Anil Ghelani at DSP Mutual Funds in India discusses SEBI’s new proposals for Index Funds and ETFs on ETF TV

Press Release London June 14, 2022, Anil Ghelani, CFA, Head Passive Investments & Products DSP Mutual Funds in India discusses the Securities and Exchange Board of India SEBI’s proposals for Index Funds and ETFs on ETF TV with Margareta Hricova and Deborah Fuhr on ETF TV. PressPlay   SEBI the market regulator in India published a Circular on Development of Passive Funds i.e. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Index Funds The regulator wants to improve liquidity for ETFs and make passive funds more efficient in tracking underlying indices, create a framework to encourage more fixed income ETFs and to increase retail investors' interest in Index Funds and ETFs.   The first ETF, the NiftyBeeS was listed in India in 2001as of the end of April 2022, the Indian ETF industry had grown to 136 ETFs, with assets of US$54 Bn, from 19 providers listed on 2 exchanges according to ETFGI’s research.   ETF TV your insight into the world of exchange-traded funds, issuers and investment. Register to receive updates and watch prior episodes at MP4   ETF TV News is sponsored by Syntax Advisors  Syntax Advisors offers a family of Syntax Stratified ETFs that aim to deliver a diversified return by providing investors with rules-based exposure to business risks.   Please email Press Releases to    Disclaimer: ETF TV is a news update and is intended for informational purposes only. ETF TV does not provide investment advice nor recommend products.

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