PMS firms woo clients as a hike in investment threshold looms
Portfolio Management Service (PMS) firms are going all out to pull in clients before the new year when the minimum investment threshold is expected to double. Currently, an investor must put up at least Rs 25 lakh to be eligible for PMS schemes, which mostly cater to the rich, to accept at least Rs 25 lakh from an investor. This is expected to go up to Rs 50 lakh from January 1.
PMS firms fear the new minimum investment requirements could make it tougher for them to attract investors in challenging market conditions. “It is important to acquire new clients as many investors start small and increase their commitments once they are comfortable with the portfolio manager,” says Amit Doshi, investment director, CARE PMS.
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