October 14, 2020

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My sister recently posted a simple but heartfelt update on LinkedIn, not expecting much from it. In it, she talks about how she decided to change her LinkedIn profile picture from standard professional headshot to a more casual , indicating that she was working from home and looking more “personal” these days.

She described how her new photo is less conventionally “professional” but more in line with the reality of today — working from home, not dressing in so-called attire often and generally blending our personal and professional lives in new ways. She shared some casual observations and a bit of vulnerability about her own work situation in these strange times, and it went viral! She even got featured on

Regulator on Tuesday asked companies not to impose a waiting period of 15 days on renewal of Corona Kavach or Corona Rakshak policies by insured persons.

As per the guidelines issued by the Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), the short-term Corona Kavach or Corona Rakshak policies are issued by companies for three-and-a-half months, six-and-a-half months or nine-and-a-half-months.

These policies are designed to cover the cost of treatment of

In a circular, further said insurers also have the choice to allow renewal, migration and portability for these Covid specific standard health products — Corona Rakshak Policy, Corona Kavach Policy and Group Corona Kavach policy.

“Corona Kavach’ and ‘Corona Rakshak’ policies of any tenure may be renewed for further terms of three-and-a-half months (3 months), six-and-a-half months (6 months) or nine-and-a-half

Join our experts Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen as they take you through the ins and outs of the SBA’s 1-page PPP forgiveness application for loans.

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The Small Business Administration (SBA) has released a simple 1-page forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) borrowers who obtained loans of $50,000 or less. The new application removes calculations required on prior forms and simplifies documentation requirements.

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  • How documentation requirements have changed

Mutual fund (MF) managers were seen pruning their holdings in blue-chip banking names during September. State Bank of India (SBI), ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, and Kotak Mahindra Bank are among the stocks that saw maximum selling. The selling by MFs weighed on the performance of these stocks as the Bank Nifty index dropped 10 per cent in September. However, from the September lows, the banking index has jumped 15 per cent, mainly led by overseas investor buying. Other blue-chip names that have emerged in the most-sold list include Hindustan Unilever, Infosys, Larsen & Toubro, and Reliance Industries.

The most-bought list is dominated by companies that are expected to benefit from a revival in economic activity and consumer spending. Some of the stocks that fancied include Maruti Suzuki, Zydus Wellness, Avenue Supermarts, and Tata Consumer Products. Bharti Airtel saw the maximum buying by MFs amid