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What Are The Rules For Foreign Companies to Participate in Local Securities Trad

Release time:2024-03-05  Click:
India was open to offshore institutional investors (FIi) in 1992, allowing foreign companies or individual investors to register as foreign institutional Investors (FIi) Investors investment in a single stock is capped at 24% of the total circulation
       India was open to offshore institutional investors (FIi) in 1992, allowing foreign companies or individual investors to register as foreign institutional Investors (FIi). Investors ' investment in a single stock is capped at 24% of the total circulation of the stock, but if the investor is approved by the management of the stock issuing company, a maximum of 49% of the total circulation can be purchased. At the same time, Indian companies can also use instruments such as global depository Receipts (GDR), American Depository Receipts (ADR), and foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCB) to finance international markets. ADRs and GDRs have bidirectional replaceable, that is, foreign institutional investors or domestic investors of companies that issue ADRs and GDRs are free to convert ADRs and GDRs into base domestic stocks, and vice versa.