Company Profile

Nippon Life India Asset Management Limited (NAM India) is the asset manager of Nippon India Mutual Fund (NIMF). Reliance Capital Limited and Nippon Life Insurance Company are the promoters of NAM India and currently hold 75.93% of its total issued and paid-up equity share capital. Equity Shares of NAM India are listed on BSE Limited and National Stock Exchange of India Limited.

Nippon Life Insurance Company (“NLI”) is a Japan’s leading private life insurer and offers a wide range of financial products, including individual and group life and annuity policies through various distribution channels, mainly using face-to-face sales channels for its traditional insurance products. It primarily operates in Japan, North America, Europe and Asia, and is headquartered in Osaka, Japan. NLI conducts asset management operations in Asia, through its subsidiary Nissay Asset Management Corporation (“Nissay”), which manages assets globally.

Reliance Capital Limited is one of India’s leading and fastest growing RBI registered Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) and has its business interests in Asset Management, Life Insurance, General Insurance, Private Equity, Proprietary Investments, Stock Broking, & other activities in the Financial Services Sector.

We have earned the trust of thousands of high net-worth individual / institutional investors and created a family that is constantly growing.

Nippon India PMS has been registered as a Portfolio Manager vide SEBI Registration Number PM/INP000000423. Under this license, Nippon India Portfolio Management (Nippon India PMS) is permitted to manage portfolios of its clients in terms of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Portfolio Managers) Regulations, 1993. Nippon India Portfolio Management (Nippon India PMS) renders discretionary portfolio management and advisory services to its domestic and offshore clients.

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