Securities and Exchange Board of India

  • On 17th May, 2024, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) suggested allowing domestic mutual funds to invest in overseas funds with limited exposure to Indian securities.
  • Currently, SEBI registered mutual funds have various options for investing in overseas securities.
  • Overseas funds' exposure to Indian securities should not exceed 20% of their net ....
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