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Of Participation of Foreign Entities in Commodity Derivatives

On May 18, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) released a consultation paper to propose the idea of allowing foreign entities to participate in the commodity derivatives market through an appropriate regulatory mechanism. Although the proposal is open to public comments only now, the same has been deliberated upon previously by the regulator, when it constituted a Commodity Derivatives Advisory Committee. The Committee recommended opening the commodity derivatives market in a phased manner, starting from Category III Alternative Investment Funds, portfolio management services, mutual funds, and foreign investors having exposure to commodities to banks, insurance companies

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The Indian Review of Corporate and Commercial Laws (IRCCL) is offering students and practitioners a unique opportunity to write on issues relating to corporate law, dispute resolution, trade law, taxation, competition law, and insolvency law. This is the second venture of the founder-editors, following the success of their first corporate law blog which is now part of a number of publications released by National Law Institute University, Bhopal. The About section of IRCCL provides the submission guidelines that should be complied with by the authors. Once the review committee receives the article, it shall forthwith commence the review process and revert within a period of 4-5 working days.


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