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Sebi proposes tighter rules for wilful defaulters
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Sebi proposes new title of "vice-chairpersons" for its members

MUMBAI: India's capital market regulator Sebi wants a change in title for its whole-time members but the law ministry isn't playing ball. The regulator has proposed that its "members" should be redesignated as "vicechairpersons". According to ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Wilful defaulters face Sebi heat Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
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Column: Insider-trading law's new avatar

As was expected, Sebi came out with a spanking new regulation on insider-trading. While the new regulation is not yet in the public domain, a press release highlights the significant changes compared to the current regime. The new regulations seem ...
 Financial Express2 months ago Market cop in clean-up drive  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Insider trade gets tough  Asian Age2 months ago
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RTI Act remains in limbo for securities market

Stay orders keep law out of citizen access even years after CIC rulings on opening market institutions to scrutiny The Right to Information (RTI) Act has resulted in governments falling, politicians going to jail and the exposure of large-scale corruption. One segment it has made limited inroads in are the securities markets. Most key market infrastructure institutions remain out of the Act’s ambit, some in spite of Central Information Commission (CIC) orders to the contrary. One cannot ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS MAY BE ASKED TO FORM HOLDING COMPANIES

NEW DELHI: The government is thinking of asking public sector banks (PSBs) to each form a separate holding company to hold its stake as well as the banks stakes in their various subsidiaries, as the first step towards a more fundamental reform that ...
 IPA Newspack.com3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Why journalists should be more afraid of Sebi

Email this Print Imagine that a man walks into a party with a gun in his hand. He may smile and assure everyone that he has no intention of using it, but people are still going to step carefully around him. And chances are the room will empty out ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Sebi analyst norms: Media exemption under a cloud  Business Standard India1 month ago Media may be deemed 'analysts'  Smart Investor1 month ago Media exemption from Sebi's analyst norms might be invalid  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Investors in startups look for strict enforcement of laws

HYDERABAD | BENGALURU: Getting backers for a startup depends on a whole host of things — how good is the idea, can you make it work, is it new? But while breaking the mould is seen as a good and necessary strategy, the serious money is ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

In a first, Sebi sends someone to jail

The 58-year old Vinod Hingorani had defaulted on penalties of Rs 1.64 cr Sachin P Mampatta | Mumbai December 19, 2014 Last Updated at 00:12 IST The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sent 58-year old Vinod Hingorani to jail for ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

AIFs Allowed To Invest Overseas! Half Baked Reform?

Published on Wed, Dec 17,2014|09:30, Updated at Wed, Dec 17 at 09:35Source : Moneycontrol.com By: Sandeep Parekh, Founder, & Shashank Prabhakar, Senior Associate, Finsec Law Advisors The Reserve Bank of India has issued a Circular dated December ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago
Indian Express

Delhi rape: How radio cab firms wash hands of driver's conduct

It's an icon that many click on without ever bothering to actually read what they are agreeing to. But with Uber facing the heat for the alleged rape of a woman in one of its cabs, the terms and conditions that it asks its customers to agree to ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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BSE doubles spending to improve corporate disclosures

India's securities regulator in November granted the bourses legal powers to enforce stricter disclosure standards and improve transparency in a market . Photo: AFP Mumbai: BSE Ltd. , India's oldest bourse, plans to double its compliance budget ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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