The exchange will begin dialogue with the regulator on alleged misuse of its co-location facility; NSE chief says the exchange’s IPO is on hold until the resolution of this case.
A committee looking at fair market conduct has proposed greater powers for SEBI to go after insider trading, including the power to intercept phone and electronic communications.
In its India Staff Report, IMF brought up the issue of dual regulation of state run banks and called for full supervisory control of these banks to be given to the RBI.
Brokers' lobby is asking the Bombay High Court for a resolution on an impasse between market participants and the NSE over a decision to levy a 0.1% tax on physically settled equity derivatives.
Sub-brokers will no longer exist as a regulatory category at SEBI and will need to become trading members or authorised persons starting from 31 March 2019.
The MSEI is under investigation by the government of India and SEBI for alleged fraud and mismanagement, and has hired a forensic auditor to look into the allegations made by two whistleblowers.
Paytm and Fino Payments Bank have been barred from accepting new clients due to the RBI's concerns about their adherence to KYC/AML norms.
RBI has reportedly sought details of specific stressed asset accounts to ensure recognition and provisions are in line with regulatory norms; S&P Global says current cycle of bad loans is likely to reverse within next financial year.
UPI 2.0 to be released in mid-August will include new features like inward remittances and overdraft facilities. It will exclude a recurring payments feature present in the current platform.
RBI has allowed any entity with approval from a financial regulator to undertake short selling in government securities in addition to the current list of eligible short sellers.
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