SECURITIES & EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA (SEBI

)

Presented by:Rashi Aggarwal MBA (307) 2020070099

HISTORY 
 



Set up originally in 1988 by Govt. of India Acquired statutory form in 1992 under SEBI Act 1992 Chairman is Sh. CB Bhave Headquartered in Mumbai

OBJECTIVES
Established in 1992 with three main objectives  To protect the interest of investors in securities  To promote the development of securities market  Make rules and regulations for the securities market

ORGANISATION STRUCTURE
Board comprise of: 
     

Chairman MD Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance Deputy Governer, RBI Whole Time Member, SEBI Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs Director, National Judicial Academy

FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES 
  

PRIMARY MARKET SECONDARY MARKET MUTUAL FUNDS FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTMENTS

SEBI ROLE IN PRIMARY MARKET 
  

Entry norms Disclosure Book Building Allocation of shares

SECONDARY MARKET & SEBI 
   

Governing Board Infrastructure Price stabilization Delisting Brokers

MUTUAL FUNDS & SEBI 
  

Discloser norms Investment Accountability Management

SEBI and FIIS  

SEBI (Foreign Institutional Investors) Regulation 1995 has laid down for the registration of FIIs. Foreign investors perform according to guidelines.

GUIDELINES FOR LISTING OF NEW COMPANIES 

LARGE CAP
Issue size Rs.10 crore Market Capitalization Rs.25 crore Post issue paid up capital Rs.3 crore 

SMALL CAP
Issue size Rs. 3 crore Market Capitalization Rs.5 crore Post issue paid up capital Rs.3 crore Minimum income Rs.3 crore in 3 preceding years Minimum number of public shareholders 1000

GUIDELINES FOR EXISTING COS. 
   

Paid up capital Rs. 3 crore. Market Capitalization 2 times of paid up Networth Rs.20 crore Dividend 10% Profit making track for preceding last 3 years

GUIDELINES FOR NEW ISSUE MARKET    

Post issue capital decreased to 10% in all sectors. SEBI¶s nominee is appointed in allotment committee. Time for finalizing allotment reduced from 30 to 15 days. Compulsory Book building process if issue size is 5 times the pre issue networth.

Cont..   

New company (not subsidiary of existing co.) issue shares at face value. Wide publicity after disclosure of information in national English daily, national Hindi daily. Lead managers, underwriters, bankers to an issue must be registered with SEBI.

THANK YOU!

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful