SEBI allows participation of FPIs in Exchange Traded Commodity Derivatives in India
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Circular No. SEBI/HO/MRD/MRD-RAC-1/P/CIR/2022/131, Dated: 29.09.2022
The SEBI has permitted foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to participate in Indian Exchange Traded Commodity Derivatives (ETCDs) through the FPI route. Accordingly, FPIs will be allowed to participate in cash-settled non-agricultural commodity derivative contracts and indices comprising such non-agricultural commodities. Further, FPIs desirous of participating in ETCDs shall be subject to risk management measures as may be applicable. The circular is made effective immediately.
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