CAMS participates at the ICC’s Regional Mutual Fund Conclave (2016) at Bhubaneswar

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Since the year 2012, concerted efforts had been taken to promote participation in Mutual funds from beyond the country’s top 15 cities. SEBI had introduced several measures to encourage investments and tap the potential of B15 as effective destinations for Mutual fund operations; four years later, it would appear that the regulator’s attempts have finally paid off; financial inclusion and awareness in India has risen to a substantial extent, with a steady rise in participation from investors based out of B15 cities.

CAMS as a professionally managed, institutionally owned, SEBI regulated entity has always been committed to the task of leveraging technology to add value to the operations of the BFSI sector. Also, it takes strategical efforts towards promoting investor awareness on the various services that it facilitates in the world of Mutual fund transactions – ranging from Aadhar-based eKYC to common OTM registrations.

ICC Mutual Fund Conclave 2016

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Motivated to reach out to investors in the B15 regions and promote meaningful Mutual Fund Conclaves in these cities, CAMS had extended its association to a first-of-its-kind Regional Conclave organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), in the city of Bhubaneswar. The event was a forerunner of sorts with deference to ICC’s Flagship Annual 10th Mutual Fund Summit 2017, to be held at Kolkata.

The Bhubaneswar conference, where CAMS had consented to be the esteemed Technology Partner, was held on 23 September 2016, at Hotel New Marrion. The event brought together top policy makers and industry leaders, for facilitating meaningful exchanges and addressing strategic concerns of the Mutual Fund Industry.

CAMS President & CEO honored as Special Guest

Mr. N.K Prasad, President & CEO, CAMS, graced the occasion as Special Guest at the Inaugural Session for ICC Mutual Fund Conclave.

The forum witnessed the coming together of industry veterans, thought-leaders and stakeholders from all over the country, enabling extensive discussions on issues of vital importance to the Mutual Fund industry. An interesting panel discussion titled “B-15 Cities-The new destination for Mutual Fund Industry”, was organized at the event. Digitization of Financial Services and its impact of increasing accessibility of Mutual funds to investors across the country was a key subject that was discussed. Dialogues were also conducted on GST and the effect it is to bear on Mutual funds as a service.

The Distinguished Guest List

Other eminent guests from the industry included-

Binod Kumar Sharma, AGM, SEBI

Vikas Rathie, Zonal Business Head-East, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd

Shibani Kurian, Senior Vice President, Equity Research Group, Kotak Mahindra AMC Ltd

Vikas Rathie, Zonal Business Head-East, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd

Chittaranjan Panda, AVP Regional Head, SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd

Narayan Venkat, Assistant Vice President, NSDL

The event saw a vibrant exchange of thoughts on various opportunities, challenges and trends to be expected in the coming days, ending on a high note of informed optimism that heralded exciting days for the Mutual fund industry.

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Computer Age Management Services (CAMS) is India’s premier Mutual Fund Transfer Agency serving over 62% of assets of the industry across 16 Mutual Funds. Leveraging superior technology, CAMS brings several innovative services to Mutual Fund investors and distributors. CAMS is also a service partner to leading Insurance Companies, Banks, NBFCs and Alternate Investment Funds. To know more visit http://www.camsonline.com

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