SEBI vide circular no. SEBI/HO/IMD/DF2/CIR/P/2016/37 dated February 25, 2016 has mandated Mutual Funds to provide on their website, the list of names and addresses of investors in whose folios there are unclaimed amounts (redemption / dividend). Further, Mutual Funds are also required to provide information on the process of claiming the unclaimed amount(s) and the necessary forms / documents required for the same.

Process for claiming unclaimed redemption / dividend amount

Unit holder(s) can now access information on any unclaimed redemption / dividend pertaining to their folios, with DHFL Pramerica Mutual Fund, which has not yet been encashed / credited to their account for various reasons.

How to know the Unclaimed Redemption / Dividend amount

Unit holder needs to enter either their PAN or folio number along with any one of the following details:

If the validation matches as per the records of Registrar and Transfer Agent, the Unit Holder will be able to see the details like, name of the unit holder, address, folio number, scheme name and unclaimed amount if unclaimed under the entered PAN/folio.Click here to ascertain your unclaimed redemption/dividend amount with us.

How to claim the Unclaimed Redemption / Dividend:

The Unit Holder needs to submit a letter (click here for draft letter) for claiming unclaimed redemption/ dividend amount either at any of DHFL Pramerica Mutual Fund or KARVY O.P.A (Refer the following link http://www.dhflpramericamf.com/reach-us for the list of AMC branches or KARVY O.P.A).

The letter should clearly mention the folio number, the scheme name. The signature on the letter should be as per the mode of holding in the folio and should match with the signature on records with DHFL Pramerica Mutual Fund.

The details provided by the unit holders will be verified with the records and fresh instruments will be issued / revalidation will be done for those cases which are unclaimed.

Kindly note that in case the payment instrument has been misplaced by the investor and / or there is a change in the bank mandate, the AMC reserves the right to request for additional documentation, as it may deem appropriate.