Markets regulator SEBI on Wednesday asked listed companies to make a disclosure about the impact of coronavirus pandemic on their business to investors and stakeholders in a timely and cogent manner
Market regulator SEBI has said that entities providing capital and debt market services will continue to remain operational during the nationwide lockdown which has been extended for another two weeks contain the spread of COVID-19
SEBI on Tuesday extended the validity of regulatory approval for launching initial public offering and rights issue by six months in the wake of coronavirus pandemic
Regulator SEBI on Monday said stricter surveillance measures to tackle market volatility amid coronavirus pandemic will continue till 28 May
Markets regulator SEBI on Friday eased compliance rules for listed companies with regard to prior intimation to stock exchanges about board meetings amid the extended nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirus pandemic
Markets regulator SEBI on Thursday relaxed compliance norms for depository participants, stock brokers and share transfer agents with regard to the processing of demat request and KYC application amid the coronavirus pandemic
Investments in the Indian capital market through participatory notes (P-notes) continue to decline and hit a nearly 11-year low of Rs 64,537 crore till the end of December 2019
Finance Ministry invites applications for new SEBI chief; Ajay Tyagi's three-year term comes to end next month
The Finance Ministry has invited applications for the next chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to succeed Ajay Tyagi, whose three-year term comes to an end next month
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"
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
US market regulator SEC will be seeking cooperation from its Indian counterpart SEBI in its probe into Infosys, which has been rocked by whistleblower complaints of several alleged irregularities, sources said on Friday
Infosys row: National Financial Reporting Authority to look into alleged accounting irregularities at IT-company
The government has asked the National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA) to look into alleged accounting irregularities at Infosys in the wake of whistleblower complaints, a senior official said on Thursday
Infosys shares on Thursday declined over 2 percent after the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and US Securities and Exchange Commission initiated probe following the whistleblower complaints
IRCTC IPO opens today, price band fixed at Rs 315-320 a share; all you need to know about the new offer
The state-run Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will launch its initial public offering (IPO) on 30 September.
IRCTC may launch IPO on 30 September as buoyancy returns to stock markets post-corporate tax cut; hopes to raise up to Rs 600 cr
Last month, IRCTC had filed draft papers with markets regulator SEBI for its IPO.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has impleaded the market regulator SEBI as a party in a petition filed by Reliance Industries Ltd, which is seeking a waiver in delisting procedure for Alok Industries
Amid concerns over banks citing 'client confidentiality' to resist sharing of information on delayed loan repayments and possible defaults by their borrowers, capital market regulator SEBI on Wednesday announced new norms to make it mandatory for companies to provide these details to credit rating agencies
NDTV says SEBI order asking Prannoy and Radhika Roy to step down as directors 'bad in law'; duo to challenge market regulator in court
The Roy couple has also been barred from holding a board or key managerial position at any other listed company for one year, SEBI said while coming down heavily on them and RRPR Holdings Pvt Ltd for what it termed as violation of various regulations by keeping minority shareholders in the dark about three loan agreements.
Some foreign investors in India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE) are urging the bourse not to challenge the penalty and instead focus on doing a long-awaited initial public offering