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  • Functions of Sebi

    FUNCTIONS OF SEBI SEBI is the nodal agency which protects the interests of an investor in the India market. Otherwise regulation of the capital markets is primarily the responsibility of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), which is located in Bombay. Some of the major functions of SEBI...

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  • Sebi: Functions and Responsibilities

    acquired statutory form in 1992 with SEBI Act 1992 Functions and Responsibilities SEBI has to be responsive to the needs of three groups,which constitute the market: the issuers of securities the investors the market intermediaries. SEBI has three functions rolled into one body quasi-legislative...

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  • Power Balance Bands Conclusion

    Conclusions The purpose of this experiment was to once and for all answer the question, “do the Power Balance Bands truly have an effect on a person’s balance strength and flexibility or is the whole thing a scam?” The company claims that the these bracelets have a hologram in it and when the hologram...

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  • Power &Functions of Courts in Bangladesh

    Power &Functions of Courts Introduction: We know that there are two main branches of our legal practices, they are Civil matters and another is Criminal matters. Civil matters are dealt by Civil Court and Criminal matters are dealt by Criminal Courts. The both Civil and Criminal Court are...

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  • Power as a Function of Dependence

    Power, as a function of dependence "Power refers to a capacity that A has to influence the behavior of B so that B acts in accordance with A's wishes." The potential of power does not need to be fully exploited in order to exert its pressuring effects. Moreover, power is most effective when there is...

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  • Power and Function of Language

    For my Power and Function of language assignment I have chosen research the language of police officers.. I chose this subject because I thought I wanted to find out a little bit how police officers communicate and I could interview my Dad. Dad has been a PO for about 25 years and has worked in many...

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  • Sebi

    SEBI - Introduction In 1988 the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established by the Government of India through an executive resolution, and was subsequently upgraded as a fully autonomous body (a statutory Board) in the year 1992 with the passing of the Securities and Exchange Board...

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  • Sebi

    Background   The SEBI had constituted a Committee on Corporate Governance under the Chairmanship of Shri N. R. Narayana Murthy to further improve the standards of corporate governance in India.   Based on this report, SEBI vide its circular dated 26th August 2003, has introduced some major amendments...

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  • Sebi

    “Review of SEBI (DIP) Guidelines 2000- Proposals - Series I” A. Recommendations made by the Primary Market Advisory Committee SEBI has constituted a standing committee, chaired by Shri M S Verma, Chairman, TRAI. This committee comprises representatives from ICAI, ICSI, investor associations, merchant...

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  • Sebi

    grading of IPOs: SEBI Board has granted in principle approval for introduction of optional "grading" of public issues by unlisted companies (viz. IPOs) by credit rating agencies registered with SEBI. IPO grading would not be mandatory. It would be solely at the option of the issuer company. SEBI will not certify...

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  • Sebi

    ------------------------------------------------- Introduction On April 12, 1988, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established with a dual objective of protecting the rights of small investors and regulating and developing the stock markets in India. In 1992, the Bombay Stock...

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  • Sebi

    d. Prof. G. Sethu, Officer on Special Duty, National Institute of Securities Markets e. Dr. K. M. Abraham, Whole Time Member, SEBI f. Shri J.N. Gupta, Executive Director, SEBI (Member Secretary). Under the terms of reference, the Committee needed to review and make recommendations on the following...

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  • Sebi

    Presentation Transcript CONTENT :  CONTENT What is E-banking? Development of E-banking RBI & E-banking Advantages of the E-Banking Disadvantages and Risk of E-banking Precaution of risk and security Persecutions What is E-banking? :  What is E-banking? Definition: The provision of banking...

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  • SEBI

    SEBI-Sahara OFCD case: Optionally fully-convertible debentures- Meaning explained 1. What is Debenture? 2. Difference between Bonds and Debentures? 3. Types of Debentures 4. What is Optionally fully-convertible debentures (OFCD)? 5. 2008-09: The game begins 6. 2011: SEBI Order 7. 2012: Supreme...

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  • Sebi

    Stream) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), is a statutory regulatory body established by an Act of Parliament, to protect the interests of investors in securities, to promote the development of and to regulate the securities market. SEBI invites applications from Indian citizens for the...

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  • Sebi

    present, there is no transparency related to prices in the Indian carbon credit market, which has kept sellers at the receiving end with no bargaining power....

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  • SEBI

    the participating firms. Secondarily, the selected partner-firm should o ,~ not exh~bit p p o r t ~ n i s mas well as the tendency to exploit the power Imbalance that may arise in Symbiotic agreements. The ability of a flrm to effect the success of the other partner-firm is another implicit reason...

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  • SEBI

    and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established by the Government of India through an executive resolution, and was subsequently upgraded as a fully autonomous body (a statutory Board) in the year 1992 with the passing of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act (SEBI Act) on 30th January 1992...

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  • Sebi

    |DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS IN SEBI (DISCLOSURE AND INVESTOR PROTECTION) GUIDELINES - RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MALEGAM COMMITTEE | |(ISSUED: November 14, 2002) ...

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  • Sebi

    Board Of India) CHAPTER III (Transfer Of Assets, Liabilities, etc., Of The Existing Securities And Exchange Board To The Board) CHAPTER IV (Powers And Functions Of The Board) CHAPTER V (Registration Certificate) CHAPTER VA (Prohibition Of Manipulative And Deceptive Devices, Insider Trading And Substantial...

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