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Kalpen Parekh takes over as President of DSP BlackRock
DSP BlackRock announced that S Naganath, President and CIO has decided to leave the firm to pursue other opportunities. Kalpen Parekh, Joint President, takes over as President with immediate effect. Anup Maheshwari, Head – Equities, takes over as Chief Investment Officer – Equities and Pankaj Sharma, Head – Fixed Income, takes over as Chief Investment Officer – Fixed Income. Meanwhile, Ramamoorthy Rajagopal, Chief Administrative Officer has taken over as Chief Operating Officer. Aditi Kothari Desai continues to head Sales, Marketing and e-Business.
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Should see double digit earnings growth in FY18 and FY19: Reliance MF
A correction is expected in over-hyped mid and small-cap stocks, said Sunil Singhania, chief investment officer-equity, Reliance Mutual Fund. In an interview with Nishanth Vasudevan, Singhania said he is hopeful of corporate earnings seeing double-digit growth in FY18 and FY19

5 things to remember while investing in smallcap funds: DSP BlackRock
It is important for investors to keep in mind that even within equities, the risk and return profile changes in line with the size of the company (as defined by way of its market capitalization).

Time to buy on arithmetic, not optimism: ICICI Pru
When it comes to creating long-term wealth, nothing beats asset allocation. Though this topic is often discussed, Indian investors tend to lean heavily towards traditional investment options when it comes to making investment choices. Equities are hardly a point of consideration, given the fear of losing money in the market.

Betting on two themes this year: Sunil Subramaniam, Sundaram Mutual
In a chat with ET Now, Sunil Subramaniam, CEO, Sundaram Mutual, says consumer staples to lead recovery in second half and that he remains bullish on banking space as the consumption boom is going to be driven by low interest rates

Don't panic, market is well valued: Leo Puri, UTI MF
Talking to ET Now, Leo Puri, MD, UTI Asset Management, says one size does not fit all. If you have holding capacity and a high risk appetite, it is the right time to not only hold but also to keep investing given the fundamentals and liquidity.

SIPs should be the primary vehicle for small investors: Chandresh Nigam, Axis MF
The industry always strives to make mutual funds operationally convenient for retail investors, Chandresh Nigam tells ET Wealth.

Birla Sun Life MF expects equities to return 18% this fiscal
Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund expects the equity market to deliver a return of 18 per cent in this financial year compared to 6 per cent logged in FY17 with substantial rise in earning per share (EPS) of corporates listed on the exchanges. Mahesh R Patil, co-Chief Investment Officer, Birla Sun Life MF said expectations of a pick-up in demand across sectors and increase in capacity utilisation on the back of banks cutting lending rates should boost companies’ profits and help them post better EPS.

Underweight on IT and pharma: Harish Krishnan, Kotak MF
In a chat with ET Now, Harish Krishnan, Senior VP & Fund Manager - Equity, Kotak MF, says playing primarily through autos, cement, capital goods and through large private corporate banks

HDFC Monthly Market Review : April 2017

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