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Sebi plans to cut IPO timeline to just 4 days

Sebi plans to cut IPO timeline to just 4 days

Capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) plans to cut the timeline for initial public offerings (IPO) and follow-on public offerings (FPO) to just four days. The move, if implemented, will see companies close ... Business Standard India, 18 hours ago

Can this Indian tycoon sell his iconic hotels and get out of jail?

By , NEW DELHI — Subrata Roy is one of India's richest men, runs one of its biggest companies and lives on a 300-acre estate complete with a giant lake and its own hospital. But since February , Roy, 65, has been a resident of New Delhi's ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Can Indian tycoon Subrata Roy sell New York's Plaza Hotel and get out of jail?  Washington Post1 week ago


Upload Image: Issue: September, 2014 Summary: Financial reports of India Inc have the potential to hide more than they reveal according to various studies done in the past few years. CFO India figures out what lies ahead. ...
 The CFO Institute1 week ago
The Financial Chronicle


Busy days are back again for Indian investment bankers. And how. The stock market is booming, economic fundamentals look promising and political stability has been ushered in by a firm electoral mandate. Opportunities are mushrooming in both the private and ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
Business Standard India

Will 2014 be the worst year for IPO filings?

Pipeline leanest since 2004; bankers said to be cautious due to fear of rejection by Sebi N Sundaresha Subramanian | New Delhi September 18, 2014 Last Updated at 00:58 IST The year 2014 appears set to go down in the record books as the worst for ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

Govt's mega disinvestment. Should you buy?

Last week, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs of the government of India approved stake sale in three state-owned companies. The government will sell its stake in NHPC Ltd (11.36%), Coal India Ltd (10%) and Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd (5%).
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Sebi relaxes related-party transaction rules

Taking industry representations into account, Sebi has made adjustments to clauses linked to related-party transactions, bringing them in line with the new Companies Act. Photo: Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint Mumbai: The Securities and Exchange Board of ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Snowman Logistics lists at 68% premium

Cold chain company Snowman Logistics raised Rs197 crore through the issue of 42 million equity shares in the IPO that was subscribed 60 times. Shares of cold chain company Snowman Logistics Ltd surged on the first day of trading on Friday, ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Weekly wrap: Key indices halt victory run ahead of FOMC meet

I Both Sensex and Nifty eked out marginal gains while CNX mid-cap and BSE small-cap indices surged 3-5 percent in the week ended September 12. Speed breaker ahead? Investors were wary of piling big bets ahead of the macroeconomic data slated to ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago

Govt clears Coal India, ONGC, NHPC share sales

The sale of shares in Coal India, ONGC and NHPC could earn the governemnt a combined Rs43,000 crore. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint New Delhi: The cabinet committee on economic affairs on Wednesday approved stake sales in Coal India Ltd ( CIL ), Oil and ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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