The move will help address demands concerns from overseas participants for the availability of better tools to hedge India exposures.
Under the new format, listed companies need to disclose deviations in the use of debt issuance proceeds from the objects stated in their offer documents.
The rules include higher net worth requirements, caps on advice fees, and client level segregation of investment advice from product distribution.
Large urban cooperative banks have to report exposures over 50mn rupees to a central repository within one month from the end of each quarter.
SEBI said there was no evidence to suggest the nine former and current NSE officials were involved in facilitating preferential market access for selected brokers.
The top 500 listed companies by market cap have two additional years to comply with a requirement to separate the roles of chairman and managing director.
The new penalty for violations will be capped at 500,000 rupees, or double the amount of contravention, whichever is higher.
Sri Guru Raghavendra Sahakara Bank is not allowed to grant or renew loans and advances, make investments, borrow funds or accept fresh deposits.
The alleged leaks are said to have involved documents related to NSE policy decisions, internal studies and board meeting minutes.
NSE launched the cross-margining facility from Friday (10 January), whereas BSE India will introduce it from Wednesday (15 January).