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Relax compliance of Regulation 76 of SEBI- ICSI to NSDl & CDSL

ICSI Request for relaxation from compliance with the provisions of Regulation 76 of the SEBI (Depositories and Participants) Regulations, 2018 to CDSL and NSDL....

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SEBI Consultation Paper on Relaxation with respect to QIP issues

The objective of SEBI Consultation Paper on Relaxation with respect to QIP issues is to seek comments / views from the public and market intermediaries on relaxation with respect to requirement of 6 month gap between two successive QIP issues....

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Consultation Paper on Amendment to SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009 for Schemes of Arrangement

The objective of Consultation Paper on Amendment to SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009 for Schemes of Arrangement is to seek comments / views from the public on proposal relating to a scheme of arrangement between a listed holding company and its listed subsidiary wherein the listed subsidiary is desirous of getting deli...

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SEBI Paper with Respect to Guarantees Provided by A Listed Company

Section 185 of the Companies Act 2013 restricts the companies to extend any loan or provide any guarantees/ securities in connection with a loan to any of its directors or his/her related entities, subject to exemptions mentioned therein....

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Consultative paper on e-voting facility provided by listed entities

There are multiple e-voting service providers (ESPs) providing e-voting facility to listed entities in India. This necessitates registration on various ESPs and maintenance of multiple user IDs and passwords by shareholders....

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Consultation paper on Review of Regulatory Framework for Corporate bonds & Debenture Trustees

The objective of the consultation paper is to seek comments/views from the public on the proposals that are expected to strengthen the regulatory framework for Corporate bonds, secure the interest of the debenture holders, enhance the role of the Debenture Trustees (DTs) and empower them to effectively discharge their responsibilities tow...

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Discussion paper on proposed changes to SEBI Takeover Regulations

The objective of this discussion paper is to seek comments / views from the public on the proposed amendments in Securities and Exchange Board of India (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011...

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What to expect in 2020, for Listed Companies & entities regulated by SEBI?

What is SEBI? Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is a statutory regulatory body which is owned by Government of India. Its main objective is to ensure that whether the Indian capital market is working in a systematic manner by providing investors a transparent environment for their investment in business. The primary reason f...

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Report of SEBI Working Group on Related Party Transactions

A related party transaction is a transfer of resources, services or obligations between two parties, irrespective of whether a price is charged or not. With respect to a corporate entity, related parties would broadly consist of its executives, directors or promoters, who are responsible for making decisions for the corporate entity....

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Discussion Paper on ‘Usage of pool accounts in Mutual Fund Transactions’

i. Pooling of funds/units by Stock Brokers, MFDs, IAs and other platforms may be discontinued for Mutual Fund Transactions. For implementation of the same, following may be ensured:...

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