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Case Code : FINC026
Case Length : 15 Pages
Period : 2000 - 2003
Pub. Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Bombay Stock Exchange
Industry : Banking and Financial Services
Countries : India

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The New Initiatives

As of early 2004, derivatives trading in India had been restricted to a limited range of products including index futures, index options and individual stock futures and options limited to certain select stocks.

Analysts felt that index futures/options could be extended to other popular indices such as the CNX Nifty Junior . Similarly, stock futures/options could be extended to all active securities. Efforts were also on to encourage participation from domestic institutional investors. SEBI had authorized mutual funds to trade in derivatives, subject to appropriate disclosures. A broader product rollout for institutional investors was also on the cards. Steps were taken to strengthen the financial infrastructure. These included developing adequate trading mechanisms and systems, and establishing proper clearing and settlement procedures. Regulations hampering the growth of derivative markets were being reviewed...

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Exhibits

Exhibit I: NSE Derivatives Segment Turnover
Exhibit II: NSE Cash & Derivatives Segment Turnover
Exhibit III: Corporate Disasters Due to Mismanagement of Derivatives
Exhibit IV: Features of OTC Markets
Exhibit V: Financial Derivatives Instruments in NSE
Exhibit VI: Indian Regulatory Framework
Exhibit VII: Global Derivatives Industry (Outstanding Contracts In $ Bn)


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