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Sebi fines SBI, ICCI, 4 other merchant banks for disclosure lapses in CARE IPO
Financial Express

Sebi fines SBI, ICCI, 4 other merchant banks for disclosure la...

Sebi has penalised merchant banking arms of SBI, ICICI, Kotak Mahindra, IDBI, DSP Merrill Lynch and Edelweiss groups. (Reuters) In a major clampdown for suppression of material facts in IPO documents, Sebi today penalised merchant banking arms of ... Financial Express, 3 weeks ago
SEBI fines six merchant banks Rs.1 crore Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago

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STATE BANK OF INDIA : Care ipo: sebi penalises six banks

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) penalised merchant banking arms of State Bank of India (SBI), ICICI, Kotak Mahindra , IDBI, DSP Merrill Lynch , and Edelweiss groups for lapses during the initial public offer (IPO) ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Sebi slaps Rs1-cr fine on 6 merchant bankers for disclosure lapses in CARE IPO  Domain-B3 weeks ago RBI rate decision to drive Indian shares  Gulf News3 weeks ago Sebi fines 6 merchant bankers in CARE IPO  Financial Express Bangladesh3 weeks ago

Carlyle India's Rajeev Gupta and TPG Capital's Amol Jain to set up $500 million buyout fund

MUMBAI: Investment banker and former Carlyle India head Rajeev Gupta and erstwhile TPG Capital MD Amol Jain will team up to start a $500-million buyout fund for mid-sized firms as succession issues, family disputes and falling business fortunes are ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Column: Three reasons to cut rates

A lower cost of capital, as finance minister Arun Jaitley has held, will indeed give a good fillip to the Indian economy. Although we fancy ourselves as relentless hawks, we have never understood the argument that a rate cut will not help growth, ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
Forbes India

How a Triad scripted the turnaround for DSP BlackRock

After a slump, DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund has climbed back to the top. Credit this to its three investment managers who have worked together for 15 years Image: Vikas Khot (L-R) S Naganath, Apoorva Shah and Anup Maheshwari of ...
 Forbes India1 month ago

Year for FII mood swings

If foreign institutional investors’ approach towards India looks a bit iffy at the moment, expect a dramatic mood swing by next Diwali. Dalal Street veterans say several factors, both local and global, are swinging in favour of India, which will help ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Bulls fired up even as Indian shares consolidate

A sharply stronger-than-expected US jobs data should help equities when trading resumes on Monday After rallying for six consecutive weeks, including surges to a series of record highs, Indian shares ran out of steam this week as investors took some ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago

Hopes for rate cut, reforms underpin Indian shares

There is a perception that the pace of government action, especially in pushing reforms and investments, have been tardy and below expectations Indian shares climbed to record highs for a second consecutive week, indicating growing optimism among ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Reforms bring sparkle to Indian shares  Gulf News1 month ago Politics hold trump card for Indian shares  Gulf News2 months ago


New Delhi: The government is considering reducing its stake in public sector banks to 52 per cent. Jayant Sinha, minister of state for finance, on Friday told the Lok Sabha the step would substantially reduce the requirement of the budgetary ...
 IPA Newspack.com3 weeks ago Govt plans to bring down stake in PSU banks to 52%  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Why a stronger rupee doesn't always hit export-oriented companies

ET Intelligence Group: Whenever the rupee starts strengthening against major currencies such as the dollar, the euro and the pound, it prompts equity traders to short sell stocks of export-driven companies. A general belief that triggers ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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