KARVY, CAMS, FTAMIL and SBFS have individually provided great convenience to investors by allowing them to see a consolidated view of their holdings within the verticals of their respective serviced Funds. Such statements are sent via Mailback, and are well established and accepted by the stakeholder community.

Investors can now request for a Consolidated Account Statement across his entire holdings in KARVY, CAMS, FTAMIL and SBFS serviced Mutual Funds. Since there exist other Funds that are not serviced by either KARVY or CAMS or FTAMIL or SBFS, this will not be an industry consolidation, but it will certainly be a massive step forward for investors. If you have registered an email address in your folios across Funds serviced by KARVY, CAMS, FTAMIL and SBFS, you can use this to obtain a consolidated PDF Account Statement at your registered email address.

Note: Due to service issues at CAMS RTA , CAS service is temporarily suspended for CAMS serviced Funds alone. Service will be resumed once CAMS RTA resolve the issue.
Till then you will continue to get CAS for the rest of the RTAs serviced funds.

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