Laying the foundations

Regulation Update

The liberalisation of regulations concerning derivatives and structured products in India has proceeded at a moderate pace. Regulators have refused to bow to market pressure to relax their rules, and have instead implemented austere measures that they hope will protect investors and act as a tool to enhance market competition. Some market participants regard the process as overly protracted, while others accept that such caution is not always a bad thing.

The structured products market in India

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