Sebi may ease AIF regulations for start-up investments
Sebi is said to be reworking regulations for alternative investment funds (AIFs), which invest in start-ups, and likely to recommend lower investment limit
Mumbai: A committee set up by India’s stock market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), to encourage investments in so-called alternative investment funds (AIF), which invest in start-ups and other young companies, will likely recommend a lower investment threshold for accredited investors, said two people familiar with the discussions of the group.
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