Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI reaches out to market participants; discusses capital raising, disclosure issues
Tyagi said SEBI has been responding to market developments through appropriate measures in consultation with various stakeholders.
SEBI extends compliance norms for liquid funds till 30 June; deadline to submit cyber security audit reports relaxed
SEBI said that the existing open ended mutual fund schemes need to comply with the revised limits for sector exposure by 30 June.
SEBI cuts broker turnover fees, filing charges for draft papers; to implement revised margin framework for cash, derivative segments in June
In a separate circular, SEBI has extended the implementation of revised margin framework for cash and derivatives segments by one month till 1 June.
Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI gives extension to hold AGMs; grants 3-month's time to conduct yearly committee meetings
The SEBI has also provided temporary exemptions to listed companies from publishing of newspaper advertisement.
Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI eases compliance requirements for stock brokers, mutual funds; says closely monitoring situation in domestic market
With regard to relaxation to mutual fund houses, SEBI said deadline for half-yearly disclosures of financial results have been extended by one month till May 31.
SEBI probe suggests prima facie violations of norms in IndiGo related party transactions; shares plunge nearly 5%
IndiGo has been facing a probe by the SEBI ever since a public spat came to light between two founders of the airline, including over certain related party transactions involving one of the warring promoters.
SBI Cards and Payment Services, the credit card unit of the country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI), will hit the market with the initial public offering (IPO) on 2 March
SBI's credit card arm likely to launch IPO early next month; plans to raise Rs 9,000 cr via maiden issue
Last week, the SBI subsidiary received markets regulator the Securities and Exchange Board of India's (SEBI) approval to float an initial public offering.
IL&FS case: SEBI widens investigation into role of rating agencies; looks into possible systemic lapses at all five rating agencies
Grant Thornton said it identified multiple e-mails over the period from 2008 to 2018 which indicate that the IL&FS group was under stress or faced liquidity issues since 2015.
The SEBI conducted an investigation into the trading of the scrip of Exdon between May 2013 and March 2015, and found that the entities were connected to each other.
SEBI tweaks stock weightage norms for equity ETFs, index funds; three months given to comply with new rules
In a circular issued to all mutual funds and asset management companies, SEBI said an index used for equity ETFs or index funds should have at least 10 stocks as its constituents.
SEBI panel proposes direct listing of Indian firms on foreign bourses; market regulator seeks public opinion
Indian firms can list their debt securities directly on international exchanges through a security instrument known as 'Masala Bonds'.
SEBI issues norms for interoperability among clearing corporations; to be operationalised by June 2019
With an aim to reduce trading costs, market regulator SEBI on Tuesday came out with a framework for interoperability among CCPs, which will be operationalised by 1 June, 2019.
Bankers cannot get away with the self-serving excuse that they relied on the averments made and documents furnished by auditors and legal advisors
DLF, India's most heavily indebted property firm, has filed an appeal with the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) against a ban from tapping capital markets for three years, a spokeswoman for the appellate told Reuters.<br />
The whistleblower program was mandated by the Wall Street overhaul law enacted in 2010 in response to the financial crisis.
The market regulator is wielding an unprecedented level of control over how mutual funds operate, delaying new launches and dictating investment strategy, frustrated insiders in the embattled industry say.<br /><br />