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PTI
March 11, 2018



Reuters
December 30, 2017
A series of raids by India's market regulator, investigating whether corporate announcements were prematurely leaked by market participants in social media chatrooms, were the largest it has conducted.


By Abraham C. Mathews
Delhi, June 24, 2017
With the Supreme Court reducing its powers, violators will get away easily.


Nevin John & Mahesh Nayak
Delhi, April 1, 2017
RIL to contest Sebi penalty for insider trading to protect its image with investors.


PTI
January 26, 2017
Amid the Tata-Mistry battle, Sebi feels that the board of a company can continue to seek expertise of a 'Chairman Emeritus' even after the person has left the company, though the regulator appears to be in favour of stricter norms for removal of independent directors.


Rajeev Dubey with Prosenjit Datta and Nevin John
Delhi, November 2, 2016
The group that prides itself on ethics, highest standards of corporate governance and social change, has a lot of explaining to do for the issues raised to contain further reputational damage.


By Dipak Mondal
Delhi, February 13, 2016
It has been just one-and-a-half year since the new Companies Act came into force. Already, around 100 amendments have been either made or proposed.


PTI
Mumbai, January 21, 2015
Sinha was referring to current laws which grant powers of recovery in case of a default by a company to only banks and financial sector while investing in corporate bonds.


Team Money Today
November 26, 2014
The new norms also bar directors from taking call and futures bets on the company's shares.


Sidharrth Shankar and Rishabh Gupta
March 26, 2014
In a welcome development, the committee has suggested fundamental changes to current regulations, aimed at improving predictability, clarity and deterrence. Investors in capital markets rely on the concept of fair dealing and efficient markets, and this is exactly where the malady of insider trading strikes, eroding investor confidence and the integrity of the price discovery mechanism.


PTI
Mumbai, January 9, 2014
To ring-fence investors and markets from fraudulent activities, Sebi on Thursday tightened norms for money-pooling schemes and decided to keep serious offences out of its settlement mechanism.


PTI
New Delhi, December 14, 2013
Finance Minister P Chidambaram said Indian capital markets were facing many concerns including low level of retail participations, which needed to be addressed urgently.


Mahesh Nayak
July 23, 2013
The market regulator has been given powers to attach properties and bank accounts of persons and companies failing to comply with its directions, such as paying penalties, making refunds to investors or paying other dues.


www.businesstoday.in
June 2, 2013
Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai - who quit office on May 22 - is the first of four high-profile regulators who retire in the next 12 months. The highlights of their tenures and the challenges their successors will face:


Chaitanya Kalbag and Anand Adhikari
October 9, 2012
In the 20 months he has been Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India, Upendra Kumar Sinha has taken several initiatives, but has also been involved in controversies. But the 60-year old IAS officer appeared unperturbed while speaking with Chaitanya Kalbag and Anand Adhikari in Mumbai.


PTI
Mumbai, September 21, 2012
Market regulator Sebi on Friday released a fresh set of information for new investors on redressal mechanism for complaints related to price manipulation, insider trading and other issues.


Sowmya Kamath
September 4, 2012
Insider trading, a subset of securities fraud, is a dominant evil in stock markets across the globe. But the sad thing is that retail investors, the biggest losers in such scams, know little about the evil. Here's our attempt to change that.


Rajiv Bhuva
July 4, 2011
Wrongdoers in the financial market are increasingly using the consent order route of Sebi to bail themselves out at the cost of transparency.


www.businesstoday.in
October 15, 2008
The Bombay Stock Exchange and Money Today bring you an easy to understand guide on the stock markets which every individual investor must read.


Rishi Joshi
September 18, 2008
Critics believe that the Indian Companies Act 1956 is unwieldy and too complex. A new Act to replace the archaic law governing India Inc. will become a reality once the new Companies Bill, which has been approved by the Union Cabinet, is passed by Parliament. Rishi Joshi brings you the key points in the Bill.


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