Mumbai – 400051
July 25, 2023
Nominee directors, stewardship principles, governance requirements and more – the most recent round of governance-focussed amendments to the InvIT regime clearly demonstrate SEBI’s keenness to continue “developing” one of its most successful products: infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs).
However, each amendment seems to be introducing common changes for both public and private InvITs, indicating a broad-brush approach by SEBI. Naturally, the question which comes up – should there be a distinction between private InvITs which house institutional investors and public InvITs which house retail investors?
In this piece, we look at how InvITs were originally rolled out, SEBI’s most recent changes and what it means for the industry, and the future of private InvITs.
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