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INDIA - India's government has presented proposals in parliament that seek to give statutory power to the country's pension regulator, while omitting any mention of allowing foreign investment in the provision of old-age income.
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INDIA - Goldman Sachs Asset Management has acquired India's largest ETF provider Benchmark Asset Management and announced plans to bring actively managed funds onshore.
ASIA - Allianz Global Investors has signaled further expansion into Asia's pension market as a key medium-term objective.
INDIA - A new scheme catering for workers in India's unorganised sector is looking for micro-finance loan providers to help members make their first contributions.
INDIA - Canadian, European pension funds may invest in road projects in India attracted by the higher yields than the U.S. after the nation lifted the cap on foreign investment in bonds to lure capital for infrastructure projects.
INDIA/CANADA - The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has made its first investment in an India-focused private equity fund.
INDIA/US - Indian investment bank Religare Enterprises has announced a US$1bn commitment to make "strategic investments" in asset management businesses worldwide and has started by acquiring a stake in a US private equity firm.
Joseph Mariathasan explains how following a series of delays, India is set to launch its National Pension Scheme
GLOBAL - The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) today voted to not move forward with plans to eliminate the use of government bonds to determine discount rates.
INDIA - The board of the Pension Regulatory Fund Development Authority (PFRDA) yesterday approved a proposal to manage companies' pension pots, said executive director Rani Nair.
INDIA - India's pension market is poised to grow 39% year over year to 2013, according the Indian Pension Fund Market Forecast 2013.
INDIA - The launch of the Indian national New Pension Scheme (NPS) has been set for May 1 following concerns about the ability to inform prospective members in time.
India - The public launch of the New Pension Scheme has been delayed because of impending elections.
INDIA- Franklin Templeton Investments has restructured its management team in its Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA) and India divisions.
INDIA - India's New Pension System (NPS), to be opened to the public on 1 April 2009, has set out its proposed investment policy and member options for the first time.
INDIA - Employees of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) are to stage a mass casual leave at the beginning of December, calling for restoration of pension arrangements for retired employees.
INDIA - As many as 25,000 employees of India's central bank plan to strike for a day on 21 October for a higher pension, the United Forum of Reserve Bank Officers and Employees' Association said.
Hui-chen Chou looks at the impact India's New Pension System, which may soon announce it will open the door to foreign managers, will have on the country's economy and retirement landscape
INDIA - Most Indian companies do not offer adequate corporate retirement programmes for their workforce, a study by Mercer has revealed.
INDIA - Pension funds from around the world are now eyeing up investments in India due to fading interest in Europe and the US, according to industry experts.
INDIA - More than 15 of the world's top 20 global pension funds are making investments in India, according to Watson Wyatt.
INDIA - India's New Pension Scheme (NPS) will initially allow members just two investment options - government securities alone or a 15/85% split between equities and fixed income.