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Monetary Policy: Tighter Investment Restrictions For FPIs

Published on Mon, Feb 09,2015 | 14:14, Updated at Mon, Feb 09 at 14:33Source : 

On 3 February 2015, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) delivered the RBI’s bi-monthly policy statement laying out the important policy decisions that the RBI is expected to take in the next two months (Policy Statement). While the Policy Statement was forward looking and sought to encourage foreign investment in many aspects, it has also adopted a cautious approach toward foreign portfolio investment (FPI) in corporate debt by imposing certain additional conditions on this investment avenue. The Policy Statement was followed by circulars issued by RBI and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) which have implemented the changes proposed in the Policy Statement with immediate effect (Circulars).

In this Newsflash, Khaitan & Co. has given a brief overview of the restrictions imposed by the Circulars.

Attachments : TighterInvRestonFPIInvKCOERGONewsflash.pdf

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