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P-Notes and its Significance in Indian Stock Market


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1 PG & Research Department of Corporate Secretaryship, Bharathidasan Govt. College for Women, Puducherry, India
2 Department of Management Studies, Mother Teresa Womens’ University, Kodaikanal, India
 

The significance of participatory notes (PNs) by foreign investors, as an instrument for portfolio flows into Indian stock markets has been probed in this paper. India's foreign investor base widening recently seem to be inclined towards hedge funds/unregistered foreign investors who invest primarily via PNs. This gained popularity, especially when it accounted for 50% of all foreign portfolio assets in India. Therefore, the laws relating to PNs have transformed to remain more transparent and an ascending trend in PNs was registered during September to November 2012.

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FDI, FII, Participatory Notes, SEBI, Securities and Capital Market.
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S. Sahul Hameed
PG & Research Department of Corporate Secretaryship, Bharathidasan Govt. College for Women, Puducherry, India
M. Fowzia Sultana
Department of Management Studies, Mother Teresa Womens’ University, Kodaikanal, India

Abstract


The significance of participatory notes (PNs) by foreign investors, as an instrument for portfolio flows into Indian stock markets has been probed in this paper. India's foreign investor base widening recently seem to be inclined towards hedge funds/unregistered foreign investors who invest primarily via PNs. This gained popularity, especially when it accounted for 50% of all foreign portfolio assets in India. Therefore, the laws relating to PNs have transformed to remain more transparent and an ascending trend in PNs was registered during September to November 2012.

Keywords


FDI, FII, Participatory Notes, SEBI, Securities and Capital Market.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15613/hijrh%2F2015%2Fv2i1%2F78207