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Explained: Sebi's July 22 circular aims to boost transparency in debt mutual funds

Updated : July 28, 2020 06:13 PM IST

SEBI has asked Mutual Funds to undertake at least 10 percent of their total secondary market trades by value in corporate bonds (excluding Inter Scheme Transfer trades) by placing/seeking quotes through one-to-many mode on the Request for Quote (RFQ) platform of stock exchanges.
Through an RFQ platform, buyers and sellers of debt securities put in a request or a bid/quote on a trading screen to carry out a trade.
Explained: Sebi's July 22 circular aims to boost transparency in debt mutual funds

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