The ambiguous FVCI and VCF Investment Regime Whose line is it anywayMarch 21 2011
Partners Aashit Shah and Sidharrth Shankar along with Senior Associate Chinmayee Prasad of J. Sagar Associates discuss investments by venture capital funds and foreign venture capital investors in India.
Investment by venture capital funds (VCF) and foreign venture capital investors (FVCI) in India are primarily governed by the SEBI (Venture Capital Funds) Regulations, 1996 (VCF Regulations), and the SEBI (Foreign Venture Capital Investors) Regulations, 2000 (FVCI Regulations), which provide, amongst other things, certain investment restrictions that VCFs and FVCIs must comply with.
One of the restrictions common to both VCFs and FVCIs is that they are permitted to invest . . .
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