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China will guarantee safety, liquidity and value of FX reserves

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign exchange regulator said on Friday it will strengthen forex reserves management and guarantee safety, liquidity and the value of the country's forex reserves. Reuters, 2 months ago

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BSE gets Sebi nod to launch cross-currency derivatives

BSE today said regulator Sebi has given approval to the stock exchange to launch cross-currency derivatives and has also allowed trading in such contracts for a longer period between 9:00 AM and 7:30 PM.The exchange will introduce cross-currency derivatives ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

Sebi eases rules to get FPIs from more nations

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has further relaxed the rules governing the foreign portfolio investors (FPI) by expanding the eligible jurisdictions for registration by including countries with diplomatic tie-ups with India. Besides, the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago SEBI tightens shareholding norms for rating agencies, mutual funds  Sify1 month ago
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Foreign accountancy firms: Centre may consider setting up expert committee, says SC

A bench comprising Justices A K Goel and U U Lalit said the Centre could consider steps for effective enforcement of the provisions of the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) policy and the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) regulations.
 Money Control6 hours ago
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Lapses in banking system: Govt seeks RBI's views

In its letter, finance ministry has pointed to sections 35, 35A and 36 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, to highlight the powers and functions of the RBI as regulator The Union government has shot off a letter to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on the alleged Rs 11,400-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam, asking whether at any stage the banking regulator had detected the fraud, involving letters of undertaking (LoUs) issued to foreign branches of Indian banks on behalf of companies ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Dhaka SE approves China's bid; rejects India’s offer

Press Trust of India City: Dhaka Bangladesh has said it will sell a 25 per cent stake in the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) to a Chinese consortium, rejecting a rival bid from India's National Stock Exchange, Nasdaq of the US and others. Bangladesh's premier ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago

REITS, InvITs allowed to issue bonds via bourses

FC Bureau City: New Delhi In an effort to make REITS and InvITs more attractive to investors, markets regulator Sebi has notified relaxed rules that allow these trusts to raise funds by issuing debt securities. The relaxed norms apply to Real Estate ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

China takes over Anbang Insurer Group that owns Waldorf Astoria

[China], Feb 23 (ANI): China has taken control of Anbang Insurance Group, the company that owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel and other marquee properties around the world, and charged its former chairman with economic crimes, the Chinese government said on ...
 Sify5 hours ago
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Must Read: The Great Diamond Heist

'If there is any industry that is unfit for modern corporate form it is the diamond trade.''But no one was asking the right questions.''The music was playing and so the game was on,' says S Murlidharan, former managing director, BNP Paribas. The newspapers are full of stories of how billions vanished from the vaults of PNB. The carefully coiffed young ladies and gents of sundry financial television channels are frothily holding forth on this affair with more anger and indignation than facts ...
 Rediff.com19 hours ago
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Access norms for investment by FPIs eased

Overseas funds have been spooked by several policy measures taken by the government in the past few years The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has opened up the Indian capital markets to clients of global private banks, which can invest in stocks without having to go through registration or compliance requirements.   Until now, foreign banks were allowed to do propriety trades only. However, now they have been allowed to invest in domestic securities on behalf of their ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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