MUMBAI: In a setback to the promoters of Financial Technologies India (FTIL), the Bombay High Court has refused to stay commodity market regulator Forward Markets Commission (FMC) order that found the company unfit to hold more than 2% in the ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
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Women make up only 15% of senior law firm lawyers: Amarchand & banking with most female heavy-hitters; JSA, Trilegal & projects the fewest
Women-friendly workplaces: Legally rare (Photo (c) AMC) Amarchand Mangaldas emerged as the large law firm with the highest ratio of female lawyers ranked by the 2014 Chambers and Partners lawyer directory, while J Sagar Associates (JSA) and Trilegal ...Legally India, 1 week ago
Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) and its chief Jignesh Shah (in pic), an accused in the National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) scam, failed to get relief from the Bombay high court on Wednesday against the order of Forward Market Commission (FMC) ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Financial Technologies-India (FTIL) on Wednesday urged the Bombay High Court to grant it an interim relief against the order issued by the Forward Markets Commission (FMC) directing the Jignesh Shah-controlled entity to bring down its holding from ...Financial Express, 1 month ago Hearing on Financial Technologies' 'fit and proper' plea today Economic Times, 1 month ago
FMC, in its order on Dec 17, had deemed FTIL, Jignesh Shah, Joesph Massey and Shrikant Javalgekar as not fit and proper to operate exchanges. The order also carried explicit directors for FTIL to reduce its stake in MCX from 26 percent to 2 percent.Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
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