SEBI eases rules around startups going public
In a bid to make it easier for startups to go public, the Securities and Exchanges Board of India (SEBI) has approved a raft of measures. These include more transparent and efficient delisting of shares, reporting of sustainability issues by companies and provisions. Read here
to know how this will change things for firms looking to enter the markets in the near future.
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