BSE to discontinue liquidity enhancement scheme for equity derivatives from 11 June

Under the LES, brokers and other market intermediaries are given incentives for a specified period of time to bring in and generate investor interest in securities that have limited trading activity.

Press Trust of India May 28, 2020 16:26:08 IST
BSE to discontinue liquidity enhancement scheme for equity derivatives from 11 June

New Delhi: Leading stock exchange BSE has said it will discontinue liquidity enhancement scheme (LES) for equity derivatives segment from 11 June.

The exchange had introduced LES in equity derivative segment in August 2019.

The scheme was provided on index futures and options and 50 stock futures and options.

"The exchange shall discontinue the LES...with effect from 11 June 2020," BSE said in a circular.

Under the LES, brokers and other market intermediaries are given incentives for a specified period of time to bring in and generate investor interest in securities that have limited trading activity.

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