How T+1 settlement cycle in India may help mutual funds, ETF investors — explained
- After implementation of T+1 settlement cycle in Indian stock market, T+2 settlement cycle can be awarded to equity mutual fund investors, believe experts
T+1 settlement cycle: After inclusion of last set of 256 stocks on Friday this week, Indian stock market is going to become first in the world that will have T+1 settlement cycle for investors. So, from Friday, shares sold or bought would reflect in investors' demat account after a period of one day, leading to faster settlement and faster liquidity for stock market investors. However, market and investment experts believe that it may soon trickle to other asset class investors. They said that after implementation of T+1 settlement cycle in Indian stock market, such fast settlement cycle may get implemented in equity mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
Get the best recommendations on Stocks, Mutual Funds and more based on your Risk profile!Let’s get started
Login to enjoy exclusive benefits!
- Unlocked premium articles
- Personalized news
- Market Watchlist
- Insightful Newsletters & more