• Role of Sebi
    effective has SEBI been? The economic growth of developing countries such as India, needs both well-developed financial markets and regulation that ensures an orderly functioning of these markets. The regulatory bodies in India are governed by special statutes that enjoy different legal powers. Professor...
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  • Sebi
    SEBI, Established in 1988 and became a fully autonomous body by the year 1992 with defined responsibilities to cover both development & regulation of the market. Region wise SEBI addresses and contact numbers are given so that investor grievances regarding CIS and for any other information may be contacted...
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  • Sahara vs Sebi Case
    meanwhile, SEBI i.e. Securities and Exchange Board of India, in Nov 2010, had restrained the above two companies from raising funds in the form of Optionally Fully Convertible Debentures (OFCD), against which in Dec 2010, Sahara got SEBI order stayed in Allahabad High Court. In Jan 2011, SEBI issued advertisements...
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  • Sebi Act of 1992
    SEBI ACT & THE ROLE OF SEBI IN THE STOCK MARKETS Sr no. | Topic | Pg no. | | | | 1. | ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS | 2 | 2. | APPLICATION SUPPORTED BY BLOCKED AMOUNTS | 3 | 3. | COMPOUNDING OF OFFENCES | 8 | 4. | DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS | 13 | 5. | CLAUSE 49 | 18 | 6. | SEBI &...
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  • Fiis - Regulations and Impact on India
    with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). They need to comply with the provisions of the Guidelines for Foreign Institutional Investors and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Foreign Institutional Investors) Regulations, 1995 (the "SEBI Regulations"). The majority of the foreign...
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  • Irda vs Sebi
    Controversies between SEBI & IRDA Flow of the presentation: * Reason of the dispute * Role & concepts of SEBI IRDA ULIP Mutual Fund * Difference between Mutual funds & ULIP * Complete story * Effects of dispute * news updates * opinion Presented...
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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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  • Sebi
    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...
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  • mutual fund
    BSE came in the following two years. NSE embarked on the launch of equity derivatives trading. BSE responded by political effort, with a friendly SEBI chairman (D. R. Mehta) aimed at blocking equity derivatives trading. The BSE and D. R. Mehta succeeded in delaying the onset of equity derivatives...
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  • Sebi Regulations and Guidelines to Investors
    Q) Examine the role of SEBI as a regulatory authority, regulation of capital markets leads to increase in investors’ protection. This assignment discusses the role played by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) as a regulator of Indian capital markets and discusses in depth the capital...
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  • Merchant Banking
    development of Securities industry * To analyze and regulate the functions of issue Management regulations * To perform the function of merchant banking as per the guidelines of rules and regulations of SEBI. * To draw a conclusion and suggestions based on analysis and experiences. Merchant Banking...
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  • Public Offer
    |Intermediaries in IPO |25 | |10. |SEBI Norms |29 | |11. |Marketing of IPO...
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  • Initial Public Offer
    organizations that need money to have an access to it and on the other hand, it helps the public in general to earn savings. Thus they perform the crucial function of bringing together the entries who are either financially scarce or who are financially slush. This helps generally in a smoother economic functioning...
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  • Insider Trading
    comprehensively deals with the different implications of the insider trading as well as the efficacy of the existing regulatory mechanism in place in the shape of SEBI (Prevention of Insider Trading) Regulation Act, 1992 to deal with this problem. The project has mainly focused on insider trading from Indian perspective...
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  • Law Paper Ca Final Examination
    & organizing functions for the insurer & * Procures life insurance business for the insurer by employing/causing to be employed insurance agents on behalf of the insurer Controller of insurance means officer appointed by CG to exercise all powers, discharge the functions & perform the...
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  • Cyber Laws and Rti
    also hacking activities directed towards individuals, families, organized by groups within networks, tending to cause fear among people, demonstrate power, collecting information relevant for ruining peoples' lives, robberies, blackmailing etc. Cyberextortion is a form of cyberterrorism in which a website...
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  • corporate governance
    finance of firms. There are various reforms which were channeled through a number of different paths with both the Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India (MCA) playing important roles. Pre-liberalization: During the initial years Indian...
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  • mutual funds
    Fund is a financial intermediary that pools the savings of investors for collective investments in a diversified portfolio of securities. According to SEBI (Mutual Funds) Regulations, 1996, a mutual fund is “a fund established in the form of a trust to raise money through the sale' of units to the public...
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  • Credit Risk Management
    Act, 1992 .............................................. 50 SEBI (Stock Brokers & Sub-brokers) Regulations, 1992....................................... 54 SEBI Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements (ICDR) Regulations 2009 ......... 63 SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992 ........
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  • Capital Market Reforms
    ----------------------------------------7 ➢ How Capital Market Reformed in India ------------------------------12 ➢ Recent Rules & Regulations Of SEBI --------------------------------29 ➢ Conclusions -------------------------------------------------------------67 ➢ Bibliography ----------------------------------------------------------------68 ...
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