The poll results are likely to have a bearing on trading and increased monitoring helps to keep in check possible manipulations and excessive volatility in the markets.
Earlier, SEBI had directed it to carry out an investigation, including forensic examination by independent external agencies in respect of certain aspects of NSE's co- location facility.
In 2010, the regulator had issued guidelines to standardise the norms to be followed by stock brokers and depository participants while obtaining power of attorney from their clients.
The jury is still out on the maintainability of Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (SEBI) order on National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), in case the exchange chooses to appeal.
The Central government is mulling over the need to tweak rules governing large corporate borrowers which came into effect from April this year.
Following the order, it is understood that OPG Securities is holding open positions in the futures and options (F&O) and currency derivatives segments at the end of trading on April 30, 2019.
SEBI conducted investigation into trading activity in illiquid stock options on BSE from Apr 2014 to Sept 2015 after observing large-scale reversal of trades in the bourse's stock optins segment.
There could not be a consensus so far, as both the sides feel more deliberations are required on the issue,” a senior finance ministry official told TNIE.
Former MDs Ravi Narain, Chitra Ramakrishna have been punished with disgorgement of salaries for a certain period
Co-location case: Sebi bans NSE from accessing securities market for 6 months, slaps Rs 687 crore fine
The regulator found former NSE Managing Directors Ravi Narain and Chitra Ramkrishna guilty in a co-location case.
The company said it will abide by the directions of Sebi that none of the transactions proposed in its postal ballot notice will be acted upon till further directions from the markets regulator.
I3,950 crore deal temporarily halted as ITC, other shareholders complain of mismanagement by the company
On March 18, HLVL had announced a sale of its four hotels located in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi and Udaipur, and a property to Canadian investment fund Brookfield for Rs 3,950 crore.
While the commodity derivatives market in India has grown over the years, the rate of growth has not been along expected lines.
CITU, which sperheaded the protests, said that investors in Kerala lost at least Rs 500 crore in the scam.