The Reserve Bank of India will increase the foreign investment limit in central government securities to 5 percent of the outstanding stock by March 2018, including for foreign investors.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has reportedly issued final norms for traders of commodity derivatives exchanges.
Merger is aimed at streamlining regulations and curbing speculation in the commodities market.
The Finance Ministry has decided to exempt foreign companies from paying the Minimum Alternate Tax if they do not have a permanent establishment in India, in a bid to boost investor confidence.
The Securities Exchange Board of India intends to begin talking to global fund managers about investing foreign pension money in India.
BSE told brokers that it will seek approval from SEBI to launch a commodity segment.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India is considering tightening regulations relating to risk management for agricultural commodities derivatives.
SBI and ICICI bank get permanent seat at the joint lenders forum for distressed assets.
Plan to implement a mechanism for prompt and proper disclosures of changes to credit ratings of listed firms, in a bid to safeguard investor interests.
India’s government and various regulators are consulting the public on newly proposed recommendations by a high-level government committee to curb misselling of financial products.
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