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Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) In India

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) In India:

The Union Government allowed Foreign Institutional Investors to enter both the primary and secondary markets in India under liberalized policy resume. The large inflow and outflow of capital by FIIs affect the sensex movements. A certain degree of front running by the traders in anticipation of FIIs demand also determines the market direction.

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FIIs have to appoint an agency as consolidation to deal in the securities and reporting. Accounts have to be maintained on daily basis. Semi model reports should be submitted by the custodian to SEBI and RBI. SEBI can conduct direct inspections on the accounting books of a registered FII. A Foreign Institutional Investor is permitted to appoint more than one domestic custodian with prior approval of the Board but only one custodian may be appointed for a single sub-account of FIIs.

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