Brokers, institutional investors and eligible foreign investors can hold gross open positions in rupee futures and options contracts up to $1bn or 15% of total open interest, whichever is higher.
The Metropolitan Stock Exchange has become the first Indian exchange to receive SEBI's approval to launch weekly interest rate futures contracts.
Any member of the promoter group would be deemed a related party regardless of shareholding. Any shareholder with more than 20% of a listed company's shares would also be deemed a related party.
BSE India is using the ICE Brent Index as the final settlement price for its new rupee-denominated Brent futures contract, which launched on Tuesday.
Clearing corporations are asked to categories commodity derivatives as low, medium and high risk, and to set new IM and MPOR floors.
SEBI is working on a 'data lake' project that will use AI, machine learning and NLP tech to analyse unstructured data and augment market surveillance.
The move will help address demands concerns from overseas participants for the availability of better tools to hedge India exposures.
Under the new format, listed companies need to disclose deviations in the use of debt issuance proceeds from the objects stated in their offer documents.
The rules include higher net worth requirements, caps on advice fees, and client level segregation of investment advice from product distribution.
Large urban cooperative banks have to report exposures over 50mn rupees to a central repository within one month from the end of each quarter.