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Vaibhav Pariwar India Projects Limited barred from markets by SEBI

SEBI observed that VPIPL is prima facie engaged in fund mobilising activity from the public, through the Offer of NCDs

 

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), based on its investigation ruled that VPIPL (Vaibhav Pariwar India Projects Limited) shall not mobilise funds from investors through the Offer of NCDs or through the issuance of equity shares or any other securities, to the public.

 

SEBI received a complaint dated 29 April 2014 from an investor alleging non-payment of interest and maturity amount in respect of Secured Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures issued by VPIPL. SEBI, in the process of investigating the complaint asked for papers from VPIPL.

 

SEBI also received a complaint dated 5 June 2014 from another investor in respect of the non-payment of interest and maturity amount in respect of Secured Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures issued by VPIPL.

 

Meanwhile, RBI vide letter dated 4 July 2014 and Office of the Director, Economic Offences Investigation Cell, Finance Department, Govt. of West Bengal, Kolkata vide letter dated July 28, 2014 also forwarded a complaint received by them from an investor of VPIPL regarding non-payment of maturity amount in respect of Secured Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures issued by VPIPL.

 

SEBI’s investigation observed from the Balance Sheets that VPIPL has not created any Debenture Redemption Reserve and failure to create Debenture Redemption Reserve is prejudicial to the interests of the debenture holders.

 

SEBI also concluded, “Based on the material available on record, I find that Ashok Kumar Banerjee and Chandrima Sarkar have prima facie failed to meet the eligibility criteria specified under the provisions of the Debenture Trustees Regulations and therefore, have acted as unregistered Debenture Trustees, which amounts to violation of the abovementioned provisions of the SEBI Act read with the Debenture Trustees Regulations.”

 

The SEBI member in his order argued as follows: “It is pertinent to mention that urgent measures have to be taken in the matter as VPIPL and its Directors have failed to submit relevant information to SEBI. In light of the same, I find there is no other alternative but to take recourse through an interim action against VPIPL and its Directors along with its Debenture Trustees, viz. Ashok Kumar Banerjee and Chandrima Sarkar, for preventing that company from further carrying on with its fund mobilising activity under the Offer of NCDs.”

 

The SEBI order said that VPIPL shall not mobilize funds from investors through the Offer of NCDs or through the issuance of equity shares or any other securities, its Directors, viz. Rajesh Kumar Rai, Manoj Kumar Rai, Binay Kumar Lall and Indrakala Rai and its Debenture Trustees viz. Ashok Kumar Banerjee and Chandrima Sarkar, are prohibited from issuing prospectus or any offer document or issue advertisement for soliciting money from the public for the issue of securities, and VPIPL and its Directors, are restrained from accessing the securities market and further prohibited from buying, selling or otherwise dealing in the securities market, either directly or indirectly, till further directions.

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COMMENTS

Bhavesh Gajwani

4 months ago

Dear Sir,
What actions can be taken against VPIPL to get my money back, as i have invested in Secure NCD ?

Anthonius

2 years ago

Dear Friend,

We are investors who are interested in funding your project of any kind, but please note we either fund your project by cash fund or by Bank Guarantee SBLC such as MT103 and MT760.
You are advised to have this office furnished with all details of your project plan as well as the funding type you may be comfortable with via email ([email protected])
Hope to here back from you soon.

Sincerely,

Mr. Anthonius H.

Pooja Mishra

2 years ago

Dear Sir,
I would like to inform you Mr. Rajesh Kumar Rai is also running two more compnies one is Te Metropolitan Finance Pvt. Ltd. and anoter is Mansar Finance Ltd. and taking deposite for both compnies. both compnies registerd with Under RBI with ROC Jammu. He is collected almost Rs.50Crore from VPIPL against NCD. He is not return any invested money of public. he is big scamer and cheater. I am requesting to concern dept. to arrest him.

Pooja Mishra

2 years ago

Dear Sir,

I would like to inform you Mr. Rajesh Kumar Rai also running two more compnies The Metropolitan Finance Pvt. Ltd. and Mansar Finance Ltd. both compnies register under RBI with ROC Jammu, and he is taking deposite from public. He is big cheater.

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Nifty may rally on Thursday, if overseas markets are firm

 

We had mentioned in Tuesday’s market report that the indices are headed lower and any rallies will be met with selling. Today’s session was a volatile one with the benchmark trading marginally higher upto around 11.00 am. After this the market went down sharply. The indices moved almost in the red for remaining session and recorded a loss for the third consecutive session. We expect the market to bounce back tomorrow but the gains my not sustain beyond one or two sessions.
 
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