Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)

SEBI to focus on co-operating with domestic, global regulators Market watchdog SEBI will focus on co-operating with other domestic and global regulators for strengthening and promoting a conducive environment for the securities market in the current fiscal. Besides, Sebi’s priority will be achieving its mandated statutory objectives through various policy initiatives targeted towards investor protection, Read More →

Non Banking Financial Company NBFC

Cabinet Liberalises Foreign Investment Norms For NBFC Sector: Expanding the list of non-banking financial companies which can attract foreign direct investment, the Cabinet on Wednesday permitted foreign investment through the automatic route in “other financial services”, if they are under regulators like the Reserve Bank of India and market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of Read More →

Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

RBI launches website Sachet to tackle fraud The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday launched a website from which anyone can obtain information regarding entities that are allowed to accept deposits, lodge complaints, and share information regarding illegal acceptance of deposits by unscrupulous entities. Named Sachet, the website is expected to be helpful in Read More →


Investors have fallen for stocks that till yesterday were considered just an arbitrage play over banks…. !! Shares of non-banking financial companies (NBFC) have been on fire on Dalal Street. In a note tilled What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger, Amay Hattangadi, managing director of Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM), and Swanand Kelkar, executive Read More →


SEBI Eases Rules For Listing of Startups: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has proposed a slew of changes for the start-up listing platform to make it attractive for new-age companies to consider going public in local markets. The regulator said, based on the feedback received from market participants, it has decided to Read More →