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“ANALYSIS OF FII TRENDS WITH REFERENCE TO INDIAN ECONOMY”

DIPTANSHU GRAHAM
BSc(BIO CHEM),MBA
Specialization: Financial Management

INDEX
CHAPTER| PARTICULARS| PAGE |
1| ABSTRACT| |
2| EXECUTIVE SUMMARY| |
3| THE EXISTENCE OF FIIS ON DEVELOPING ECONOMIES LIKE INDIA| | 4| INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS| |
5| FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS| |
| SOURCES OF FII IN INDIA| |
| SEBI REGISTRATION OF FII| |
| WHY THERE IS A NEED OF FII| |
6| ROLE OF FII IN CAPITAL MARKET| |
| INTRODUCTION TO CAPITAL MARKET| |
| DETERMINANTS OF FII| |
| EFEECT OF FII ON MARKET| |
| FII DEFINED| |
| TOP 5 FII IN INDIA | |
| VOLATITLITY OF FII| |
7| NORMS APPLIED ON FII’S BY SEBI| |
8| SECTORAL INVESTMENTS OF FII| |
9| COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF FII| |
10| POLICY OF GOVERMENTS TOWARDS FII| |
| EVOLUTION OF POLICY| |
| POLICY DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT| |
| RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND POLICY ON FII BY SEBI| |
11| CAUSALITY BETWEEN THE FII INVESTMENT FLOW AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA| | 12| RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION| |
13| BIBLOGRAPHY| |

LIST OF TABLES, CHARTS &GRAPHS
TABLE | PARTICULARS| PAGE NO.|
1| DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS| |
2| FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN INDIA| |
3| SOURCES OF FII IN INDIA| |
4| TOTAL FII REGISTERED AT THE END OF 2010| |
5| MARKET INDEX MOVEMENT| |
6| NET FII EQUITY INFLOWS| |
7| TOP 5 FIIs| |
8| REGISTRATION PROCESS OF FII WITH SEBI| |
9| SECTORAL INVESTMENT OF FII| |
10| EVOLUTION OF POLICY FRAME WORK| |
11| YEAR WISE NET INFLOW OF FII IN INDIA| |
12| GDP GROWTH OF INDIA| |
13| INFLATION RATE IDEX| |

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
FIIFOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
SEBISECURITY EXCANGE BOARD OF INDIA
BSEBOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE
FDIFOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
DIIDIRECT INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR
OPECORGANIZATION OF THE PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES
WPIWHOLESALE PRICE INDEX
CPICONSUMER PRICE INDEX
ODIOFFSHORE DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENT
PNPARTICIPATORY NOTES
OCBOVERSEAS CORPORATE BODIES
FERA FOREIGN EXCANGE REGULATION ACT

Chapter 1
ABSTRACT

The role of investment in promoting economic growth has received considerable attention in India since independence. But the role of foreign institutional investment in the economic development of India is a recent topic of discussion among economists and development planners. Since the implementation of the new economic policies in early 1990s, India emerged as an important destination of global investors’ investment. It is from September 14, 1992; FIIs have been investing on financial instruments in India and providing incentives for financial innovations in the country. Recently, they have become the movers and shakers of the market. Given this growing importance of FIIs for the Indian economy, it is essential that the dynamics of such cross-border portfolio investment in the context of economic growth of the country be examined. It is with this aim an attempt has been made in this paper to test the causality between foreign institutional investments and the real economic growth in India along with impact of FIIs on capital market. Therefore, by the formulation and implementation of prudential norms concerning cross-border investments, the planners and policy makers in India can help the country moving in a high growth trajectory.

Chapter 1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. TITLE OF PROJECT:
“ANALYSIS OF FII TRENDS WITH REFERENCE TO INDIAN ECONOMY”

2. INTRODUCTION:
India opened her doors to foreign institutional investors in September, 1992. This event represents a landmark event since it resulted in effectively globalizing its financial services industry. Initially, pension funds, mutual funds, investment trusts, Asset Management Companies, nominee companies and incorporated/institutional portfolio managers were permitted to...
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