The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), under pressure to tighten scrutiny, is taking as long as a year to approve initial public offerings, prompting criticism from firms already
To beef up its surveillance and enforcement teams, capital markets regulator Sebi has decided to hire 50 officers this year, including on deputation from tax departments and other government institutions.
India's premier bourse BSE, which was the first exchange to enter the just-launched International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Ahmedabad, has said it hopes to commission its exchange there within
To deepen the securitisation market, Sebi has made it easier for banks and public financial institutions to act as trustees, while a new code of conduct has been put in
Capital markets regulator Sebi expects the proposed merger of commodities regulator FMC with it to be completed in 6-12 months.
While Sebi is assessing all regulatory issues and requirements for
Regulator Sebi will soon put in place new norms for changes in constituents of the key stock market indices, including Sensex and Nifty, as it frames a separate mechanism for
In a last-minute rush, wives and daughters have come to the rescue of the listed companies to ensure compliance with a new norm for having at least one woman director
Municipalities proposing to issue and list municipal bonds can't indulge in pseudo advertising under the garb of 'promotional or educational' activities at time of raising funds from investors and they
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