State Bank of India chief Arundhati Bhattacharya says new measures to tackle bad debt do not help smaller firms while bank capital is prioritised towards meeting regulatory requirements.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has proposed a relaxation of regulations for infrastructure investment trusts in a bid to help developers unlock capital.
Securities and Exchange Board of India chief U.K. Sinha has met with key officials of national and regional commodity exchanges to iron out certain issues related its upcoming merger with the Forward Markets Commission.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India will start collecting details of salaries paid to employees and top officials at mutual funds to calculate the cost of funds of asset management companies.
India’s government has announced a comprehensive seven-pronged revamp plan to shake up its struggling public sector banks, dubbed “the most comprehensive plan since nationalisation of banks in 1969”.
The Reserve Bank of India has asked the government to amend laws which will allow the regulator to grant commercial bank licences to urban co-operative banks.
Brokers have asked the Securities and Exchange Board of India to put in place a ‘risk layer’ framework to manage the interaction between participants and exchanges, in order to prevent stock manipulation by algorithmic traders.
Fund houses in India are focusing on directly selling their mutual fund schemes to investors, thereby lowering fees by cutting out distributors.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has asked international wealth managers to register their offshore units with the regulator if they are soliciting business in India.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has warned that it will penalise anyone trying to manipulate the markets with algorithmic trading technology.
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