06 Sep 2018

The genesis of Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) can be traced to SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investors) Regulations, 2014 (FPI Regulations). FPI Regulations consolidated the investments of foreigners in Indian Capital Market which was till then scattered under Foreign Institutional Investors and Qualified Foreign Investor route. The object clause of the FPI Regulations state that it is to put in place a framework for registration and procedures with regard to foreign investors who propose to make portfolio investment in India.>>

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21 Feb 2018

SEBI modified Foreign Portfolio Investment Norms

The SEBI, the capital market regulator in India had simplified and combined all portfolio investments under a common regulation in the year 2014 and collectively named them as Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI). In terms of USD, net investments by FPI during 2016-17 both including in equity and debt was at USD 7,177 million demonstrating deep interest of foreign investors in Indian Capital Market.>>

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06 Feb 2018

Consultation Paper issued by SEBI, proposing to bring Amendments to the SEBI (Investment Advisers) Regulations, 2013

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has issued a consultation paper on January 02, 2018 as a precursor, before introducing amendments to SEBI (Investment Advisers) Regulations, 2013. The primarily it intends to address the issue of “conflict of interest” while “advising” on investment products and simultaneously “selling” of investment products.>>

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