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October 29, 2013

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) - Introduction

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The  Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulator for the securities market in India. SEBI was initially established as a non statutory body in April 1988, to regulate the working of stock exchange. Later it was given a statutory status on April 1992 via SEBI Act, 1992 with the following objectives.
  1. Dealing with all matters relating to the development and regulation.
  2. Providing investor protection, and
  3. Securities and Exchange Board of India was authorised to advise the government on all these matters.
  4. to regulate all merchant banks on issue activity
  5. to lay guidelines, and supervise and regulate the working of mutual funds, and
  6. to oversee the working of stock exchanges in india
Functions of SEBI :
  1. Regulating the functions of securities markets
  2. Registering and regulating the activities of members of securities markets
  3. Registering and regulating the collective investment Schemes including mutual funds
  4. Prohibiting fraudulent and unfair trade practices in stock markets
  5. Promoting investor's education and training of intermediaries of securities market and
  6. Prohibiting insiders in securities
Few more Important Details about SEBI :
  • Present Chairman : Ajay Tyagi
  • Head Office : Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • SEBI celebrated 25 years on : 24th May 2013
  • Founded by : Surendra Dave
Important : Read the role of SEBI in regulating capital Market from here

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2 comments:

  1. Hai mam..Thanku for ur hardwork this is an excellent website...very useful.can you please say me how many questions will be asked in quantitative and reasoning sections in ibps clerical exam.is it 50 questions or 40 questions..I am bit slow in maths..so I am scared of time management..so pls clarify my doubt mam

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  2. good info thank u

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