The Association of Mutual Funds in India has issued new guidelines on how fund managers should write down debt and take haircuts for sub-investment grade securities.
Three brokerages facing market bans had asked for a temporary stay to close out open futures and options positions.
The RBI has fined prepaid payment instrument issuers, two US money transfer firms and Yes Bank for non-compliance with regulatory guidelines.
The RBI has been ordered by the India's highest court to disclose its annual banking inspection report, which contains sensitive commercial information of banks.
NSE will also be prohibited from issuing an IPO and launching new derivatives products for six months. Two former managing directors also found to be guilty.
The RBI has extended the 2% cap on foreign investment in state development loans to also be allocated to municipal bonds.
SEBI slashes minimum net worth requirements for clearing corporations operating in India's international financial services centre from 3 billion to 1 billion rupees.
The National Stock Exchange of India has raised trading margins required for stock futures and options by up to 300%, depending on market wide position limits.
Participants in government securities, money markets and non-derivative forex markets will have until the end of this year to obtain LEIs.
The regulator has reduced the minimum subscription size and introduced defined trading lots for real estate and infrastructure investment trusts in India.