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Marzban Irani, CIO, Fixed Income, LIC Mutual Fund Asset Management

posted on: 14-09-2021

Invest in Short-Duration Papers for the Near Term

posted on: 27-08-2021

It’s wiser to remain invested over the long-run: Marzban Irani, LIC Mutual Fund

posted on: 01-09-2021

Market rally: Have we squashed the lemon or is there still some juice left?

posted on: 22-08-2021

DAILY VOICE | Stock selection matters more than blindly betting on small and midcaps: Yogesh Patil of LIC MF

posted on: 12-08-2021

Inflation angst spreads to India bonds as Reserve Bank downplays risk

posted on: 02-08-2021

Wealth creation made easy by this money manager

posted on: 11-08-2021

With 24 percent of this MF’s assets in ETFs, its CEO feels ETFs and index schemes are the future of MF industry

posted on: 01-08-2021

Why investing in passive funds can be a good diversification strategy

posted on: 21-07-2021


LICMF Delhi branch will remain closed in view of current spike in Covid-19 cases till further notice | Investor are requested to note that, pursuant to SEBI circular no. SEBI/HO/IMD/DF2/CIR/P/2020/175 dated September 17, 2020 read with circular no. SEBI/HO/IMD/DF2/CIR/P/2020/253 dated December 31, 2020, effective from February 1, 2021, the applicable NAV in respect of purchase of units of mutual fund scheme shall be subject to realization & availability of the funds in the bank account of mutual fund before the applicable cut off timings, irrespective of the amount of investment, under all mutual fund schemes. To know more about payment modes available : CLICK HERE   |   Pursuant to the guidelines received from AMFI and latest directives of Central & State Governments and Municipal authorities, branch offices of LIC MF AMC and the ISCs (“Official Points of Acceptance”) of the RTA (M/s. KFin Technologies Pvt. Ltd) shall be closed effective 23-March-2020 and thereby no physical transactions shall be accepted till situation improves. Investors are requested to only adopt online means of transacting. For more information click here | KYC IS ONE TIME EXERCISE WHILE DEALING IN SECURITIES MARKET - ONCE KYC IS DONE THROUGH A SEBI REGISTERED INTERMEDIARY {MUTUAL FUND, BROKER, DEPOSITORY, PARTICIPANTS, ETC.}, YOU NEED NOT UNDERGO THE SAME PROCESS AGAIN WHEN YOU APPROACH ANOTHER INTERMEDIARY