DLF appeals for interim appeal on 3-year ban from capital market

DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property company, on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from a three-year ban from accessing capital markets by the regulator.<br />

hidden October 22, 2014 12:42:26 IST
DLF appeals for interim appeal on 3-year ban from capital market

DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property company, on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from a three-year ban from accessing capital markets by the regulator.

DLF lodged its appeal with the Securities Appellate Tribunal, which will conduct its next hearing on October 30.

In its harshest ever punishment, the Securities and Exchange Board of India barred DLF from capital markets, penalising it for failing to disclose key information at the time of its record-breaking 2007 market listing.

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