Features Of Sebi Essays and Term Papers

  • 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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  • Ulips War Between Indian Regulators

    REGULATORS Genesis of the War At present 70% of the business premium for most insurance companies comes from ULIPs coming in thousands. The genesis of the SEBI order goes back to feud between MFs & insurance companies. When IRDA started issuing ULIPs about 5-6yrs ago, it offered huge commissions to insurance...

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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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  • Corporate Governance

    merger of the two companies. SEBI, suspecting insider trading, conducted enquiries, and after about 15 months, in August 1997, SEBI issued a show cause notice to the Chairman, all Executive Directors, the Company Secretary and the then Chairman of HLL. Later in March 1998 SEBI passed an order charging HLL...

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  • Sebi Asks

    05/08/2012 Sebi asks FIIs for details of 'end beneficiaries' Welcome, Guest Login | Register Sunday, Aug 05, 2012 Home | Markets & Investing Advanced Search RSS Content Guide Follow us on | Companies & Industry | Banking & Finance | Economy & Policy | Opinion | Life & Leisure | Mgmt &...

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  • Sme Stock Exchange

    came to the next platform on the BSE. This was also not very successful. To address the special needs of SMEs, SEBI came up with fresh guidelines recently. Among the major initiatives, SEBI has proposed to exempt companies listed on SME exchanges from eligibility norms for initial public offers (IPOs)...

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  • Prospectus

    when shares are placed privately. EXCLUSIVE AUTHORITY TO SEBI'S TO DEAL WITH MARKET RELATED MATTERS (SECTION 55A) • Section 55A confers power on SEBI to deal exclusively in respect of listed/to be listed companies in the following areas relating to issue and transfer of securities and non-payment...

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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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  • Business Investor Protection Guidelines

    and an underperforming economy have eroded investment options, and require enhanced investing skills. Mission of SEBI Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) formed under the SEBI Act, 1992 with the prime objective of • Protecting the interests of investors in securities. Investors are the...

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  • IPO structure

    companies which seeks the capital in order to finance their investments for expansion of existing structure is sold on a securities market regulated by SEBI (Securities exchange Board of India) & commonly done by privately owned companies which transforms into publicly traded company. Steps involved in...

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  • Market Instrument

    | Equity Shares | Ltd. Liability | Ltd. Liability Company | Primary market upon first issue of shares & thereafter secondary market trading | SEBI | Perpetual (till the firm lasts/ forever) | High (market risk, operational risk, financing risk), limited to the extent of face value of the share...

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  • investor protection

    PRIMARY MARKET (IPOs) THROUGH ISSUE OF CAPITAL AND DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS (ICDR) 1. INTRODUCTION We have discussed in previous chapter that SEBI has wide powers to regulate the securities market and to protect the interest of investors in primary market as well as secondary market. The board...

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  • Exchange Platform for Small and Medium

    Platform for Small and Medium Enterprises in India I. Introduction Following receipt of final approvals from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)2, the main stock exchanges of India, the BSE Limited3 (BSE, formerly known as the Bombay Stock Exchange Limited) and The National Stock Exchange...

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  • Insider Trading in India-an Analysis of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

    in 1992, the SEBI Act was introduced. The SEBI Act, 1992 in turn used its power to formulate a number of regulations and thus as one of those regulations, the SEBI (Insider Trading) Regulations was born. Later on, the said regulations were amended in 2002 and now it is known as the SEBI (Prohibition...

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  • Primary Market

    Public Offers (IPOs), the existing SEBI norm for IPO was relaxed by stipulating “ability to pay” in place of “actual payment of dividend”. Keeping in view the changes in capital market flowing from free pricing of shares and free access to market for funds, SEBI dispensed with the requirement to...

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  • Economics

    IE »   Story Investor refund: Sahara Group moves SC on SAT order dismissing its appeal vs SEBI Hyundai December Delight  Hyundai.co.in/DecembAmazing offers on all Hyundai cars  Limited period offer. Hurry! Ads by Google   | Agencies : New Delhi, Fri Nov 30 2012, 11:56 hrs Sahara Group today...

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  • hedging

    market forces to determine their own regulation through market discipline), the Indian securities regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has experienced a checkered history of regulating hedge funds while always adopting a somewhat cautious approach. It has employed different regulatory...

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  • Merchant Banking

    Supporting Capital Market Service Branches  Refund Paid / Payable MERCHANT BANKERS ASSIGNMENTS: At present, the Bank is holding following Licenses from SEBI:  Merchant Banker  Banker to the Issue  Underwriting  Debenture Trustee 1. Bankers To The Issue (Collecting Banker):  'Bankers to the Issue' business...

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  • Consumer Awareness

    prospective customers” is selected keeping in mind the following OBJECTIVES. * To know where people prefer to invest. * To know what are products features investors are looking into. * To know whether people are interested in knowing about mutual fund. * To know what people looking from their...

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  • Mfi Questions

    c) 1988 d) 1995 21. The organization responsible for a comprehensive set of regulations for all mutual funds in India is : a) RBI b) SEBI c) AMFI d) SHCIL 22. The 1999 Union Government budget helped the Mutual Fund industry by a) Regulating the practices in MF industry ...

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