The paper has been issued pursuant to a report submitted by a Sebi-constituted group on Differential Voting Rights (DVR).
In September last year, the regulator had decided to levy a nominal fee of Rs 1 lakh per exchange instead of levying charges based on turnover slab rates and proposed to set up a fund with the fee foregone by it.
The pact provides for sharing of information with each other, subject to the limitations imposed by the applicable laws.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said the contracts would be cash-settled on the settlement price determined on overseas exchanges.
SEBI had asked the government to make necessary provisions in the laws to enable it to make regulations and amendments to provide for faster and efficient methods for recovering monies.
The regulator has directed the two companies to 'initiate steps to recall all the loans amounting to Rs 2,315.09 crore' along with due interest within three months.
The book value per share of the company shall be disclosed in the public announcement for counter offer, the regulator said in a circular.
The market regulator had initiated adjudication proceedings against the firm in November 2016 after it observed that the firm made proprietary fund pay from client bank accounts and thereby failed to segregate client funds and own funds.
Folios are numbers designated for individual investor accounts, though one investor can have multiple accounts.
NSE is offering a product that the market wants.
In June last year, the Securities and Exchange Board of India had mandated that no Foreign Portfolio Investors shall have an exposure of more than 20 percent of its corporate bond portfolio to a single corporate.
Sebi's proposal to create a central database containing the personal information of all beneficial owners has faced doubts by large offshore funds.
SEBI said that mutual funds will have to disclose daily assets under management of schemes coupled with additional benchmark and product labelling
OCL India seems to have provided Rs 340 crore of mutual funds to the broker (Allied) which has then used the money for their own trades, according to Deepak Shenoy.
SEBI in its interim order passed in 2017 "prima facie" found that the entities had engaged in the manipulative practice of sending SMS to the investors recommending buying of Supreme Tex's shares.
Sebi’s move has only cleared a contentious point and nothing changes on the ground
The IPO would be by way of offer for sale by the Union government of 17,600,000 shares, equivalent to 25 per cent of the post-offer, paid-up equity share capital.
This move will prompt fund managers to float independent commodity funds or commodity dedicated funds and hybrid schemes
The Sebi board also approved a proposal to grant permanent registration to custodians, instead of periodical renewal every year. Sebi said it would facilitate ease of doing business for custodians.
Confidential IPO filings work, like it has in the US. But, the regulator must maintain confidentiality at its end as well.
Sebi Chairman Ajay Tyagi apprised Jaitley of the recent developments in the Indian capital market after the finance minister's customary post-Union Budget address here to the board of the regulatory authority.
To make it easier for new-age startups to get listed in stock market and raise funds, Sebi's board also approved a new set of norms to help investors get accredited for investments in such entities.
SEBI has observed that NEFM, with the help of other entities, acquired an influential beneficiary position in Mentha Oil Contracts through unfair means.
Infosys fined Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, independent director, for Rs 9.5 lakh for trading 1,600 share without obtaining pre-clearance for trade, the company said in its BSE filing on Thursday.
The regulator, he said, has also allowed alternative investment funds (AIFs) of category III to participate in the commodity space. All contracts will be settled by delivery.