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Case Study – National Spot Exchange Limited

SEBI - As you are aware that the management of a company is supposed to work in the best interest of the shareholders, however in practice it may pursue its own agenda and that leads to the agency conflicts. Since corporates are legal entities and managed by natural persons and they collectively called Board of Directors. The […]...

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Why Should You Be Cautious In A Bull Market?

SEBI - As you are aware that increasing Stock Market of a country is the indication of strong economic and industrial development for a country. The increasing Stock Indices shows the confidence of people in the economy and government of the company. Stock markets are vital components of a free-market economy because they enable democratized ac...

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Why two stock exchanges in India?

SEBI - 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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Stock Exchange Working in India- Comparative study of BSE & NSE

SEBI - Working of Stock Exchange in India- A Comparative study of BSE & NSE Introduction to the Indian Stock Market- ♦ The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) are the two main stock exchanges in India (NSE). An initial public offering (IPO) is when a company initially lists its stock on a […]...

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All you need to know about BASL Membership

SEBI - All you need to know about BSE Administration and Supervision Limited (BASL) Membership BSE Administration and Supervision Limited (BASL), a wholly owned subsidiary of BSE Limited has been granted recognition as Investment Adviser and Supervisory Body (IAASB) in accordance to SEBI (Investment Advisers) Regulations, 2013. BASL will adminis...

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Advisory on Payment of fees in connection with filings made with SEBI

SEBI - The BSE Exchange has received a communication from SEBI  regarding payment of fees in connection the filings made with the SEBI. Payment of fees in terms of SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2018, SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011, SEBI (Buyback of Securities) Regulati...

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Guidance Note on disclosure of Related Party Transactions

SEBI - What does ‘Where a transaction is undertaken between members of the consolidated entity (between the listed entity and its subsidiary or between subsidiaries), it may be reported once’ in point 2 of notes in new SEBI format, mean?...

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Updated FAQ’s on Regulation 17(1C) of SEBI(LODR) Regulations, 2015

SEBI - As per newly inserted regulation 17(1C) the listed entity shall ensure that approval of shareholders for appointment of a person on the Board of Directors is taken at the next general meeting or within a time period of three months from the date of appointment, whichever is earlier. Whether the said new provision shall be applicable to di...

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Update KYC in Demat & Trading Account by 31st December 2021

SEBI - Last date for updating KYC in Demat and Trading is 31st December 2021 Update your KYC else your Demat and Trading account will be made inactive. All Investors are requested to take note that as per Regulatory guidelines, 6-KYC attributes i.e. Name, PAN, Address, Mobile Number, Email-ID and Income Range have been made mandatory. This [&hel...

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Roadmap for introduction of T+1 rolling settlement cycle in equity market

SEBI - SEBI, on September 07, 2021, permitted Stock exchanges to introduce T+1 settlement cycle from January 01, 2022 on any of the securities available in the equity segment....

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Loss on dividend stripping transactions cannot be disallowed for years prior to introduction of specific anti-avoidance provisions

CIT Vs M/s. Walfort Share & Stock Brokers P. Ltd. (Supreme Court of India) - S. 94(7) was inserted prospectively w.e.f. 1.4.2002 to disallow dividend stripping losses. If the argument of the Revenue that even transactions prior to s. 94(7) can be disallowed is accepted, it will render s. 94(7) redundant and also lead to anomalous results....

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Section 4 of SCR Act, 1956 does not require publication of pre-recognition Rules and Bye-laws of a Stock

Mahesh Ratilal Shah Vs Union of India (Supreme Court of India) - As would be evident from the pleadings and submissions made on behalf of the respective arties, the main question which we are called upon to consider is whether in the absence of publication of the Rules and Bye-laws of the Bombay Stock Exchange, which had been framed prior to its recognition in 19...

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Allowability of depreciation on the Bombay Stock Exchange Membership Card

CIT Vs Techno Shares & Shares Limited and Various other Stock Broking Houses (Bombay High Court) - Recently, the Bombay High Court in the case of CIT v. Techno Shares & Shares Limited and Various other Stock Broking Houses (ITA no. 971 of 2006 and 218 of 2007) held that the depreciation cannot be granted on Bombay Stock Exchange Membership Card (BSE card) acquired on or after 1 April 1998 either ...

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AAR on tax rate applicable to a foreign company on LTCG accruing to it on sale of shares in Indian company

Fujitsu Services Ltd., In re (Authority for Advance Rulings) - The applicant is a non-resident Company incorporated in United Kingdom. It is engaged in the business of information technology services. The applicant acquired the shares in Zensar Technologies Limited (for short `Zensar'), an Indian company by making payments in foreign currency between 1963 and 1...

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Format of Initial & Annual Disclosure to be made by an entity identified as a ‘Large Corporate’

Notification No. 20220427-2 - (27/04/2022) - Companies which are identified as Large Corporate under above mentioned SEBI Circular are required to file the Initial Disclosure through Annexure A as well as Annual Disclosure through Annexure B1 for Financial Year 2020 and 2021....

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XBRL based filing of Statement of investor compliant under Regulation 13(3) for Listed Companies

Notice No. 20220412-39 - (12/04/2022) - With a view to making the disclosure more accurate and efficient, the Exchange in consultation with SEBI, is introducing a facility of filing of statement of redressal of investor grievance in XBRL mode under Regulation 13 (3) of “LODR Regulations” with immediate effect....

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Processing of waiver applications by Exchanges in case of commonly listed entities

Notice No. 20220331-52 - (31/03/2022) - SEBI directed the Exchanges to put in place a framework to monitor submissions made by listed entities and to initiate actions such as levy of penalties, moving of security to ‘Z’ category, freezing of promoter holdings and suspension of trading in securities of non-compliant listed entities...

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BSE revises Annual Listing Fees for securities & Privately Placed Debt Instruments

Notice No. 20220326-1, Notice No.  20220326-2 - (26/03/2022) - BSE has vide Notice No. 20220326-1 Dated 26 Mar 2022 revised its Annual Listing Fees to be paid by the listed entities for listing of its securities on the Exchange and vide Notice No.  20220326-2 Dated 26 Mar 2022 it has revised its Annual Listing Fees to be paid by the listed entities for listing...

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NSE Releases New Digital Portal for filing of Information

Circular Ref. No: NSE/CML/2022/09 - (17/02/2022) - Release of New Digital Portal for filing of Information with the Exchange – for Equity Announcements & Disclosures under SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011...

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Advisory on Payment of fees in connection with filings made with SEBI

The BSE Exchange has received a communication from SEBI  regarding payment of fees in connection the filings made with the SEBI. Payment of fees in terms of SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2018, SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011, SEBI (Buyback of Securities) Regulati...

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Format of Initial & Annual Disclosure to be made by an entity identified as a ‘Large Corporate’

Notification No. 20220427-2 27/04/2022

Companies which are identified as Large Corporate under above mentioned SEBI Circular are required to file the Initial Disclosure through Annexure A as well as Annual Disclosure through Annexure B1 for Financial Year 2020 and 2021....

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Guidance Note on disclosure of Related Party Transactions

What does ‘Where a transaction is undertaken between members of the consolidated entity (between the listed entity and its subsidiary or between subsidiaries), it may be reported once’ in point 2 of notes in new SEBI format, mean?...

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Posted Under: SEBI |

XBRL based filing of Statement of investor compliant under Regulation 13(3) for Listed Companies

Notice No. 20220412-39 12/04/2022

With a view to making the disclosure more accurate and efficient, the Exchange in consultation with SEBI, is introducing a facility of filing of statement of redressal of investor grievance in XBRL mode under Regulation 13 (3) of “LODR Regulations” with immediate effect....

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Updated FAQ’s on Regulation 17(1C) of SEBI(LODR) Regulations, 2015

As per newly inserted regulation 17(1C) the listed entity shall ensure that approval of shareholders for appointment of a person on the Board of Directors is taken at the next general meeting or within a time period of three months from the date of appointment, whichever is earlier. Whether the said new provision shall be applicable to di...

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Posted Under: SEBI |

Processing of waiver applications by Exchanges in case of commonly listed entities

Notice No. 20220331-52 31/03/2022

SEBI directed the Exchanges to put in place a framework to monitor submissions made by listed entities and to initiate actions such as levy of penalties, moving of security to ‘Z’ category, freezing of promoter holdings and suspension of trading in securities of non-compliant listed entities...

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BSE revises Annual Listing Fees for securities & Privately Placed Debt Instruments

Notice No. 20220326-1, Notice No.  20220326-2 26/03/2022

BSE has vide Notice No. 20220326-1 Dated 26 Mar 2022 revised its Annual Listing Fees to be paid by the listed entities for listing of its securities on the Exchange and vide Notice No.  20220326-2 Dated 26 Mar 2022 it has revised its Annual Listing Fees to be paid by the listed entities for listing […]...

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Case Study – National Spot Exchange Limited

As you are aware that the management of a company is supposed to work in the best interest of the shareholders, however in practice it may pursue its own agenda and that leads to the agency conflicts. Since corporates are legal entities and managed by natural persons and they collectively called Board of Directors. The […]...

Read More
Posted Under: SEBI |

NSE Releases New Digital Portal for filing of Information

Circular Ref. No: NSE/CML/2022/09 17/02/2022

Release of New Digital Portal for filing of Information with the Exchange – for Equity Announcements & Disclosures under SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011...

Read More

Why Should You Be Cautious In A Bull Market?

As you are aware that increasing Stock Market of a country is the indication of strong economic and industrial development for a country. The increasing Stock Indices shows the confidence of people in the economy and government of the company. Stock markets are vital components of a free-market economy because they enable democratized ac...

Read More
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