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Online Personal Finance Magazine
No beating about the bush.
The capital market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), is a good user of the Internet. If it cannot reach market participants, it simply puts out ‘unserved summons/notices’ on its website and has given itself the power to pass ex-parte orders if these are not responded to. It puts out discussion papers on the Internet before framing regulations; issues press releases...
Media reports suggest that SEBI plans to pull another rabbit out of the hat - an auction-based pricing of initial public offerings (IPOs). This is something that has long been advocated by data aggregators on behalf of companies. The move is being packaged as one that will bring ‘more transparency and efficiency’ to the sale of shares. But, in fact, companies will extract the highest possible...
The stupendous wealth of the Essar group is created out of public money. It is the story of two brothers who turned into major industrialists by repeatedly raising public money, using existing listed companies to spawn new ones, spinning them off and raising money again or getting listed entities to provide guarantees to raise funds in their unlisted private companies. A combination of...