India – SEBI FPI Government Limits

India – SEBI FPI Government Limits

On 12 April, SEBI updated FPIs investment limit in government debt.

  • A sub-limit for investment by long term foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in the
    infrastructure sector was created within corporate debt investment limit (CDIL).

Revised Limits

  • Decided to revise the CDIL and the limit for investment by FPIs in Government
    Securities and State development loans, for the year 2018-19.
  • Limit for FPIs in Central Government securities will be enhanced to INR 207,300
    on 12 April 2018 and INR 223,300 on 1 October 2018 respectively up from existing.
  • Limit for long term FPIs sovereign wealth funds, multilateral agency, endowment
    Funds, etc enhanced to INR 78,700 on 12 April 2018 and INR 92,300 on 1 October .
  • SDL-General to be enhanced to INR 34,800 cr on Apr. 12, 2018 and INR 38,100
    cr on 1 October 2018 respectively, SDL-Long Term to be revised to INR 7,100.
  • CDIL to be enhanced to INR 266,700 cr on 12 April, and INR 289,100cr on 1 October.