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RBI releases the Report of the Task Force on the Development of Secondary Market for Corporate Loans for comments- (Reserve Bank of India) (03 Sep 2019)



The Reserve Bank of India had constituted a Task Force on Development of Secondary Market for Corporate Loans under the Chairmanship of Shri T. N. Manoharan, Chairman, Canara Bank, on May 29, 2019. The Terms of Reference of the Task Force were to review the existing state of market for loan sale/transfer in India as well as the international experience in loan trading and to make recommendations for the development of secondary market for corporate loans in India.

The Task Force has since submitted its report to the Governor. The key recommendations of the Task Force are for setting up of a Self-Regulatory Body of participants which will finalise detailed modalities for the secondary market for corporate loans including standardisation of documentation and setting up a Central Loan Contract Registry. To setting up an online loan sales platform to conduct auctions/sale process of the secondary market loans; amending the extant regulations applicable to, inter-alia, securitization and assignment of loans, asset reconstruction, Foreign Portfolio Investment and External Commercial Borrowings; and amendments in regulations issued by SEBI, IRDA and PFRDA to enable participation of non-banking entities such as mutual funds, insurance companies and pension funds.


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