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IDFC Mutual Fund launches UPI mode of payment for investment

This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases

Press Trust of India 

IDFC Mutual Fund launches UPI mode of payment for investment

Wednesday said it has launched a Unified Interface (UPI) mode of for making the investment in its schemes.

This is as an additional option for its investors. This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases and would subsequently be extended for Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) registrations.

"is expected to change the way consumers transact and is indeed the next step towards a cashless, efficient and secure system," MF Chief Executive Vishal Kapoor said in a statement. "MF has been trying to simplify the investment process in every way possible."

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IDFC Mutual Fund launches UPI mode of payment for investment

This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases

This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases
Wednesday said it has launched a Unified Interface (UPI) mode of for making the investment in its schemes.

This is as an additional option for its investors. This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases and would subsequently be extended for Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) registrations.

"is expected to change the way consumers transact and is indeed the next step towards a cashless, efficient and secure system," MF Chief Executive Vishal Kapoor said in a statement. "MF has been trying to simplify the investment process in every way possible."
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IDFC Mutual Fund launches UPI mode of payment for investment

This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases

Wednesday said it has launched a Unified Interface (UPI) mode of for making the investment in its schemes.

This is as an additional option for its investors. This facility will be available to existing, as well as new investors for lump sum purchases and would subsequently be extended for Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) registrations.

"is expected to change the way consumers transact and is indeed the next step towards a cashless, efficient and secure system," MF Chief Executive Vishal Kapoor said in a statement. "MF has been trying to simplify the investment process in every way possible."

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