SEBI to tighten liquid norms
Jan 22 2019
News Category: Regulatory Updates
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According to media reports, Securities and Exchange Board of India is concentrating on tightening liquid fund norms following the disastrous IL&FS episode. The market regulator is said to be considering the launch of marked-to-market valuation for debt securities. As such, the volatility of liquid funds could increase in the future.

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