Investment Adviser’s Compliance – An organizational burden or a necessity for Outstanding Client Service?

  • Atrayee Sen
  • Jun 10 2020
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes 3 seconds

“Compliance is just a subset of “governance” and not the other way around.” – Pearl Zhu, Digitizing Boardroom: The Multifaceted Aspects of Digital Ready Boards To read or write something about Compliance, the first thing we must know What is Compliance! A compliance program is a set of internal policies and procedures of a company to comply with laws, rules, and regulations or to uphold the business reputation. Many times, companies can put additional rules to differentiate with competitors...


The age of rumour and negative information - Market Commentary

  • Satish Anand
  • May 26 2020
Estimated reading time: 14 minutes 20 seconds

Globally, News continues to be dominated by things about and related to Coronavirus.In this edition of the newsletter, we have covered:Important aspects of Health Insurance during COVID timesThe dynamics behind the negative oil price in the US on 21st AprilThe rights of a nominee with relation to assets of the deceased.India’s plan to create a manufacturing alternative to ChinaSteps taken by RBI to ensure liquidity in the Debt MarketsThe link to the April Newsletter is at the end of this article.Please...


Know your Risk Profile in and with 20/20 - Happy New Year 2020!

  • Anup Bansal
  • Dec 31 2019
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes 38 seconds

Another year is going by and we all are ready to welcome the New Year 2020. The start of the new decade will see Mitraz reaching and celebrating an important milestone – a decade long existence since 2010.The Year 2019 started with high expectations about market recovery which were further elevated after a bigger mandate for BJP in Lok Sabha Elections in May 2019. However, the euphoria was short-lived with budget dampeners, GDP falling to 4.5% during July – Sep quarter and high unemployment....


How to handle bad roads and traffic. Start Early!

  • Anup Bansal
  • Dec 31 2018
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 30 seconds

Sometime back when I was driving to work, I saw a car overtake me and speeding much beyond the prescribed limit. It seems the vehicle occupant was late for an appointment. Of course, as expected, he got stuck in traffic after some time and I pretty much caught up with him. I could not help but draw a comparison with investments. When someone starts late from home to go for an appointment, there is a tendency to drive fast. Similarly, when a person starts investing late, there is much more pressure...


We are all stories in the end, Just make it a good one!

  • Anup Bansal
  • Dec 8 2018
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 32 seconds

"Do Nothing Wrong and the Right Thing Will Happen"This is the headline from Chapter 6 of the book "the art of the good life" by Rolf Dobelli. I have taken an extract from this chapter as it is so relevant for prudent RISK MANAGEMENT."The downside is always more concrete than the upside. The downside is like granite - hard, tangible, solid. Whereas the upside is like air. Investors who have been successful in the long term, such as Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, work with mental tricks, tools,...


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