A new regulation by Sebi may affect foreign investors in India. Find out how and why
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) are entities that invest in Indian securities such as stocks, bonds, and derivatives. They are an important source of capital for the Indian economy.
SEBI has asked FPIs to provide detailed information on their beneficial ownership, which is the ultimate owner or controller of the funds. This is to prevent money laundering, tax evasion, and market manipulation.
The new norms will enhance transparency, accountability, and governance in the Indian capital market. It will also help Sebi to monitor and regulate FPIs more effectively and protect the interests of investors.
The new regulation by Sebi is aimed at improving the transparency and accountability of foreign investors in India. It may have some challenges and costs for FPIs, but it will also benefit the Indian capital market and the investors.