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IPO limit for individual investor enhanced

Corporate Law - The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has doubled the limit for maximum application for individual investors from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakhs across all public issues. However, there is no increase in the percentage allocation. This helps inv...

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RBI guideline on Issue and Pricing of Shares by Private Sector Banks

Corporate Law - (i) All banks should obtain RBI approval for IPOs. After listing on the stock exchanges, banks are free to price their subsequent issues. (ii) Issue price should be based on merchant banker's recommendation. There need be no reference to the CCI formula for deciding on the pricing of such issues....

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Guideline for Public Issue of Insurance Companies likely in April 2010

Corporate Law - The initial public offer guidelines for the insurance sector is likely to announced next month, the Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority (Irda) said on Monday. "The guidelines could take a month time and Sebi will take the final call," Irda chairman J Harinarayan said....

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SEBI appointed committee recommended limiting the period for participation by QIBs in the IPO to 2 or 3 days

Corporate Law - THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)-appointed primary market advisory committee (PMAC), which met on Thursday, has recommended limiting the period for participation by qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) in the subscription process of an IPO....

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SEBI considering relaxation in IPO, QIP, rights issue norms

Corporate Law - Raising funds from the bourses may soon become a simpler, shorter process, as the market regulator plans an overhaul of existing norms, taking them closer to standard global practices. According to an official close to the development, the Securities & Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will rework the norms for instruments such as quali...

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IPO limit for individual investor enhanced

Corporate Law - The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has doubled the limit for maximum application for individual investors from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakhs across all public issues. However, there is no increase in the percentage allocation. This helps inv...

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L&T Finance awaiting SEBI nod for IPO

Corporate Law - L&T Finance Holdings today said it is awaiting the nod of the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India for its initial public offering to raise Rs 1,500 crore....

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SEBI mulls separate days for retail and institutional investors

Corporate Law - As part of efforts to attract more retail investors to the stock market, Sebi is considering a proposal wherein the institutional investors would be first asked to submit their bids, possibly in the first two days, and then the remaining two days would be open only for retail investors, provided the IPO is open for four days....

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SEBI may simplify IPO application forms

Corporate Law - As part of efforts to attract more retail investors to the stock market, regulator SEBI is considering making applications forms simpler and shorter for public offers, including IPOs. Concerned over the lukewarm and ever-falling retail response to the primary market, SEBI is mulling over ways to win over small investors in this segment an...

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Coal India to come out with India's largest ever public offer to raise up to Rs 15,000 crore

Corporate Law - State-run Coal India Ltd is likely to hit the market by the third week of October with India's largest ever public offer to raise up to Rs 15,000 crore. The government is disinvesting 10 per cent of its stake in Coal India (CIL), the world's largest coal miner, through the IPO....

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IPO guidelines for life insurers to be ready this fiscal – Irda

NA - (22/01/2011) - Insurance watchdog Irda today said the guidelines for public float of life insurance companies will be ready this fiscal, while the non-life may take more time. "Initial Public Offering (IPO) guidelines for life insurance companies will be out soon....

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IRDA will soon issue circular on IPO guidelines for life insurance companies

NA - (23/11/2010) - Speaking at the graduation ceremony of Executive Programme in Insurance and Risk Management (EPIRM), Mr Hari Narayan said, “if there is an enhancement of FDI, there perhaps will be greater activity in the IPO space. Some companies will start completi...

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IRDA not in favour of allowing initial public offers by by insurance companies who have been in business for less than t

NA - (26/10/2010) - Insurance regulator IRDA is not in favour of allowing initial public offers (IPOs) by life insurers who have been in business for less than ten years, a condition holding up the IPO guidelines for the sector. The companies who have been operational f...

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IPO guidelines for life insurers to be ready this fiscal – Irda

NA (22/01/2011)

Insurance watchdog Irda today said the guidelines for public float of life insurance companies will be ready this fiscal, while the non-life may take more time. "Initial Public Offering (IPO) guidelines for life insurance companies will be out soon....

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IRDA will soon issue circular on IPO guidelines for life insurance companies

NA (23/11/2010)

Speaking at the graduation ceremony of Executive Programme in Insurance and Risk Management (EPIRM), Mr Hari Narayan said, “if there is an enhancement of FDI, there perhaps will be greater activity in the IPO space. Some companies will start completi...

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IPO limit for individual investor enhanced

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has doubled the limit for maximum application for individual investors from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakhs across all public issues. However, there is no increase in the percentage allocation. This helps inv...

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IRDA not in favour of allowing initial public offers by by insurance companies who have been in business for less than t

NA (26/10/2010)

Insurance regulator IRDA is not in favour of allowing initial public offers (IPOs) by life insurers who have been in business for less than ten years, a condition holding up the IPO guidelines for the sector. The companies who have been operational f...

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L&T Finance awaiting SEBI nod for IPO

L&T Finance Holdings today said it is awaiting the nod of the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India for its initial public offering to raise Rs 1,500 crore....

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SEBI mulls separate days for retail and institutional investors

As part of efforts to attract more retail investors to the stock market, Sebi is considering a proposal wherein the institutional investors would be first asked to submit their bids, possibly in the first two days, and then the remaining two days would be open only for retail investors, provided the IPO is open for four days....

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SEBI may simplify IPO application forms

As part of efforts to attract more retail investors to the stock market, regulator SEBI is considering making applications forms simpler and shorter for public offers, including IPOs. Concerned over the lukewarm and ever-falling retail response to the primary market, SEBI is mulling over ways to win over small investors in this segment an...

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Coal India to come out with India's largest ever public offer to raise up to Rs 15,000 crore

State-run Coal India Ltd is likely to hit the market by the third week of October with India's largest ever public offer to raise up to Rs 15,000 crore. The government is disinvesting 10 per cent of its stake in Coal India (CIL), the world's largest coal miner, through the IPO....

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Finance ministry may relax public shareholding rules

The Union finance ministry plans to define any equity placement prior to an Initial Public Offer as promoter shareholding for the purpose of calculating minimum public float. The new definition will be part of an amendment to the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Rules, 1957, that would prescribe a minimum public float of 25 per cent in a...

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SEBI imposes Rs 30 lakh fine in Suzlon IPO case

Market regulator SEBI today debarred one Chandrakant Amratlal Parekh from dealing in the stock market for one year for his alleged involvement in cornering shares meant for retail investors of Suzlon during its IPO....

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