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Indian insurers have lagged some way behind their western counterparts in their ability to manage equity risk. Despite the existence of a relatively deep and well-functioning local equity derivatives market, current regulations prevent Indian insurers from using these products, a situation that has caused irritation to insurance companies that have expanded their equity exposure during the past few years.

The conservative regulatory stance is not wholly surprising given some of the negative

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