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Sebi to make daily cause list public on enforcement action

Sebi to make daily cause list public on enforcement action

Markets regulator Sebi has decided to make daily cause list public about enforcement action taken against entities for violation of securities laws. The regulator said that details of quasi-judicial hearings conducted under the securities laws by Adjudicating Officers, Designated Authorities and Whole-Time Members of Sebi, will be uploaded on the website to enable all stakeholders to be aware of different stages of pending proceedings. In order to make entities aware of the details of quasi- judicial hearings, it has decided to publish a daily “cause- list” on its website, the regulator said in a statement. Earlier this week, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) launched its revamped website having several user-friendly features and compatible with all desktop and mobile...
IFSCs may permit trading in equity derivatives: Sebi

IFSCs may permit trading in equity derivatives: Sebi

Markets regulator Sebi today said stock exchanges operating in international financial services centres (IFSCs) may allow trading in equity derivatives. However, this is subject to prior approval by Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).Besides, Sebi-registered Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs), as well as eligible entities operating in IFSCs, will be eligible to trade in derivatives on equity shares. The decision has been taken after taking into account recommendations of Sebi’s risk management review committee.“The recognised stock exchanges operating in IFSC may permit dealing in ‘derivatives on equity shares’, subject to prior approval of Sebi,“ the regulator said. Sebi said that market-wide position limit (MWPL) for ‘derivatives on equity shares’ will be equal to 10% of the number of shares held by non-promoters in the relevant underlying...
Sebi may allow institutional investors in commodity derivatives market

Sebi may allow institutional investors in commodity derivatives market

Regulator Sebi is mulling allowing institutional investors in a phased manner in commodity derivatives and may soon permit options trading in this market. The proposals in this regard are likely to be placed before Sebi’s board later this month, along with other reform measures for IPOs, stock exchanges and mutual funds among other segments, sources said. Investors, exchanges and other market participants have been demanding options trading in commodity derivatives for a long time as well as allowing institutional players like banks in such markets. This would be the first board meeting under the chairmanship of Ajay Tyagi, who took charge as Sebi chief on March 1. Last month, Tyagi said that Sebi is focusing on deepening of the commodities derivatives market and integration of farmers and spot markets with it. To a question on whether there are legal issues in introduction of options trading, he had said, “Details of the contract are being worked out and then it will go to the Sebi board (for approval). Law does not require any amendment but some tweaking is needed and that will be done.” Asked about new products, Tyagi had said soyabean contracts have been introduced while future trading in diamond would be launched...
Sebi Alerts Mutual Funds Against Bailout of Companies

Sebi Alerts Mutual Funds Against Bailout of Companies

The stock market regulatory alerts mutual funds against cutting cosy deals with organizations as banks turn off credit taps to distressed borrowers. Sebi has told that, mutual funds not to get into transactions aimed at bailing out corporates at the cost of investors. Sebi carried this to mutual fund executives in a recent meet to discuss industry’s growth roadmap. Top officials of Sebi including chairman UK Sinha, whole-time director Mr. S Raman and executive director Mr.  Ananta Barua attended the meeting. In recently, has stepped up vigil on mutual fund portfolios as various funds dress up their portfolios to hide few of their lowly-rated bonds. The regulatory is inquiring if funds transferred papers of low credit quality, from one scheme to another, a practice known as interscheme transfer. In the past has pulled up mutual funds for moving securities at valuations that are not assessed...
Sebi widens L’affaire Vijay Mallya probe

Sebi widens L’affaire Vijay Mallya probe

Finding prima facie confirmation of non-compliance to various norms including on insider trading & corporate governance, Sebi has broadened its probe into dealings of Vijay Mallya-led UB Group, including in its own shares and with UK-based Diageo & other foreign players. The capital markets monitor may be looking for information from other regulators in the country and abroad, as also from the stock exchanges, as it seeks to de-clog the complex transactions Mallya had entered into, including for sale of stake and shift rights in his different group companies. Details & explanations have also been sought from all the concerned parties with the present and erstwhile UB Group firms as well as from the foreign companies with whom Mallya has dealt with for sale of controlling stake in United Spirits Ltd to Diageo, a senior official told in...
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