The Securities and Exchange Board of India plans to make it mandatory for issuers to reserve 25% of an initial public offering for domestic mutual funds and insurers.
India's state-owned banks are conducting a massive campaign to open millions of accounts for poor Indians who are off the financial grid and vulnerable to black market money lenders.
India’s large banks are reducing their exposure in Singapore amid tightened regulation and oversight by the Monetary Authority of Singapore of foreign banks.
Parliament has cleared a key bill to allow the Securities and Exchange Board of India to act against ponzi schemes and market manipulators more effectively with powers for search and seizure, attachment of assets, arrest of defaulters and access to...
The Securities and Exchange Board of India said it is talking with the Reserve Bank of India as it finalises regulations around wilful loan defaulters.
India’s market regulator is planning a separate corporate governance standards for big and complex business groups.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India seeks public opinion on new guidelines for ‘crowdfunding’ or fund-raising through web-based platforms and social networking sites.
Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India has asked depository participants to share information about foreign portfolio investors with banks, as part of efforts to harmonise norms focused on client information.
India’s Forward Markets Commission is seeking to strengthen the corporate governance framework at commodity derivative exchanges and recommends the creation of mandatory committees to oversee audit, risk management, including technology development.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India may ask help from its peers in Hong Kong, Singapore and Mauritius, as it widens investigations into suspected market activities of several overseas hedge funds.