Ten Largest Institutional Investors in the Indian Stock Market ByLNeha Gupta
Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) - A government-managed retirement fund with a substantial investment portfolio in the Indian stock market.
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) - Overseas entities investing in Indian stocks, including foreign banks, insurance companies, and sovereign wealth funds.
General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC Re) - A state-owned reinsurance company that invests its surplus funds in the Indian stock market.
Government of India - The government holds substantial stakes in various state-owned enterprises, making it a significant institutional investor.
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) - India's largest life insurance company, with significant investments in the stock market.
Mutual Funds - Collective investment schemes managed by professional fund managers, representing a diverse group of investors in the Indian stock market.
Mutual Funds - Collective investment schemes managed by professional fund managers, representing a diverse group of investors in the Indian stock market
National Pension System (NPS) - A government-sponsored pension fund with investments in various asset classes, including stocks
Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) - A government-owned finance company that supports rural electrification projects and invests in the stock market to generate returns.
Unit Trust of India (UTI) - One of the oldest and largest mutual fund companies in India, with a significant presence in the stock market.