Securities and exchange board of india
India stock exchanges are predicting strong growth in the market for listed derivatives. With algo traders driving volume growth, can current infrastructure cope with the increased requirements?
Sebi tries to exert greater control over foreign investment by tightening rules governing P-note issuance and streamlining foreign investor approval process
Launch of exchange-traded interest rate futures offers hedging alternatives
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Indian regulators try an under-the-radar approach to launching a domestic interest rate futures market
Sebi bans the newly formed local hedge fund industry from forex and commodity derivatives to curb speculation in these markets.
An increasing appetite for electronic trading by domestic Indian firms is being stymied by issues over market structure and regulatory climate
Under a watchful eye
A penchant for protection
Panel discussion focuses on the need to control fast-growing financial sector, and learn from regulatory conflicts in US and Europe
A panel of experts at the Risk India conference in Mumbai believes the ETF market is set for growth in India, but expressed concern about synthetic products
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India's fifth commodities bourse - ACE Derivatives and Commodity Exchange - will struggle to compete with market leading platforms, say experts
Aggregate daily volumes for futures in three new currency pairs – euro/rupee, sterling/rupee and yen/rupee – traded on the MCX Stock Exchange in Mumbai have exceeded an aggregate $1 billion per day....
MUMBAI & PARIS – The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has banned Société Générale (SG), one of France’s largest banks, from trading in offshore derivatives in India. In an order...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.