Sebi crafting new rules to avert Franklin-like cases
It wants to ensure that debt funds have sufficient liquidity to meet redemption stress
The abrupt closure of six Franklin Templeton credit risk funds in April continues to reverberate on mutual fund regulation, with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) planning more changes to prevent a repeat of the debacle.
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