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History of Debt Market
Market Structure
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Market Structure
There is no single location or exchange where debt market participants interact for common business. Participants talk to each other, conclude deals, send confirmations etc. on the telephone, with clerical staff doing the running around for settling trades. In that sense, the wholesale debt market is a virtual market.
In order to understand the entirety of the wholesale debt market we have looked at it through a framework based on its main elements. The market is best understood by understanding these elements and their mutual interaction. These elements are as follows:
  • Instruments - the instruments that are being traded in the debt market.
  • Issuers - entity which issues these instruments.
  • Investors - entities which invest in these instruments or trade in these instruments.
  • Interventionists or Regulators - the regulators and the regulations governing the market.
It is necessary to understand microstructure of any market to identify processes, products and issues governing its structure and development. In this section a schematic presentation is attempted on the micro-structure of Indian corporate debt market so that the issues are placed in a proper perspective. Figure gives a bird’s eye view of the Indian debt market structure.
Size of Debt Market
Worldwide debt markets are three to four times larger than equity markets. However, the debt market in India is very small in comparison to the equity market. This is because the domestic debt market has been deregulated and liberalized only recently and is at a relatively nascent stage of development. The debt market in India is comprised of two main segments, the Government securities market and the corporate securities market. Government securities form the major part of the debt market-accounting for about 90-95% in terms of outstanding issues, market capitalization and trading value. In the last few years there has been significant growth in the Government securities market. The aggregate trading volumes of Government securities in the secondary market have grown significantly from 1998-99 to 2008-09.
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