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Pramerica Asset Managers set to buy out Deutsche AMC for Rs400 crore
out Deutsche Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd, a money manager with 10 times the asset size of Pramerica, according to two people close to the development. Pramerica will pay Rs.400 crore to take over the assets under management of Deutsche Asset.

PRECap VI raises $1.29 bln - PE Hub (subscription) (blog)
PGIM Real Estate raises more than £1bn for European debt fund IP Real Estate.

DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance net up 21% at Rs 61 cr in FY17 - Moneycontrol.com
The asset under management (AUM) increased by 31 percent to Rs 2,707 crore, from Rs 2,072 crore. DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance is a joint-venture between between DHFL Investments Ltd and US based Prudential International Insurance Holdings Ltd&nbsp.

Analyst / Investor Meet – Intimation - Hindu Business Line
Pursuant to the applicable provisions of the Regulations, please find below the schedule of analysts / institutional investor meetings held on August 17, 2017 at Mumbai. ... August 17, 2017 DHFL Pramerica Asset Managers Pvt. Ltd. One-on-One Mumbai.

PGIM Real Estate Completes $159 Mil Purchase of Seoul Office Tower - Mingtiandi
In November last year Canadian investment shop Brookfield Asset Management beat out Stephen Schwarzman's Blackstone Group and Singapore's Ascendas by acquiring the International Finance Centre Seoul from AIG Global Real Estate for $2.7 billion. ... As.

Pramerica buys Deutsche Bank’s asset management business in India, Dewan Housing to float JV
Pramerica Asset Managers, the asset management business in India of Pramerica Investment Management ... the business had INR 20,720 crore (approximately US$3.2 billion) average assets under management. Pramerica Investment Management’s multi-manager.

Pick the ELSS mutual fund that suits your risk profile: Here's how - Economic Times
While the median portfolio market capitalisation (average market cap of a company a fund invests in) for ELSS funds is around Rs 36,000 crore, there are schemes with average portfolio market cap as high as Rs 87,500 crore and as low as Rs 13,000 crore.

Mutual Fund average AUM hits record high in April-June - Times of India
The new financial year (2017-18) has started on a positive note for the mutual fund (MF) industry with the average assets under management (AUM) increasing 6.8% quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q) or by Rs 1.24 lakh crore to a record Rs 19.52 lakh crore in the.

PP Investment Awards 2016 - The winners - Professional Pensions
The PP Investment Awards process is unique within the industry - with the shortlist being drawn up in association with Aon Hewitt, highlighting those asset managers who have demonstrated excellent performance and relative growth in assets under &nbsp.

Some mutual funds have changed fundamentally. Be aware and don't make a mistake - Economic Times
Some of these changes have been a direct outcome of the sharp rise in funds ' size, change in the fund manager or altered investing style. Others are a result of changes in some fundamental attributes of a ... Today, there are nine equity schemes with.

Fund houses that rode the boom - Business Standard (press release) (registration) (blog)
Around 15 of the 42 asset management companies (AMCs) managed to grow at a faster clip. Among the top 15 fund houses, DSP BlackRock MF (AUM rose 62 per cent in 2016-17), Kotak Mahindra MF (57 per cent), Axis MF (53 per cent) and L&T MF (51 per&nbsp.

Markets are more like a highway than a mountain: Suresh Soni, CEO, DHFL Pramerica Mutual Fund - Business Today
The industry's assets under management (AUM) had crossed Rs 10 lakh crore for the first time in May 2014, and within a short span of three years, the AUM size has doubled. The growth has been impressive, but what is most satisfying is that the growth.

Midcaps too expensive, prefer largecaps now: Akash Singhania, DHFL Pramerica Asset Managers - Economic Times
In a chat with ET Now, Akash Singhania, Dy CIO (Equities), DHFL Pramerica Asset Managers Pvt. Ltd, says on a medium to long term basis, with an earnings growth of around 12% CAGR for the next few years, Indian markets could deliver a return of 12-15%&nbsp.