Free Press Journal
  • Sebi to decide on Reliance settlement plea at earliest

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Sebi expects to decide at the “earliest” on settlement pleas filed by Reliance Industries and 27 other related entities in a case that allegedly involved Rs 900-crore worth transactions nearly 18 years ago when Ambanis still had an undivided business empire.

  • Regulating P-notes: Sebi writes to SIT seeking clarification

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Sebi has sought clarification from the Special Investigation Team, set up by Supreme Court to check black money, regarding stricter norms for Participatory Notes (P-notes) used by overseas investors.

  • Arun Jaitley to address RBI, Sebi boards on Feb 11

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will address the boards of the RBI and markets regulator Sebi on February 11 and discuss various financial sector reforms announced in the Union Budget 2017-18.

  • Sebi asks top 500 listed firms to adopt integrated reporting

    New Delhi : To improve disclosure standards and help shareholders make informed decision, markets regulator Sebi on Monday asked top 500 listed companies to voluntarily adopt integrated reporting framework from next financial year.

  • BSE to list on NSE on February 3

    New Delhi : Asia’s oldest bourse BSE, which recently concluded its Rs 1,243-crore initial public offering, will list on rival National Stock Exchange (NSE) on February 3.

  • Sebi bars Vijay Mallya, six others from securities market

    New Delhi : Cracking the whip, regulator Sebi on Wednesday barred beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya and six others from the securities market in a case related to alleged fund diversions from United Spirits Ltd.

  • Sebi allows Delhi Stock Exchange to exit biz

    New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi on Monday allowed Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE) to exit the stock bourse business following a request from the exchange.

  • Government’s five insurance firms to be on bourses

    NEW Delhi :  The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Modi, on Wednesday cleared “in principle” listing of five government-owned general insurance companies on the stock exchanges, divesting its 25% share to the public.

  • Sebi board to address slew of reform proposals today

    New Delhi : In a slew of proposed reforms, market regulator Sebi plans to tighten its settlement norms by making suspected defaulters pay more for any delay on their part while fresh steps will be taken to popularise new investment vehicles like municipal bonds, REITs and InvITs.

  • Foreign funds cry foul over rising costs, want clarity on tax

    New Delhi : Fearing a rise in their business costs, some foreign portfolio investors have knocked on the doors of markets regulator Sebi and Finance Ministry for greater clarity on taxation rules for indirect transfer of securities, especially after revision to treaties with key jurisdictions like Mauritius, Cyprus and Singapore.

  • Sebi queries Tata firms on Mistry, Wadia allegations

    New Delhi :  The market regulator Sebi has sought detailed explanations from some listed Tata firms on alleged violations of corporate governance and insider trading norms flagged by ousted directors Cyrus Mistry and Nusli Wadia.

  • SEBI & other regulators, developing REITs & InvITs norms for domestic investors

    Mumbai : Market regulator SEBI along with other regulators like Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) and Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), is working towards setting up a regulator guidance for investment into Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs) by domestic investors.

  • BSE gets Sebi go-ahead to launch IPO, may raise `1,500 crore

    New Delhi : Paving the way for BSE’s IPO launch, capital market regulator Sebi has given its final go-ahead to the draft prospectus for the estimated Rs 1,500-crore public offering by Asia’s oldest exchange.

  • BSE gets Sebi go-ahead to launch IPO, may raise Rs 1,500 cr

    New Delhi: Paving the way for BSE’s IPO launch, capital market regulator Sebi has given its final go-ahead to the draft prospectus for the estimated Rs 1,500-crore public offering by Asia’s oldest exchange.

  • Sebi eases trading norms for equity derivatives contract

    New Delhi : With an aim to ease trading requirements, markets regulator the Sebi on Tuesday relaxed the combined futures and options position limit of stock brokers, FPIs and mutual funds in equity derivatives to 20 per cent of the applicable Market Wide Position Limit.

  • Commexes get ready for options after flat 2016

    New Delhi : Commodity derivatives market wrapped up the year 2016 on a flat note but hopes to bounce back in 2017 with the launch of options and institutional participation being allowed by the regulator Sebi.

  • Sebi puts in place disclosure norms for REITs

    New Delhi : Putting in place disclosure norms for real estate investment trusts (REITs), Sebi  on Monday said the offer document will contain financial information, related party transactions and past performances.