The amendments to delisting regulations by the Sebi board on Wednesday remove tax hurdles…
Cops believe complaints could increase; SEBI wants investors’ money returned, firm moves SAT.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has withdrawn the recognition granted to the Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE).
Allows firms to settle minor violations even before formal notices.
Final report indicates that the potential impact of the initiatives proposed by the panel over 15 years could lead to annual savings of $70-80 billion in import bill.
Tribunal is hearing DLF’s appeal against the ban imposed by Sebi on the company and six of its top officials.
The allotment is done to a select group of investors (promoters and non-promoters) on private placement basis.
The first chargesheet in the scam was submitted on October in which “influential and political” persons were not named.
Asking the Supreme Court to take cognisance of Sahara’s non-seriousness in selling its properties…
DLF had approached the SAT for interim relief after the Sebi barred the company and seven individuals, including its chairman KP Singh.
Mutual fund managers dropped their exposure in bank stocks to Rs 55,398 crore in September.
DLF Ltd on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from the securities regulator order last week barring India’s biggest…
The firm has maintained that it has not violated any laws and would defend its position.
Since 1991, independent regulators have been set up by Parliament in various sectors to meet the changing needs of a market-driven economy.
A recent amendment in Sebi Act gives the market regulator powers to monitor all money-pooling schemes involving Rs 100 crore or more.