Foreign Portfolio Investors

Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI DESK)

Foreign Portfolio investor refers to Foreign Institutional investors (FIIs) or their sub-accounts or qualified foreign investors (QFIs) who are permitted to hold upto 10% stake in a company. FPI align to nomenclature of categorizing investments of foreign investors in line with international practice. FPI's generally participated through the stock markets and gets in and out of a particular stock at much faster frequencies.

We regularly hold conferences, plant visits, road shows and schedule corporate meeting for the benefit of our clients. Timely interpretation & impact of economic data is used beneficially by our clients. In the derivatives segment we were amongst the first to trade derivatives contracts in India on launch and are rated amongst the top by our clients. Establishing our leadership in the institutional space, we provide our clients access to advanced & efficient technology for trade execution - DMA, FIX, Co-Location facility, & customised Algos etc.

Our clients benefit from our local expertise, international perspective, and scale, while institutional investors can access our team of highly regarded equity & derivatives research analysts and top class execution capabilities. Our research team provides in-depth analysis and ongoing research coverage of over 160 companies in 14 sectors.

Instruments available for Investment

Asset Class Description
  • Shares, Debentures and Warrants, listed or to be listed (both Primary / Secondary)
  • Derivates traded on a recognized Stock Exchange
  • Units of domestic Mutual Fund Schemes, whether listed or not
  • Indian depository Receipts (IDRs)
  • Other instruments as permitted from time to time
  • Equity
  • Interest Rate
  • Currency
  • Dated Government Securities
  • Commercial Papers issued by an Indian Company
  • Rupee denominated Credit Enhanced Bonds
  • Security Receipts issued by Asset Reconstruction Companies
  • Perpetual Debt instruments and debt capital instruments, as specified by RBI from time to time
  • Non Convertible Debentures / Bonds issued by an Indian Company in the Infrastrucure sector
  • Non Convertible Debentures / Bonds issued by NBFCs categorized as 'Infrastructure Finance Company' by RBI
  • Rupee denominated bonds or units issued by Infrastructure Debt Funds
  • Such other instruments specified by SEBI from time to time

Operational Flow Chart

Foreign Investors Flowchart


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June 2019 Issue

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