Investments by FPIs in debt papers of InvITs and REITs can be made under the Medium-Term Framework (MTF) or the Voluntary Retention Route (VRR).
Markets regulator Sebi allowed foreign portfolio investors to write off all debt securities that they are unable to sell.
With the investments in August, the net FPI investment in the equities segment in 2021 now stands at Rs 54,037 crore.
With improving macroeconomic environment and positive outlook, FPIs are focusing their attention on Indian equities.
Foreign portfolio investors take exit route in July, net withdrawal from equities at Rs 11,308 crore
Post the outflow last month, the net investment into the equities segment in 2021 stands at Rs 49,036 crore.
In the longer horizon, India will continue to get investments as its economy continues to expand, Jain further said.In the longer horizon, India will continue to get investments as its economy continu
Shares of Adani Enterprises on Monday crashed 25 per cent intra-day to Rs 1,201 on the BSE. Similarly, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) plummeted 19 per cent during the day.
As of March 2020 quarter, the value of FPI investments in Indian equities was USD 281 billion.
The value of the domestic institutional investors at USD 203 billion was not even half, according to the data compiled by Bank of America (BofA) Securities.