Voluntary Retention Route (VRR) for foreign portfolio investments (FPI) in debt securities Bookmark has been added
Voluntary Retention Route (VRR) for foreign portfolio investments (FPI) in debt securities
Global Tax Update : April 2019 / India
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has notified the VRR guidelines vide its circular dated 1 March 2019. The investment limits prescribed under VRR are in addition to the existing limits prescribed for FPI investments in debt securities. Further, the investments made under VRR will not be subject to the regulatory restrictions currently applicable to FPI investments in debt securities like residual maturity conditions, concentration limits or single / group investor-wise limits.
This newsletter explains the following topics;
- Voluntary Retention Route (VRR) for foreign portfolio investments (FPI) in debt securities
- Review of investment by FPI in debt securities
- Royalty – Industry average rate as CUP
- False verification of return and false statement on oath in relation to foreign assets can lead to prosecution charges being framed
- Allowances are in nature of pay and need to be considered for PF purposes, rules Supreme Court
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