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Sebi proposes framework for corporates borrowings from bond market
Posted on 21st July 2018
To deepen the corporate bonds market, the Securities and Exchange Board of India on Friday came out with a proposal that will require large corporates to raise 25 per cent borrowings through this route from next financial year.

The framework is proposed to be implemented from April 1 next year and the large corporates identified as on March 31, 2019 will have to garner at least 25 per cent of their borrowings made in 2019-20 through bond market, Sebi said in a consultation paper.

Posted on 19th July 2018
Markets regulator Sebi has ordered the attachment of bank and demat accounts as well as mutual fund holdings of Exelon Infrastructure and its three directors to recover dues of over Rs 46 lakh. In four separate but similarly worded orders dated July 12, the regulator said the four entities have not made payment of the dues within the stipulated time and there is sufficient reason to believe that they may dispose of the proceeds and securities in the respective bank and demat accounts.

Minimum public shareholding norm: Centre may seek deadline extension from Sebi for PSBs
Posted on 16th July 2018
The finance ministry may approach markets regulator Sebi to seek relaxation on the minimum 25% public shareholding norm for some public sector banks (PSBs).

There are 13 PSBs, including IDBI Bank and Bank of India, in which the Centre’s holding is more than 75%.

Digital payments: Sebi bars stock brokers from accepting cash from clients
Posted on 13th July 2018
Sebi on Thursday barred stock brokers from directly accepting cash from their clients as it looks to promote digital payments.

Besides, stock brokers are not permitted to receive cash deposits in their bank accounts from clients.

Sebi mulls compulsory delivery for metal derivatives contracts
Posted on 11th July 2018
The markets regulator is considering a proposal for delivery-based settlement of metal derivatives contracts.

Both the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) and National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) had proposals in this regard and these are being discussed with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).

AIFs cannot convert open-ended plans into closed-ended ones: Sebi
Posted on 7th July 2018
Alternative investment funds cannot convert their existing open-ended schemes to closed-ended and vice-versa, markets regulator Sebi said on Friday.

The clarifications have been given as part of an informal guidance sought by Singular India Opportunities Trust (SIOT), which is managed by Singular Capital India Advisors LLP, regarding certain aspects of AIF regulation.

Posted on 6th July 2018
In the high-profile case involving the alleged misuse of algo-trading and co-location facility by some brokers, Sebi is believed to have found serious lapses on the part of NSE and several others including former and existing seniors executives, a preliminary probe suggests.

After Sebi orders it to make open offer for NDTV shares, VCPL to appeal
Posted on 3rd July 2018
Vishvapradhan Commercial Pvt Ltd (VCPL) has decided to appeal against the Securities and Exchange Board of India's (Sebi's) order issued last Tuesday directing the company to make an open offer within 45 days to acquire shares of NDTV Ltd.

The reason for the Sebi order was that VCPL has indirectly acquired control of over 52 per cent of the media company without making an open offer.

Sebi directs ICICI Prudential MF to refund Rs 2.4 billion to five schemes
Posted on 3rd July 2018
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has issued a directive to ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund (MF) for allegedly violating the MF code of conduct by making a large investment in the initial public offering (IPO) of its group firm ICICI Securities. The investment allowed the IPO to meet a minimum subscription requirement, without which it would have failed.

Government’s crackdown on shell companies: Over 1000 companies may lose registration
Posted on 2nd July 2018
As many as 1,313 “listed” entities that have failed to file their annual reports for two years face the prospect of being struck off the registrar of companies’ (RoC) database. The move is a continuation of the ministry of corporate affairs’ (MCA) efforts to weed out shell companies.

A senior ministry official observed that while the companies were categorised as “listed”, in reality most of them were not. Consequently, their status will be altered from “listed” to “unlisted” before they are struck off.

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