HDFC Mutual Fund, the country’s second-largest money manager, has joined the list of probable asset management companies (AMCs) waiting to go public. The AMC has begun preliminary discussions to list itself on the bourses but is yet to arrive at a time frame or appoint merchant bankers for the share sale, said two people familiar with the matter. HDFC MF began operating as an AMC in July 2000 and is sponsored by the Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) and Standard Life Investments.
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