Infosys on Friday said it has not received any request from SEBI for conducting further investigation in the whistleblower case where top executives were accused of rigging the company's balance sheet
Infosys whistleblower case: SEBI may call for forensic audit on allegations of financial irregularities in IT major
In October last year, Infosys had informed the stock exchanges of having received anonymous whistleblowers' complaints alleging certain unethical practices by the top management.
Corporate India garners Rs 8.7 lakh cr from domestic, overseas markets in 2019; debt preferred route
Of the total Rs 6.2 lakh crore mopped up through Indian debt markets, over Rs 6 lakh crore came from the private placement and Rs 16,425 crore through public issuance
In the aftermath of Karvy Stock Broking episode, capital market watchdog SEBI on Wednesday said the brokerage was indulging in activities which were "never allowed"
SEBI tightens disclosure norms on loan defaults, reduces time for rights issue to bolster capital markets
Sebi has made it compulsory for the top 1,000 listed companies to prepare annual business responsibility reports covering their activities related to environment and stakeholder relationships
With a view to keep retail investors away from portfolio management schemes (PMS), SEBI on Wednesday decided to raise the minimum investment amount of clients for such schemes to Rs 50 lakh from the earlier Rs 25 lakh
Fault lines exposed in mutual fund industry; several risky investments made for higher yields: SEBI Chairman Ajay Tyagi
In a tough message for returns-focussed mutual funds, regulator SEBI Chairman Ajay Tyagi on Tuesday said the industry has exposed its fault lines with several risky investments made for want of higher yields and it is high time for them to play as per the rule book and stop compromising on safety
SEBI chairman, Ajay Tyagi, on Friday said despite volatility in markets, the domestic capital market has performed better than its peers.
Shares of asset management companies tank up to 10% on SEBI's decision to slash charges levied by mutual funds
In a major overhaul of the fee structure that mutual funds charge from investors, SEBI on Tuesday decided to cap the total expenses for investment in such funds to 2.25 percent.
"The domestic markets are volatile, but they are globally volatile too. Our risk management economics are in place and manipulators will not be allowed to take advantage," SEBI chairman Ajay Tyagi said
India’s debt mutual fund managers need to be vigilant and appropriately value their investments in corporate papers, even as a bulk of the money comes from institutional investors, the chief of the country’s market regulator said on Thursday
Earlier this year Sebi had allowed the merger of equity and commodity exchanges under its proposed universal exchanges plan from October this year.
Besides Sebi, various other agencies, including the CBI, are looking into alleged lapses involving Chanda Kochhar and her family members with respect to loans extended by the lender to certain entities, including the Videocon group.
Serious Fraud Investigation Office to probe Fortis Healthcare, Religare Enterprises for alleged irregularities
The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) will initiate a probe into alleged financial irregularities at Fortis Healthcare and Religare Enterprises, according to a senior official
Sebi's move will allow major players like BSE, NSE to introduce commodity-backed financial instruments on their platforms, while MCX and NCDEX will be allowed to list equities and equity F&O
On convergence of stock and commodity exchanges, Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi said all bourses will be able to provide trading in all permitted products from 1 October, 2018 -- three years after the merger of erstwhile commodities regulator FMC with Sebi
Sebi conducts 'search and seizure' at premises of more than 30 market analysts, dealers in WhatsApp leak case
In a major crackdown against leak of price sensitive information about listed firms, market watchdog Sebi on Friday conducted searches at premises of more than 30 market analysts and dealers and seized documents, computers, mobiles and laptops
New York-based Moody's on Friday upgraded the sovereign credit ratings by a notch to 'Baa2' with a stable outlook citing improved growth prospects driven by economic and institutional reforms.