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Five months on, some mutual funds reopen subscription to global funds

Edelweiss AMC on Monday said it has revoked the temporary suspension in seven of its international offerings with effect from June 21

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Experts said the reopening of subscriptions is positive news for the industry, as well as investors who would want to make use of this correction to deploy fresh funds.

Chirag Madia Mumbai
A few asset management companies (AMCs) offering schemes that invest in overseas stocks have started accepting fresh inflows from investors after a gap of nearly five months.

Edelweiss AMC on Monday said it has revoked the temporary suspension in seven of its international offerings with effect from June 21.

ICICI Prudential AMC, too, approved resuming subscriptions in five of its schemes with effect from June 22.

On January 31, markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India had directed AMCs to stop accepting fresh inflows into overseas schemes after the $7-billion industry-wide investment threshold got breached.

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First Published: Jun 21 2022 | 10:01 PM IST

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