Sebi has ordered the release of bank and demat accounts of six entities after recovering dues of over Rs 20 lakh in two separate matters.
Markets regulator Sebi put in place a new system for depositories to monitor the foreign investment limits in listed Indian companies.
Sebi has ordered the attachment of bank and demat accounts as well as mutual fund folios of as many as 16 entities to recover dues amounting to Rs 1.36 crore.
Release of key domestic macro-economic data, combined with global market volatility and movement of funds, are expected to dictate the direction of the Indian equities.
Public sector IDBI Bank said it has sold its entire 30 percent stake in NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Ltd for an undisclosed amount.
The ITD receives 15-25 lakh Permanent Account Number (PAN) applications per week, and takes a few hours to two weeks to allot the 10-digit alphanumeric identifier.
Markets regulator Sebi has ordered the attachment of bank and demat accounts of two firms to recover dues of Rs 12.54 lakh.
Sebi ordered the release of bank and demat accounts of an individual after recovering dues of Rs 9.57 lakh.
Sebi has ordered attachment of bank accounts as well as share and mutual fund holdings of 22 entities, including individuals, to recover dues totalling Rs 2.8 crore.
Markets regulator Sebi ordered release of bank and demat accounts of an individual after recovering dues of Rs 14.74 lakh.
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Economic Times Reports
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Business Standard Reports
IPO under SEBI scanner
SEBI has sought details of investment made by ICICI Prudential MF
Had to cut its IPO Size To Rs 3,520 Cr from original target of Rs 4,017 Cr
A large chunk was bought by ICICI MF
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Board approves proposal for corporate restructuring
Move aimed at simplifying & clarifying structure & holdings
To focus on travel, forex, destination mgmt & portfolio investments
Restructuring will consolidate HR services into Quess Corp
Shareholders will receive 1,889 shares of Quess for every 10,000 Shares Held in Co