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5 things about India’s pension fund investing in the stock market
The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO), the entity that manages the country’s pension fund started investing in the stock market for the first time.
#1 The provident fund body plans to invest Rs.5,000 crore this fiscal year. The EPFO management has decided to only invest 5 per cent of its incremental deposits in stock market.
#2 EPFO has Rs.8.5 lakh crore under its management, most of it invested in government bonds. It has a base of around 6 crore subscribers.
#3 EPFO funds will be invested through SBI Nifty exchange-traded fund (ETF) and SBI Sensex ETF managed by SBI Mutual Fund. An ETF comprises a basket of stocks and it trades on an exchange like a stock and tracks an index.
#5 Australia (51%), Canada (41%), Japan (33%), the US (44%), the UK (44%), the Netherlands (30%) and Switzerland (29%)—are investing a sizeable portion of their pension funds in the equity market.
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