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  • 1. FII- Foreign Institutional Investment
    “Foreign capital goes to that country where governments carry out structural reforms, legal reforms and administrative reforms and that is the road we have taken so far,"
    -P. CHIDAMBRAM,
    Former Union Finance Minister
  • 2. “One who proposes to invest their proprietary funds or on behalf of long investment based funds of foreign corporate or and individuals who belong to any of the under given categories can be registered for FII.”
    - According to SEBI
    • Pension Funds
    • 3. Mutual Funds Investment
    • 4. Insurance companies
    • 5. Asset Management Companies
    • 6. University Funds
    • 7. Bank
    • 8. Charitable Trusts or Societies
  • Need for FII
    • Infrastructure Renewal
    • 9. Bridge the technological gap
    • 10. Optimum utilization of resources
    • 11. Balancing the balance of payment position
    • 12. Develop the Diverse Market
  • FII in India
    FII inflows started into India in early 1990s
    • Better power facilities
    • 13. Exploration of mineral reserves
    • 14. Develop Telecom IT sector
    • 15. Service sector opportunities
    • 16. Positive future of automobile industry
    • 17. Development of Tourism industry
    • 18. For R & D and healthcare sector development
    • 19. Promotion of exports
  • Road blocks to FII
    • Lack of political stability
    • 20. Lack of economic stability
    • 21. Poor infrastructure
    • 22. Corruption cum lack of transparency
  • 23. Advantages of FII
    • Enhanced flow of equity capital.
    • 24. Managing uncertainty and controlling risks.
    • 25. Improving capital markets.
    • 26. Equity market development aids economic development.
    • 27. Enhances competition in financial markets.
    • 28. Improved corporate governance.
    • 29. Creation of new jobs.
  • Disadvantages of FII
    • Problems of Inflation.
    • 30. Problems for small investor.
    • 31. Adverse impact on Exports.
    • 32. Impact on Exports.
    • 33. Hot Money: “Hot money” refers to funds that are controlled by investors who actively seek short-term returns.
  • THANK YOU