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In a letter to SEBI Chairman, the drugmaker has alleged that certain entities/individuals are adopting unfair trade practices prejudicial to the interest of its shareholders and other stakeholders.
Call options refer to an agreement that gives a buyer the right to purchase an asset at a specified price within a particular time period.
The Finance Ministry feels that the dilution of government stake will help banks to meet 25 per cent public float norms of market regulator SEBI.
Sebi conducted a probe between April 2014 and September 2015 into the trading activities of certain entities in illiquid stock options on the BSE after observing a large-scale reversal of trades.
The circular said that unification of membership structure across equity cash and derivatives segments of stock exchanges is vital to facilitate ease of doing business.
SEBI also banned the company from the securities market for at least four years.
The regulator has also exempted housing finance companies and systemically important NBFCs from disclosure of increase or decrease in shareholding.
The regulator conducted an investigation from April to August 2013 regarding the trading in the shares of the firm.
It observed that the shareholding of the company's promoters increased from 51.29 per cent to 55.18 per cent due to the acquisition of shares in the open market as well as by conversion of warrants.
However much has improved on account of various steps taken by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in providing systemic liquidity, the SEBI chairman said.
Sandbox policy refers to testing a product on a small scale before implementing it on a larger scale and it allows companies to test products in all environments before being rolled out commercially.
Till now, an amount of a little over Rs 9.4 lakh has been recovered from the attachment of bank accounts.
Rationalising the total expense ratio (TER), the fee that mutual funds (MF) collect from investors every year to manage their money, Sebi said the new fee structure would come into force from April 1,
Public retail funds are insurance companies, pension funds and mutual funds or unit trusts that are open for retail subscriptions.
Sebi board relaxes norms for clubbing of investment limits for well-regulated foreign portfolio investors
Public retail funds typically include insurance companies, pension funds and mutual funds or unit trusts that are open for retail subscriptions.