About UTI Asset Management Company Ltd.(UTI AMC)
  • UTI AMC, India’s most trusted Wealth creators and always has the interest of its investors in its heart. UTI AMC has completed 50 years as India’s leading Financial service institution and was a sole vehicle of capital market investment for Indian Citizens till the early 90’s. The institution has shown great resilience and has grown from strength to strength overcoming economic turbulence and global turnarounds.
  • UTI has contributed immensely to industrial and capital growth in the Indian market. It has led transformative initiatives like developmental financial institutions, rural outreach programs and financial products and services.
  • UTI AMC has assets under management across different businesses which include domestic mutual fund, Portfolio Management Services, International business, Retirement Solutions, Venture Funds and Alternative Investment assets.  
  • UTI AMC is today a household name in India and has a wide portfolio to suit the varied needs of investors supported by industry-led best practices, long-term vision, and shareholder values. With 150 branches, 47,000 highly trained IFAs, 320 Chief Agents and Business Development Associates and over 1 crore investor accounts, UTI AMC is one of the leading financial institutions with a pan Indian presence. We are committed to continuing our legacy of delivering best in class services with a focus on social responsibility and nation-building.
Key People

Management team

  •  Mr. Imtaiyazur Rahman - Whole Time Director of UTI AMC Ltd.
  •  Mr. Vetri Subramaniam - Group President& Head-Equity
  •  Mr. Amandeep Chopra - Group President& Head-Fixed Income


Our Vision

To be the most preferred Mutual Fund

Our Mission
  • The most trusted and admired brand for all stakeholders
  • The most efficient wealth manager with a global presence
  • Deliver best-in-class customer service
  • The most preferred employers
  • Create innovative products that maximize ROI
  • Socially responsible corporation that focus on well-being of all

Unit Trust of India officially came in to being through a bill passed in parliament. The twin mandates of UTI was to mobilize retail savings and invest the same in the capital markets for small investors.

Also launched its first flagship scheme US-64 which was considered an essential investment for the Indian Middle Class.

Explosive growth continues with new schemes like Reinvestment plan and the first ever saving linked insurance plan, ULIP.

Rapid expansion of UTI continues with four offices in the metros, 4500 agents and sales exceeding 30 crores.

The Central Government takes stewardship of UTI and 50 percent of UTI’s initial capital was transferred to government owned IDBI banks.

Charismatic G.S Patel takes over as UTI Chairman. He pioneered several transformative projects like Monthly income plan targeted at retirees and women, Open-ended growth schemes and many more to usher in the golden period of growth

Delinking of UTI from RBI to stand on its own.

UTI emerges as one of India’s largest financial institutions with introduction of six open and close ended schemes, Rs.2000 crores of investible funds, 17 lakhs unit-holding accounts and 11 branch offices.


Pioneering open-ended fund for Charitable and Religious Trusts and Registered Societies.

Launched Capital Gains Unit Scheme for tax shelter from capital gains.

M.J Pherwani takes over as UTI chairman from G.S Patel

Launched project Pura to reach out to the rural markets. It used the Rural Marketing and Demonstration Centres of fertilizer companies to spread awareness. Hindustan Petroleum dealers were appointed as UTI agents along with Transport corporation of India and Indian Oil Corporation employees.

Launching of Children Gift Growth Fund and the pure-equity growth fund called Master share, India’s first Equity oriented scheme. Mutual Funds became the part of Indian Lexicon with Master share

India fund, the first offshore Indian fund targeted at NRI and PIOs is launched

Banking Regulation Act and Insurance Act allows commercial banks, LIC and GIC to set up mutual funds

India Growth Fund listed on the NYSE

UTI investment Advisory Services set up to supplement equity research

Dr. S.A. Dave takes of the reigns of UTI as Chairman

UTI Institute of Capital Markets, for capital market training and research institute  begins

UTI Investor Services set up as the institutionally sponsored registrar and Transfer Agency

UTI Securities Exchange Ltd India’s first corporate broking firm is launched

UTI Bank Ltd, first private sector bank set up under RBI guidelines

UTI co-promotes National Securities Depository Ltd

UTI launches, India Access Fund, fist off-shore India Index Fund, India Debt fund, India Information Technology Fund, India Public Sector Fund

G P Gupta Takes over as UTI Chairman

New chairman P.S. Subramanyam takes the reins of UTI

Age of Competition

M. Damodaran appointed as UTI Chairman

UTI Act repealed by GOI and UTI Mutual Fund merges as a new entity

UTI split in to SUUTI and UTI MF

R.H. Patil takes over the leadership of UTI

UTI MF sees accelerated growth with 55 offices and acquisitions like IL&FS and AXEL Portfolio management services

UK Sinha becomes the Chairman

Micro-Pension initiative is launched

UTI ties up with Shinsei Bank to launch offshore fund

Launch of transaction facilities with NSE

Leo Puri appointed as Managing Director of UTI AMC Ltd

UTI completes 50 glorious years as a leading financial service provider in India