Who regulates Investments in US stocks for Indians?

Who regulates Investments in US stocks for Indians?

Foreign investments are clearly defined in the RBI guidelines. According to RBI's Liberalized Remittance Scheme [1], an Indian resident can invest up to US $250,000 per financial year through an authorized dealer.
We have partnered up with Vested to provide a platform for US investing. Vested is registered as an investment advisor with SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission). Therefore, the platform is under the regulation of The SEC.
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