With regulator Sebi mulling removal of suspended companies from the capital markets, top bourse BSE has already sent notices to 509 firms to either apply for revocation of suspension or opt for delisting.
Unhappy with credit rating agencies for limited disclosure when they suspend ratings, Sebi Chairman U K Sinha today said the regulator cannot "tolerate" these practices as investors have the right to know about the reasons be
Tackling black money growth is not the task of Sebi but it is pro-active in curbing market manipulations and information about tax evasion that comes to its notice is passed on to the authorities concerned, its chief U K Sinh
Sebi chairman UK Sinha defends relaxing of norms for listing start-ups, talks of steps the regulator has taken to boost retail investor confidence, says some of Sebi’s rules are “more stringent” than that of the Compani
In a stern warning to corporates seeking to settle their capital market crimes, Sebi has said anyone committing a serious offence must face the axe and any settlement plea would not be entertained in such cases.
Confident that reforms in IPO market will improve ease of doing business in the country, Sebi chief U K Sinha has said the regulator is also determined to bring fraudsters to book and has attached assets worth Rs 2,000 crore
Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) chairman UK Sinha on Tuesday came down heavily on mutual fund houses for lack of discipline on upfront commissions and warned them of punitive action if corrective measures were n
To encourage more than 3,100 technology start-ups and new-age companies, the Sebi permitted such firms to list on institutional trading platforms (ITP) with an easy disclosure regime allowing them alternative funding options.
Ushering in a wave of technology- driven reforms, regulator Sebi on Tuesday allowed startups to list and raise funds with an easier set of norms within India, while it made investments cheque-free for all IPOs.