SEBI has asked the BSE and NSE to boost intra-day surveillance to check unusually volatile stocks for possible manipulation.
A bill to establish a unified regulator to oversee financial services at India's GIFT City has been approved by the country’s cabinet.
Stock exchanges, clearing corporations, depositories required to disclose their use of artificial intelligence and machine learning starting from the current quarter.
India’s Enforcement Directorate will seek to determine if alleged kickbacks generated in loan deals worth $262mn were laundered to create tainted assets.
India’s central bank has removed the Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra and Oriental Bank of Commerce from lending restrictions under its prompt corrective action framework.
SEBI regulations may need to be vetted through a separate independent committee constituted by the Ministry of Finance before being passed to the regulator's own board for approval.
The regulator proposes to reduce the minimum subscription and trading lot size to great retail investors greater access, while also increasing the leverage limit for InvITs.
The core capital held by the RBI is "too low" and could compromise its ability to manage risks, respond to negative income shocks and maintain operational independence.
India International Clearing Corporation (IFSC) Limited and NSE IFSC Clearing Corporation – wholly owned subsidiaries of the BSE and NSE, respectively – have been granted qualifying central counterparty status.
The Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology explores the benefits of blockchain in India's banking sector and provides an implementation roadmap.