RBI says Indian banks can invest in Reits, InvITs

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given the country's banks permission to invest in real estate and infrastructure investment trusts.

  • By John Loh
  • 26 Sep 2017


The central bank said banks can hold up to 10% of the capital of a Reit or InvIT, as India’s trusts investing in infrastructure assets are called, according to a Monday circular.

This is subject to an overall ceiling of 20% of the bank’s net worth ...

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