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FPIs take out $1 billion from capital markets in November

FPIs take out $1 billion from capital markets in November

Overseas investors have pulled out more than USD 1 billion from the Indian capital markets since the beginning of the month due to lacklustre quarterly earnings and concerns over a possible rate hike by the US Federal Reserve.

Govt accepts report on rationalising definitions of FDI, FII

Foreign direct investment is subject to sectoral caps.

Citi Securities registers as first FPI

Citi India Securities Services has become the first designated depository participant to register as the country's first foreign portfolio investor (FPI) under the newly-formed SEBI guidelines on this set of investors.

HSBC securities registers for new FPI scheme

HSBC Securities has registered for Foreign Portfolio Investor on the first day of implementation of the latest FPI regulations notified by SEBI.

Cap on FPI investment in defence would hit conglomerates: FICCI

According to the consolidated FDI policy circular effective from April 17, 2014, investment by foreign portfolio investor (FPIs) or FIIs (through portfolio investment) is not permitted in the segment.

Foreign funds with 'opaque' structures can't invest in India

FPIs have been divided into three categories as per their risk profiles.

Sebi sets foreign portfolio investor limit of 10% per firm

A foreign portfolio investor will be allowed to buy additional shares in a company only if its holding is less than 10 percent, according to norms for the new overseas investment regime that starts in June.

NRI cannot seek registration as FPI: Sebi

Market regulator Sebi has said a non-resident Indian (NRI) will not be allowed to seek registration as a foreign portfolio investor (FPI).

Indian capital markets to have 8,700 FPIs soon

As Indian markets gear up for a new Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) regime, the number of such investors is estimated to be around 8,700, higher than the total count of existing FIIs and their sub-accounts.

FPIs to get registration within 10 days; stake capped at 10%

Making it easier for overseas entities to invest in Indian markets, SEBI has proposed grant of registration to them within 10 days of application under the new Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) regime.