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Pledging and Invoking Pledged Dematerialized Shares in India

Introduction As per Section 172 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 [ICA], pledge is a form of bailment where a debtor transfers their possession of an asset to the creditor as a security until the repayment of debt or fulfillment of promise. In India, it is a common practice for promoters of listed companies to […]...

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Obligations Under Takeover Code: A Detailed Overview

What is a Takeover? A takeover occurs when one company, known as the acquirer makes a successful bid to assume control of or acquire another company, also known as the target. A takeover can be done by purchasing majority share in target firm or commonly through the process of mergers and acquisitions.[1] Evolution of the […]...

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Upcoming Social Stock Exchange – A Gamechanger for Philanthropies in India?

The concept of a Social Stock Exchange (SSE) is rather new. It is a mechanism that allows companies engaging in work for the betterment of the society to raise finance in an environment that is quite similar to that of a stock market....

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Why two stock exchanges in India?

You might be wondering why I am saying it that there are two stock exchanges in India (BSE and NSE) however there are other stock exchanges also exists in India. But here I am talking about major Stock exchanges currently operating in India very effectively. Ever wondered if BSE was handling all the investments and […]...

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New SEBI regulations to fill gap between equity & debit listed entities

SEBI’s move of enforcing governance through new regulations that seems as a measure to fill the gap between equity and debit listed entities It is an undeniable fact that debt in India is mostly privately placed which largely involves the Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIBs). Public participation is almost negligible resulting in no in...

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Issue of right issue according to ICDR, 2018

RIGHTS ISSUE (Adhikar shares) Right share in common parlance,– Shares issue to existing shareholders by company, called right shares. According to section 62(1), shares issue to existing shares holder in the proportion to existing shareholder hold the shares in the company. Unless otherwise provided, SEBI (ICDR) Regulations,2018 sha...

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6th Amendment SEBI (LODR), 2015 – Related Party Transactions

SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) (Sixth Amendment) Regulations, 2021 pertaining to Related Party, Related Party Transactions, Prior Approvals and Disclosures What is the Change? On November 09, 2021, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) vide Notification No.  SEBI/LAD-NRO/GN/2021/55 has amended certain prov...

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SEBI LODR Regulations, 2015 Obligations of Listed Entity Which Listed its Specified Securities

Applicability (Reg. 15) > Applicable to a listed entity which has listed its specified securities on any recognised stock exchange(s) either on the main board or on SME Exchange or on Innovators Growth Platform. > Corporate Governance provisions as specified in Regulations 17-27 and Schedule-V shall not apply in respect of Listed en...

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SEBI tightens norms pertaining to Related Party Transactions (RPTs)

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA (LISTING OBLIGATIONS AND DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS) (SIXTH AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 2021 (09/11/2021)  

SEBI has recently amended the existing provisions pertaining to ‘Related Party’ and ‘Related Party Transactions’ vide notification of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) (Sixth Amendment) Regulations, 2021 on 9th November, 2021 to strengthen the monitoring of Related Party T...

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Checklist for Voluntary Delisting of shares from Stock Exchanges

Such delisting should not be pursuant to buyback of equity shares by the company or should not be pursuant to a preferential allotment made by the company unless a period of six months has elapsed from the date of completion of such buyback/ date of such allotment....

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