 2020
Taruvai Subayya Krishnamurthy has served as the 13th Chief Election Commissioner of India from February 2004 to May 2005. During his tenure, he oversaw 2004 Lok Sabha elections


BusinessToday.In
October 3, 2020
Four cash positive wound up Franklin Templeton schemes - FIUBF,FIDA,FILDF and FICRF - have 40 per cent, 19 per cent, 19 per cent and 9 per cent of their AUM available as cash, respectively


BusinessToday.In
September 3, 2020
Two more debt schemes - Franklin India Credit Risk Fund (FICRF) and Franklin India Low Duration Fund (FILDF) - have turned cash positive with 1 per cent and 5 per cent of their respective AUM as on August 31, 2020


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The four shuttered debt schemes of Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund (FT MF) witnessed a default from Rivaaz Trade Ventures (RTVL), a Future group entity


BusinessToday.In
August 26, 2020
SEBI has not granted any permission to Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund to wind up its six debt schemes, reveals a RTI query


PTI
July 27, 2020
During the quarter under review, Rs 1.1 lakh crore came from debt funds, Rs 20,930 crore from arbitrage funds and Rs 11,730 crore from equity-oriented schemes


PTI
July 26, 2020
As per the data, inflows into debt mutual funds were at Rs 1.1 lakh crore in the three months ended June, compared to outflows of Rs 1.13 lakh crore in the January-March quarter


Nevin John
New Delhi, June 24, 2020
With the post-lockdown economy still to pick up, highly leveraged companies are looking at ways to reduce debt


BusinessToday.In
June 9, 2020
The company has taken this move after the Gujarat High Court rejected Franklin Templeton's application seeking vacation on its ad-interim stay order on the e-voting process. The next hearing in the case is scheduled for June 12


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 3, 2020
Franklin Templeton's e-vote was scheduled to be held from June 9 to June 11, while the unit holders' meet was slated to happen on June 12, 2020


Naveen Kumar
New Delhi, May 27, 2020
From the NBFC liquidity crisis in 2018 to collapse of six Franklin Templeton schemes, debt funds are no longer considered safe


Chitranjan Kumar
New Delhi, May 23, 2020
DCB Bank's provisions and contingencies spiked 240 per cent to Rs 118.24 crore in March quarter, including Rs 63 crore related to COVID-19 regulatory package, compared to Rs 34 crore in the same period last year


Naveen Kumar
New Delhi, May 22, 2020
The investors who were part of the suspended schemes at the time of sidepocketing will get their dues as and when recoveries are made in the segregated portfolio


Naveen Kumar
May 19, 2020
After the Franklin Templeton mishap, you can no longer ignore the issue and take safety of debt funds for granted


George Mitra and Rajan Pathak
May 16, 2020
Regulators can design a system where all fund managers should be ranked based on their past performance and process procedure basis, which is different from the fund house


Pankaaj Maalde
May 12, 2020
When an investor puts his/her hard-earned money in liquid or short-term funds, he/she wants more of safety and a little bit over savings bank and fixed deposit interest


Aprajita Sharma
May 8, 2020
Coronavirus news: Fears ran amok that Franklin Templeton closing its six debt mutual fund schemes may trigger outflows from debt mutual funds. However, net outflows were only seen in credit risk and medium duration categories


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 8, 2020
The fund house said the remarks made by Jenny Johnson, president and CEO, Franklin Templeton during their quarterly earnings call were quoted \"out of context\" by media outlets


Nirbhay Kumar
May 2, 2020
'We are not looking at any support. We are a net debt free company,' Hero Cycles Chairman and Managing Director Pankaj Munjal told BusinessToday.In


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