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Regulatory | 4 April 2012

SEBI Proposes Regulations To Regulate PEs, VCs And Hedge Funds

by Irfan Khan
SEBI Proposes Regulations To Regulate PEs, VCs And Hedge Funds
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Sebi has a comprehensive framework in the form of Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) Regulations to bring PEs and VCs, under its ambit of inspection and investigation, and said all these funds have to register with the regulator now. At present, PE and VC funds have the option not to register with Sebi. However, considerable confusion existed about the rules of AIFs, since Sebi did not specifically say if these rules applied only to India domiciled funds or also those based outside India.

Sebi is also withdrawing it's old VC Fund Regulations. However, Sebi said, existing VCFs shall continue to be regulated by the VCF Regulations till the existing fund or scheme managed by the fund is wound up.

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