Securities and Exchange Board of India

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‘Sebi open offer norms to safeguard interest of minority shareholders’

Sebi has discontinued automatic exemption in respect of persons other than lenders, from making open offer for acquisitions under debt restructuring schemes.

Sebi Board Meeting: Segregation of distressed assets by MFs allowed

Securities and Exchange Board of India relaxes start-ups listing norms.

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Refund Rs 14,106-crore with 15 per cent annual interest: SEBI to Sahara Group firm

In a 54-page order, the regulator has also barred SICCL, as well as its then directors including Subrata Roy Sahara and associated entities from the markets and from associating with any public entity for four years from the date of completion of refunds to investors.

Sebi to Fortis Healthcare: Recover Rs 403 crore from Singh brothers, 8 other entities

The capital market regulator has also ordered the Singh brothers to not associate themselves with the affairs of Fortis Healthcare in any manner till further directions.

New FPI norms: what Sebi is considering

What did the panel recommend, and why is the regulator keen to amend the KYC norms?

KYC for FPIs: To review April circular, says SEBI

The markets regulator said a working group, set up under former Reserve Bank of India deputy governor HR Khan to address various issues relating to the circular, has already heard various stakeholders and is in the process of giving its recommendations.

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SEBI cuts listing time for debt securities

Market intermediaries will have to capture and upload details in the e-bidding system as specified by the stock exchange. The SCSBs or intermediaries will have to provide guidance to their investors on making applications in public issues.

US investor T Rowe Price sues govt over UTI

TRP owns 26 per cent of UTI and was sold these shares in 2009-10 by the government as part of a process to make UTI a board-managed professional company.

Minimum public holding: SEBI provides additional avenues to listed firms

Under Sebi norms, every listed firm will need to maintain a public shareholding of at least 25 per cent.

Insider trading norms compliance case: Larsen & Toubro settles Sebi probe

Sebi’s High Powered Advisory Committee recommended the case for settlement on the payment of Rs 10.27 lakh.

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