SEBI has introduced an optional T+1 settlement cycle for the stock market.
It simply means if you have purchased a stock today, it will be there in your demat account by next working day (T+1). Currently the settlement time in Indian stock market is two working days. (T+2)
As per the current circular introduced by SEBI, there is flexibility to stock exchanges to offer either T+1 or T+2 settlement cycle for completion of share transactions (with some conditions like after giving an advance notice of at least one month regarding change in the settlement cycle, Read more Sebi introduces T+1 settlement cycle on optional basis to enhance liquidity).
The provisions of the circular come into effect from January 1, 2022.
The positive side of the change is that “less risk of default by brokers as less settlement time”. But the implementation might cause some initial hurdles for Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI) because of time zone differences.
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