Welcome to Indian Securitisation Foundation

Indian Securitisation Foundation (ISF) is a not-for-profit organisation incorporated under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956, a representative body of the securitisation industry in India. ISF is formed with the objective of developing, promoting and protecting the securitisation, structured finance markets in India in particular, and market for fixed income securities in general.

Securitisation in India is not just a fixed income investing instrument, but essential for the idea of financial inclusion, in form of priority sector lending. Banks meet their priority sector targets partly through portfolio acquisitions and securitisation, thereby putting securitisation at par with the banking book. Infrastructure sector also depends substantially on securitisation for equity extraction. In essence, the significance of securitisation to India’s financial sector cannot be under-estimated.

Over time, credit default swaps are also expected to be prevalent as ways of synthetically replicating credit risk. It is a clear policy choice to have a strong market for fixed income securities in India: structured finance securities are an essential part of that market, to provide variety, choice and alignment to investor needs. In this background, ISF was conceptualised to provide direction, leadership, advocacy and support to the securitisation and structured finance industry.



  Representations
  • Representation on concern of taxation of assignment of receivables other than actionable claims under GST regime. Read more...
  • Representation for clarification on the position of NBFCs carrying factoring activities as non-principal business activity Read more...
  • Representation - Clarification on factoring business Read more...
  • Representation on need to amend Regulation 54 of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015  Read more...
  • Comments on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 Read more...
  • Representation on exemption from applicability of Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) in Securitisation Transactions Read more...
  • Representation on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Read more...
  • Representation to SEBI with respect to Public Issue of  REITs Read more...
  • Representation to SEBI with respect to Public Issue of InvITs Read more...
  • Comments / Recommendations on the Report of the BLRC and the Draft Bankruptcy Bill to Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs Read more...
  •  Representation on Legislative and other Changes for Bond Market in India Read more...
  • Representation on needed reforms for securitisation Read more...
  • Representation for permitting Foreign Institutional Investors under the SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investments) Regulations, 2014 to invest in asset backed securities Read more...
  • Representation to IRDA for permitting insurance companies to invest in ABS with underlying other than housing loan / infrastructure loans Read more...
  • Representation to CBDT on amendments propsed in the Finance Bill, 2013 relating to securitisationtransactions. Read more...
  • Representation for permitting Foreign Institutional Investors to invest in asset backed securities  Read more...
  • Representation to RBI to Clarify Position of NBFCs Carrying Factoring as a Non- principal Business Read more...

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