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SEBI forms a FPI advisory committee under the chairmanship of K V Subramanian

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The Capital and Commodities markets regulator, Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on 5 August 2022, has set up a committee, which will advise it on measures to facilitate ease of doing business by Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) in India.

Chairman of the Committee

The 15 member committee will be headed by former chief economic adviser to the Government of India K V Subramanian.

Term of reference of the committee 

  • The committee will suggest measures required to encourage FPI participation in the bond market.
  • It will suggest and advice on issues related to investments and operations of such investors in the Indian financial markets.
  • The panel will be required to recommend measures for simplification of FPI regulations and to advice on custodian-related matters pertaining to such foreign investors. 

What is Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI)?

  • Foreign Exchange Management act 1999(FEMA) which deals with Foreign exchange has defined Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI).
  • Foreign Portfolio Investment means any investment made by a person resident outside India in capital instruments where such investment is (a) less than 10 percent of the paid-up equity capital of a listed Indian company or (b) less than 10 percent of the paid up value of each series of capital instruments of a listed Indian company.
  • Unlisted Company means that the Capital instrument of the company is not listed on any stock exchange and it cannot be bought and sold in the market.
  • Capital Instrument means an instrument issued by a company to raise capital (money) from the market for business/investment purposes.  It includes both Shares (equity) or debenture or bonds. 

SEBI 

Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was set up on 12 April 1988 and it was given statutory status by the SEBI Act 1992 on 30 January 1992.

  • It comes under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
  • It is the regulator of the Capital market and Commodities market in India.
  • The first SEBI chairman was Dr. S A Dave (1988-90)
  • Madhabi Puri Buch is the current and 10th Chairperson of the SEBI.
  • Headquarters: Mumbai

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