Several petitions received by courts challenging constitutional validity of RBI order barring banks from crypto dealings; next Supreme Court hearing scheduled for 20 July.
SEBI consults on allowing foreign entities with direct exposure to Indian commodities into the commodities derivatives markets; FPI’s will not be allowed.
NSE is seeking to prevent SGX from launching India equity derivative products in June; NSE previously terminated its data sharing agreement with SGX for its Nifty futures offering.
NSE can sell futures products to US investors without the later having to register separately as a futures merchant; CFTC approval hinges on information exchange on NSE transactions with SEBI.
The Indian central bank finalised its liquidity guidelines for banks requiring a 100% Net Stable Funding Ratio, in line with Basel III rules.
Designation will allow Indian exchange BSE to sell securities to US investors without needing to register them with the US SEC.
New committee to rationalise foreign investment rules and remove ambiguities and gaps in the FPI regime while keeping the broad framework intact.
Central bank imposes lending and hiring freeze on Dena Bank, a public sector bank that reported a four-fold increase in gross NPAs and negative ROA for the quarter ending March 2018.
The move will align trading hours of equity derivatives with commodity derivatives, effective 1 October, when individual Indian exchanges are also set to integrate stock and commodity trading.
Guidelines to take effect in June specify margin calculation methods, collection and enforcement norms, and method of calculation of trading and clearing members' liquid net worth, effective from June.
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