The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulatory body for securities and commodity markets in India under the ownership of the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. SEBI was established on April 12, 1992 in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992. The Preamble of the Securities and Exchange Board of India describes the basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India as More
The agency recorded his statement under criminal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA)
This is in line with the online platform, SCORES, launched by the capital markets regulator in June 2011 to help investors lodge their complaints, pertaining to the securities market, against listed companies and SEBI-registered intermediaries.
The cases pertain to an inspection carried out on inter-scheme transfer for the period August 2018 to February 2019. Sebi fined the AMC Rs 25 lakh, CEO Ajit Menon Rs 5 lakh, and three fund managers for Rs 2 lakh each
Others penalised by Sebi are Kotak AMC's fund managers -- Lakshmi Iyer, Deepak Agarwal, Abhishek Bisen -- Compliance Officer Jolly Bhatt and Gaurang Shah, who was one of the members of the investment committee that approved the investment decisions related to certain Fixed Maturity Plan (FMP) schemes, as per the order.
The order came after Sebi initiated adjudication proceedings against Geetaben and Shivshankar for the violation of PFUTP regulations for the period from April 2011 to February 2015. The regulator noted that noticees were allotted shares in the preferential allotment for which they had transferred Rs 30 lakh.
The regulator has levied a fine of Rs 1 crore each on NSE, Ramkrishna and Narain. Also, a fine of Rs 1 crore has been imposed on Suprabhat Lal, who was a NSE official at the time of violation.
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In the disclosure of public shareholding, names of the shareholders holding one per cent or above of shares of the listed entity is to be disclosed.
New Delhi, Jun 30 Capital markets regulator Sebi on Thursday extended the deadline by two months to September 1 for implementation of the guid..
The company has been directed to pay the fine within 45 days, the Sebi said in an order
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The regulator has said the existing Eligible Foreign Entity route, which required actual exposure to Indian physical commodities, has been discontinued. Any foreign investor desirous of participating in Indian ETCDs, with or without actual exposure to Indian physical commodities, can do so through the FPI route.
The regulator has imposed a penalty of Rs 7 crore on NSE and Rs 5 crore each on Ramkrishna and Narain. Besides, a fine of Rs 5 crore has been levied on Subramanian Anand.
The capital market regulator has imposed a cumulative penalty of Rs 43.8 crore on the 18 entities, with the NSE slapped with the biggest fine of Rs 7 crore
Former NSE officials Subramanian Anand and Ravi Varanasi also fined Rs 5 crore each
As many as 50 companies have filed their draft red herring prospectus with SEBI this year so far.
In its order, Sebi found that Bharti Infratel violated the provisions of the SBEB (Share Based Employee Benefits) by not appropriating the excess 5,32,862 shares of the company within the stipulated timeline of March 31, 2017.
Aurobindo Pharma "disclosed very limited and restricted information" about the warning it had received from the American drug regulator, SEBI said.
Moreover, asset management companies (AMCs) have a line-up of passive funds on the fixed income and equity side as well as selective launches in certain categories to fill product gaps.
The regulator levied a fine of Rs 1 lakh each on Chirag Malhotra, Meenakumari M, BG Dhananjaya and Nikhil Jain, according to four separate orders.
The former Deputy Governor of RBI will replace Justice Vikramajit Sen in the position.
Considering the time taken for the listing of units of privately placed InvIT in the recent past, it was decided to examine the reduction of timelines for their listing, which was also discussed with market participants, Sebi said in its circular.
The capital markets regulator Sebi fined two firms Rs 30 lakh on Wednesday for disclosure violations in the Sterling Green Woods Ltd. case.
The notice came after the company failed to pay the fine imposed on it by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).