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Sebi board approves easier norms for startups


NEW DELHI: To deepen the Indian inventory market, capital market regulator Sebi's board on Friday authorized reducing of fees charged from agents, inventory exchanges and corporations looking for to get indexed. To make it more uncomplicated for new-age startups to get indexed in inventory market and lift funds, Sebi's board also authorized a new set of norms to assist traders get authorised for investments in such entities.

In a sequence of measures at a meeting here, the Sebi board also authorized easing of norms for corporates facing debt restructuring via providing for exception from mandatory open be offering in make a selection instances.

The meeting followed finance minister Arun Jaitley's address to Sebi's board contributors and top officers, all through which he was once apprised of recent tendencies within the Indian securities market via Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi.

In a statement, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) stated the finance minister preferred quite a lot of projects taken via the regulator.


Sebi's board also authorized easing of norms for record of actual estate and infrastructure funding trusts. Another key proposal authorized via the board pertains to valuation of cash market and debt securities via mutual funds to make the entire procedure fairer and uniform around the industry.


Sebi's board also authorized permitting mutual funds, portfolio managers and certain selection funding funds to business in commodity derivatives.


Besides, custodians would now be able to get an enduring registration via Sebi, whilst norms would be amended for depository members.


Pursuant to the board approval, all these measures would wish to be notified via the regulator to come into impact.


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