Indian Insurers To Invest In Derivatives

29 Sep 2011

India’s Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority has decided to allow insurance companies to invest in derivatives for hedging risks only.

India’s Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority has decided to allow insurance companies to invest in derivatives for hedging risks only. These include equity futures, options and credit default swaps.

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