India’s Finance Ministry is looking to allow greater pricing flexibility for securities with an exit valuation clause at a rate set beforehand, in a move to attract more private equity and venture capital investment for e-commerce and other emerging sectors.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has issued a circular asking stock exchanges to penalise brokers placing erroneous orders and to discourage frivolous trade annulment requests.
The finance ministry and the central tax department board may soon issue clarifications on tax treatment making it easier for fund managers operating large India-dedicated funds to set up an office in the country.
Focus on understanding the commodities markets with an emphasis on averting crisis before taking up developmental issues.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is working on a new policy which will establish a framework for the orderly winding down of trade depositories in the event of a depository going bust or voluntarily closing its business.
Indian Banks have started to use credit bureaus to perform identity and background checks as part of their KYC procedures.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India says it is not comfortable with forward contracts on the commodity exchanges it will soon be expected to regulate.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India is considering taking action against asset management companies that are transferring assets from one mutual fund scheme to another at unfair valuations.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has directed stock exchanges and key market entities to implement a new framework to protect the securities market from cyber threats within six months.
India is considering changes to its foreign exchange regulations to attract greater foreign capital inflows to Alternative Investment Funds.
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