In Brief: Angel Broking offers UPI AutoPay for mutual funds

In Brief: Angel Broking offers UPI AutoPay for mutual funds
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5 Nov, 2020

Mumbai-based Angel Broking has received approval from the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to offer the UPI AutoPay option for mutual funds products on its platform. UPI AutoPay enables clients to automate recurring payments. The feature looks to simplify the payment process, while cutting down the e-mandate authentication time and registration costs, a statement said. The move is likely to benefit SIP customers. 

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