Central bank aims to encourage lenders to free up capital; avoid adding to $24.28bn in liquidity already parked with it by lenders.
SEBI has already signed 22 MoUs with other regulators; sent 44 assistance request to other jurisdictions in 2015/16.
Bank to issue USD- and INR-denominated Basel III-compliant perpetual debt.
Consultant employed to work on earlier version of rules mistakenly applied more advanced requirements.
Businesses will need to adjust to platform limits; limits also placed on individual borrowing.
Central bank has closed 15 lenders so far this year; aiming to strengthen local banks as presence of foreign institutions expands.
EU, Australia, Japan and HK deferments could be followed by US and Japan; call variation margining plans into question.
Steps aim to improve liquidity and boost corporate bond markets.
Report suggests improvements to macro-prudential framework and supervision of non-banking finance companies.
Rule making it easier for non-banks with quasi-banking functions to borrow offshore takes effect on 15 September.