Oxus Fund Management

Oxus Fund Management (OFM) has been operational in India since September 1998 as a SEBI licensed portfolio manager and was one of the earliest to obtain the SEBI license. Oxus manages assets for both corporate clients and high net-worth individuals in domestic debt, equities and foreign currencies. Oxus combines its extensive macroeconomic experience with state of the art technical analysis tools and algorithms to give its clients a unique advantage.


Oxus Research

Oxus conducts frontier level research on emerging markets, with special focus on India. Our clients include government and academic institutions, international organizations, private equity firms, and advertising agencies. Our publications are in the form of academic papers, books, newsletters, and research reports eg Developing Trends. Topics covered include growth, inflation, exchange rates, stock market regulation, effectiveness and comparison of major central banks in the world, etc. These Oxus publications have had a discernible impact on policy discussions and have been quoted extensively in the media.


Developing Trends

It started at Deutsche Bank, NY in 1995, continued at Oxus 1998-2002, and 2011.  The latest avatar is in the form of original and cutting-edge research on  macro-economic issues and financial markets in Emerging Market Economies (EME).  While many such reports are available for the developed economies, specifically the US, not much emanates from and for the developing countries - the hotspot of financial action in the new century. Developing Trends is  a bold initiative that fills an  important void and aspires to create and foster an atmosphere of intelligent and in-depth debate that presently eludes most EME’s, especially India.



With a high-powered team, consisting of economists and analysts, and over 40 years of experience, Oxus provides its clients with a unique mixture of fund management and economic research. Oxus has one of the largest databases and uses cutting edge econometrics to help it uncover themes before they are evident to others.


India ranks 135 in Human Development Index
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:03:00 GMT
India's ranking in the Human Development Index (HDI) remained unchanged at 135 in 2013, reflecting little improvement in the living standard of its people.
India seeks more time for trade deal
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:40:54 GMT
India has said that it will not sign the protocol of the trade facilitation pact till there was tangible progress on the food security agenda of the developing countries.
Achche Din yet to reflect in companies? order books
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:06:58 GMT
Thermax, a Rs4,400-crore company, booked orders worth Rs662 crore in the June quarter, well below Rs2,123 crore a year ago.
56 proposals under Forest Act given clearance: Prakash Javadekar
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 10:43:37 GMT
"As on date, 55 projects for forest clearance and one project for environment clearance are pending from these states," Prakash Javadekar said.
Government may soon decide on FDI in Rail, Defence sectors
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 09:52:46 GMT
DIPP is awaiting final comments from the concerned ministries to put these proposals for consideration of the Union Cabinet.
Cabinet clears 49% FDI in insurance with Indian control
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:45:34 GMT
In budget speech, FM had said the insurance sector is investment starved and there is a need to increase the composite cap to 49%.
Hike in FDI cap to 49% in insurance, pension may bring $7bn inflows
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 05:39:48 GMT
The government is looking to push the Insurance Amendment Bill, to allow 49% foreign investment in the sector, during the current session of Parliament.
Foreign players lap up gilts; RBI hikes FPI limit by $5 billion
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 01:33:49 GMT
The minimum maturity clause is likely to aid trading volumes in other government securities, but there should be no sell-off since RBI has said that there is no lockin for the bonds purchased.
World Bank Group commits $ 18 billion loan to India in 3 years
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 23:35:17 GMT
?On the public side of operations we can provide India with between $15-18 billion, and on the private side of things, a minimum of $3.5 billion,?Kim said.
India will not back WTO protocol unless concerns addressed
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:01:10 GMT
India will not support a trade facilitiation protocol ahead of a July 31 deadline unless its concerns about subsidies are met, two senior government officials said.
Pakistan yet to grant MFN status to India: Government
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 10:34:51 GMT
Pakistan has decided to postpone grant of Non- Discriminatory Market Access (NDMA) status to India due to lack of consensus at home.
Conflicting signals coming from India's stand on WTO Agreement: Jake Colvin
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 08:47:46 GMT
Jake Colvin said any blocking of the global trade deal would undermine confidence of international trade community in the Modi Government.
Nitin Gadkari includes five roads under NH-13 in Arunachal": Parliamentary Secretary "Nitin Gadkari includes five roads under NH-13 in Arunachal: Parliamentary Secretary Alo Libang
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 10:41:20 GMT
Alo Libang said it would accelerate the road work in the land-locked Arunachal Pradesh having the lowest road density in the country.
Government to unveil bank of ready road projects: Nitin Gadkari
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:28:39 GMT
?We have decided that without 80% land acquisition, we will not float tenders for highways projects,? Nitin Gadkari said.
Builders rushing to complete delayed commercial projects
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 22:38:48 GMT
DLF and Mantri Developers, which was concentrating on residential real estate, are firming up plans to launch projects in commercial space.
India loses up to 2 million tons foodgrain production due to waterlogging
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 08:31:56 GMT
Government said up to two million tonnes of foodgrains production is lost every year due to the problem of waterlogging.
CCEA okays sale of 10 million tonnes of wheat in open market
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:18:17 GMT
A decision in this regard was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
To free up extra 10 million tonnes wheat in open market: Food minister Ram Vilas Paswan
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 05:50:17 GMT
Retail food inflation eased to 7.97% in June from 9.56 per cent in May after the government took steps to check hoardings.

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Welcome to Oxus
Oxus is the ancient name for Amu Dariya, a river originating in the lofty Pamir Plateau in Central Asia and weaving its way through Afghanistan and eventually into the large Aral Sea in Russia. Legend has it that when Alexander the Great was conquering the world, he arrived at the Oxus and thought that he had reached India. Appropriate therefore that Oxus should be a firm which helps discover Indian markets.