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NUJS Kolkata 2014 final recruitment tally: 72 jobs (25 Big Six...

NUJS: tries hardNUJS Kolkata just about matched Nalsar Hyderabad's Big Six hire score of 26, with 25 of the law school's graduates this year bagging Big Six law firm gigs on the back of 10 pre placement offers (PPO). NUJS placed 72 of its 115 ... Legally India, 4 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Alternative investment funds want tax clarity

The launch of new alternative investment funds (AIFs) could take a breather till the time the government resolves the controversy around the recent circular issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). The July 30 circular has put a question ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Alternative investment funds may hit a pause button after tax changes  Smart Investor2 weeks ago

Sebi facing persistent questions on definition under takeover code

The capital markets regulator may review the definition of 'control' under the takeover code to provide more clarity so investors know precisely what this entails and to reassure them that their investment will be protected, in the backdrop of what ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
The Financial Chronicle

Raju, 4 others told to pay Rs 1,849 cr for Satyam fraud

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Tuesday directed former Satyam promoter B Ramalinga Raju and four others to return to it Rs 1,849 crore worth of unlawful gains with 12 per cent interest per year since January 7, 2009. This is one of the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Satyam case: Sebi orders Ramalinga Raju, others to pay Rs1,850 cr  Livemint.com1 month ago
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MF investors wait for compensation

Retail investors always end up on the side that loses. In case of mis-selling by mutual fund distributors and insurance agents, they end up buying expensive/unsuitable products or churn their portfolios unnecessarily. However, in the case of front-running in mutual funds, as was the case with HDFC MF and L&T Investment Managers (earlier DBS Cholamandalam, which settled with the market regulator), there is some respite, in penalty. But clarity is awaited on how they will be compensated.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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