Limits for investment in debt and sale of Credit Default Swaps by Foreign Portfolio Investors

The Reserve Bank of India vide circular dated April 19, 2022 has revised the Investment Limits for the financial year (FY) 2022-23:

1) The limits for FPI investment in Government securities , State Development Loans and corporate bonds shall remain unchanged at 6%, 2% and 15% respectively.

2)Allocation of incremental changes in the G-sec limit in two sub-categories – ‘General’ and ‘Long-term’ , shall be retained at 50:50 ratio.

3)The increase in limits for State Development Loan (in absolute terms) has been added to the ‘General’ sub-category.

4)The revised limits (in absolute terms) for the different categories, are specified in the Table-1 of the notification. For detailed information please refer to the link provided.

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