SEBI withdraws PAN-Aadhar Linking Mandate for Mutual Fund Investors

If a KYC-registered investor wishes to invest in a new fund, they must complete the KYC process again
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In a significant relief for millions of mutual fund investors, SEBI has relaxed KYC rules. Under the new regulation, investors can invest in mutual funds even if their Aadhaar card and PAN card are not linked. This change, announced in a circular dated May 14, overturns the rule implemented on April 1, which had put…

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