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Sebi relaxes guidelines for investment through non-FATF countries

Move to benefit investors from countries and regions like Mauritius, Cayman Islands who are eyeing Category-I licence

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FPI | Securities and Exchange Board of India | Financial markets

Ashley Coutinho  |  Mumbai 



The stidollar, FPI, foreign investmentmulus package announced by China and the optimism around the US-China trade agreement has further bolstered FPI sentiment towards emerging markets (EMs) as a whole

The (Sebi) has relaxed its guidelines for foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) seeking a Category-I licence, a move seen giving a boost to overseas investment in stocks.

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First Published: Thu, April 09 2020. 00:52 IST

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