No offshore investing for Indian pensions

Regulator will not relax rules on offshore investment, but predicts Indian insurance market will hit $90 billion by 2025 under new pensions law .

Insurers in India are not going to be allowed to send money offshore under the forthcoming pensions bill, according to Meena Chaturvedi, executive director of IndiaƆs Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority PFRDA.

Speaking at the annual LOMALIMRA Strategic Issues Conference in Hong Kong, Chaturvedi says there would be no change to the regulations that now bar insurance companies from sending funds offshore.

The exposure to offshore investment will be the same as the rules for insurers at...

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