Investor interest: SEBI’s hands-off approach

First, the regulator’s moves caused dwindling market participation. Now, its plan to outsource complaints will further alienate it from investors

In one of the first decisions under UK Sinha’s tenure as chairman, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has reportedly decided to outsource its investor helpline service to a 500-seater third-party call centre.

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