• Transport Policy
    CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE SEBI BOARD* Shri G. N. BAJPAI Chairman Shri Vinod Dhall Secretary Department of Company Affairs Ministry of Finance Government of India Shri G. P. Muniappan Deputy Governor Reserve Bank of India Shri Dhirendra Swarup Additional Secretary Department of...
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  • Satyam Scam
    became the fourth largest outsourcing company in India. The business community recognized Satyam as a global leader in information technology outsourcing. At the peak of its business, Satyam employed nearly 50,000 employees and operated in 67 countries. 2. Satyams achievements...
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  • Portfolio Management
    trading, discounts, etc., to achieve their targeted returns to the clients, which are also prohibited by SEBI. The recent CBI probe into the operations of many market dealers has revealed the unscrupulous practices by banks, dealers and brokers in their Portfolio Operations. The SEBI has then...
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  • Business Journalism
    over Financial Terms of Various Athourities. ------------------------------------------------- [edit]Major achievements SEBI has enjoyed success as a regulator by pushing systemic reforms aggressively and successively. SEBI is credited for quick movement towards making the markets electronic and...
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  • Question Bank of Mfs
    Commerce Financial Market EQUITY MARKETS 1. Discuss the role of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in regulating the Financial markets in India. Also briefly explain the major achievements of SEBI since its inception. 2. What is a 'financial market' ? Discuss the components of Indian...
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  • Indian Stock Exchange
    . delegate powers exercisable by it. 9. prosecute and judge directly the violation of certain provisions of the companies Act. 10. power to impose monetry penalties. Achievements------ SEBI has enjoyed success as a regulator by pushing systemic reforms aggressively and successively. SEBI is...
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  • cyber crime
    (PMAC) 6. Secondary Market Advisory Committee (SMAC) 7. Mutual Fund Advisory Committee 8. Corporate Bonds & Securitization Advisory Committee Major achievements[edit] SEBI has enjoyed success as a regulator by pushing systematic reforms aggressively and successively. SEBI is credited for quick...
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  • Project
    Securities and Exchange Board of India Annual Report 2000-2001 PART III FUNCTIONS OF SEBI IN RESPECT OF MATTERS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 11 OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA ACT, 1992 A] REGULATION OF BUSINESS IN THE STOCK EXCHANGES The SEBI has been inspecting all the stock...
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  • Business Environment
    Securities and Exchange Board of India The Securities and Exchange Board of India (frequently abbreviated SEBI) is the regulator for the securities market in India. It was established on 12 April 1992 through the SEBI Act, 1992. The SEBI is managed by its members, which consists of following: a...
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  • Fvcs in India
    between VC and private equity: 4 What kinds of businesses are attractive to venture capitalists: 4 Process of investment by VC investors: 4 Private equity investments in India: a legal and structural overview 6 Structuring of venture capital funds 6 The regulatory framework 8 The SEBI...
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  • Project
    it, consisting of advantages and disadvantages. Moreover, it needs to be balanced, and this is done by the Regulatory Bodies such as The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), so that it does not fall on one side. Due to this property of an IPO, it has been referred to as a “Coin” in this...
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  • essay
    activities of an enterprise in accordance with well-defined policies and in achievement of its pre-defined objectives. Now let's comprehend the meaning of term Portfolio Management. Portfolio Management (PM) guides the investor in a method of selecting the best available securities that will provide the...
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  • Index
    | | | |2.5. R AND T AGENT | | |3 |SEBI |12 | | |3.1. BROKERS...
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  • Satyam Scam
    & Mr. Ramalingam Raju confessed and notified SEBI of having falsified the account. Raju confessed that Satyam’s balance sheet of 30 September 2008 contained: * Inflated figures for cash and bank balances of Rs 5,040 crores (US$ 1.04 billion) [as against Rs 5,361 crores (US$ 1.1 billion...
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  • Ghgggg
    .) 2006 10th – ICSE Board (II Div.) 2004 ACADEMIC / PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Volunteer under Northern Region HR Summit under NHRD, by Lucknow Chapter • Appointed as Co-ordinator by IIT Delhi in its Workshop under Campus2day • Event Chair of...
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  • Satyam Case
    Warehousing and Business Intelligence solutions provider. Achievements of Satyam Computers: 1. First Indian IT Company to get ITAA Certification for Y2K Solutions. 2. Satyam Info way is the first Indian Internet company to be listed on NASDAQ. 3. Declared one of '100 Most...
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  • Stock Market Works
    deep steady capital market reforms to which it has contributed, will payoff. The paper has enumerated the pluses and minuses of regulation in the context of capital market development in India; the many achievements and further potential, improvements. Following general principles allowed Sebi the...
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  • Initial Public Offer
    IPO’s. All IPO’s, including Indraprastha Gas and TV Today Network which was oversubscribed 51 times showed the growing appetite for primary issues. SEBI has taken enough care to force companies to make relevant disclosures for the investor to judge the quality of new issues. Besides, the companies...
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  • Merchant Banking by Imran
    track imp happenings in the market on ongoing basis. 3. Liasioning ability: Merchant bankers are required to liaison with SEBI, RBI, the stock exchanges, depositories and other government authorities for public issue related duties. It is imperative that a merchant bank maintains...
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  • Merchant Banking
    the syndicate. The banks then negotiate the terms of lending on the basis of witch the final allocation is done. Registration of merchant banker…. Registration with SEBI is mandatory to carry out the business of merchant banking in India. An application should comply with the following norms...
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