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Globally, the bond markets are regarded as the largest and deepest source of capital for companies. In India, the real sector consisting of NBFCs has a very small dependence on bonds, thereby making it heavily reliant on bank and shadow bank credit. The policy direction of taking India to a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024-25 will need a substantial part of corporate resources to come from the bond market.

The various stakeholders, regulators and policy makers which are directly or indirectly involved in the council includes Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Reserve Bank of India, Ministry of Finance, etc.

The mandate of the ASSOCHAM National Council for Corporate Bond Market covers the aspects such as the major issues and challenges being faced the stakeholders and to play a vital role in bridging the gap between the industry, regulator and policy maker. This includes conducting regular council meetings, webinar, summit, e-summit and round table discussions under the guidance of Chairperson & Co- Chairperson of the council. The ASSOCHAM National Council for Corporate Bond Market covers the functions of Public policy advocacy, think tank, awareness & training program and is fully committed in providing their valuable inputs to the relevant Policy Makers & Regulators on the issues being faced by the industry and its resolution plan.

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