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SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investors) Regulations, 2014
SEBI has notified the SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investors) Regulations 2014 (FPI Regulations) to come into effect from 7 January 2014. Provide a brief snapshot of the objective of the FPI Regulations, besides also indicating that FPI Regulations when notified, the FII Regulations and the QFI related SEBI Circulars will stand rescinded. Also, how the FII/SA holding valid certificate of registration shall automatically be deemed to be FPIs under the FPI Regulations. Please refer the relevant para in the Regulations to bring out the relevant provision here.
The key features of the FPI Regulations are as below -
Some of the conditions for registration as a FPI are -
Following are the three categories under which an FPI may seek registration -
|Category I||Category II||Category III)|
|Types of Entities - Please use the verbiage as stated in the Regulations.||Govt and Govt related entities e.g. Foreign Central banks, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Multilateral Organizations etc.||Regulated Entities e.g.|
Broad Based Fund
Banks, Asset Mgt Co, Mutual Funds, Investment Trusts, Insurance and reinsurance companies, University Funds, Pension Funds and University related endowments registered with SEBI.
|All other entities not classified in the other two categories such as Endowments, Charitable societies, Charitable Trusts, Foundations, Corporate Bodies, Trusts, Individuals, Family Offices.|
A FPI can invest only in the following securities namely -
Issuance of Certificate by DDP will be done within 30 days .
Registration by SEBI has been done away with for FIIs including their sub-accounts, if any. Generally, it is expected that a DDP will register FPI within 30 days from receipt of application for registration, complete in all respects. In the event of any grievance for seeking registration, the FPI may approach SEBI for appropriate instructions.
Category I and category II FPIs (except for unregulated broad based funds) can issue, subscribe to or otherwise deal in offshore derivative instruments (ODIs), directly or indirectly subject to the following conditions:
FPI is required to ensure that further issue or transfer of any ODIs issued by or on behalf of it is made only to persons who are regulated by an appropriate foreign regulatory authority
ODIs issued under FII Regulations are deemed to have been issued under the corresponding provision of these regulations
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