Is retail participation in sovereign securities market a distant dream?

04 September, 2012

Reforms to build an institutional framework to facilitate trading of government securities (G-Sec) started in 1992. Two decades later, it has evolved into a largely institutional market with participation from banks, insurance companies and mutual funds.


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