SEBI comes out with operational framework for transactions in defaulted debt securities, to be implemented from 1 July onwards
Markets regulator SEBI allowed transactions in defaulted debt securities and put in place operational framework for such transactions
Decriminalise 46 more offences under companies law; lower monetary penalties for startups violations, says panel report
The Company Law Committee, chaired by Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas, has also recommended providing power to enhance thresholds for the applicability of CSR requirements under the Companies Act, 2013
SEBI has now finalised the draft amendments to the prudential norms for mutual fund schemes for investment in debt and money market instruments.
Glenmark Q4 net profit up 6.62% at Rs 162 cr; board approves raising funds up to $200 mn through debt securities
Glenmark Pharma's consolidated revenue for 2018-19 stood at Rs 9,865.46 crore, compared to Rs 9,103.07 crore in the preceding fiscal.
In 2017, Sebi eased rules governing the issuance of municipal bonds in order to boost such bond market
SEBI seeks to make mutual funds' valuation process fairer; eases norms for raising funds via investment trusts
The board also approved a proposal to bring uniformity and consistency across the mutual fund industry on valuation of money market and debt securities rated below investment grade, SEBI said.
As per Sebi, the current practice of pricing of corporate bonds varies for different classes of regulated entities and this impacts trading in the secondary market.
Sebi has noted that listed companies are submitting certificates to the exchanges only when they have made timely payment of their debt obligations and not otherwise.
SKS Microfinance today said it has raised Rs 200 crore by selling loans to a state-run bank through a securitisation deal
Market regulator Sebi has introduced guidelines which allows companies to file a document for listing of debt securities issued through private placement.
Over 1,500 Indian companies raised a whopping Rs 2.39 lakh crore through private placement of debt securities or bonds in the first eight months of the year.
India companies raised a whopping Rs 64,250 crore through private placement of debt securities or bonds in April-June quarter, a sharp increase of 29 percent compared to the year-ago period, according to a report.