Indian regulator wary of risks associated with synthetic ETFs

Mumbai, India: regulators cool on ETFs

The exchange-traded fund (ETF) market looks poised for rapid growth in India, but domestic regulators are worried about potential systemic risks posed by the instruments.

Speaking at the Risk India conference in Mumbai on June 20, Jagan Mohan, deputy general manager in the financial stability unit at the Reserve Bank of India, echoed concerns about ETFs that have been voiced by the Financial Stability Board, International Monetary Fund and Bank for International Settlements, which all raised

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