About UTI Asset Management Company Ltd.(UTI AMC)
Key Managerial Personnel
Unit Trust of India officially came in to being through a bill passed in parliament. The twin mandates of UTI was to mobilize retail savings and invest the same in the capital markets for small investors.
Also launched its first flagship scheme US-64 which was considered an essential investment for the Indian Middle Class.
First ever Unit Linked Insurance Plan (ULIP) launched
Launching of Children Gift Growth Fund and the pure-equity growth fund called Master share, India’s first Equity oriented scheme. Mutual Funds became the part of Indian Lexicon with Master share
India fund, the first offshore Indian fund targeted at NRI and PIOs is launched
Our Company was incorporated
UTI Mutual Fund was registered with SEBI under the SEBI Mutual Funds Regulations.
Approval for our Company to act as the asset management company to UTI Mutual Fund.
Acquisition of schemes of IL&FS mutual fund along with its AUM by UTI Mutual Fund.
Launch of Axel Portfolio Management Services
UTI International Singapore (Private) Limited was established as a joint venture
Our Subsidiary, UTI RSL, was incorporated with our Company as its sponsor.
UTI RSL was appointed as one of the pension fund managers by PFRDA.
Our Company was appointed as one of the two fund managers of the Postal Life Insurance corpus.
UTI Mutual Fund investor folios crossed 10 million.
Launch of our investor education initiative UTI Swatantra.
TRP became a Shareholder in our Company.
Incorporation of UTI Capital Private Limited
Launch of Alternate Investment Fund – UTI Structured Debt Opportunities Fund.
Launch of Digi-invest Campaign.
Our Company’s Mutual Fund Closing AUM was the highest on September 5, 2018 at Rs.1,766,463.2 million
UTI PMS appointed as one of the two Fund Managers of the EPFO corpus.
UTI Retirement Solutions Limited AUM crossed Rs. 1,000 billion.
Amongst all SEBI licensed AMCs and their subsidiaries in India, UTI AMC and its subsidiaries have the largest asset under management of Rs.7,674,657.90 million as of Sept 30, 2019 considering mutual funds (QAAUM), PMS (Month end AUM) and NPS (Month end AUM) assets. (as per CRISIL).