All listed entities are required to adhere to certain requirements specified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) under the Securities and Exchange Board of India...
This year 2020 will go down in history for the pain, deaths, controversies and hardships it caused around the globe with the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
When mutual funds and alternative investment funds invest in listed companies, should they behave like any other shareholder of such listed companies or should they act as stewards of such companies?
Entities proposing to undertake a rights issue (Issuer) are required to adhere to certain requirements specified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
As recent as six months ago, only robbers entered banks in hazmat suits. Today, we all do. COVID-19 has created "new normals" in every aspect of life, including in economies, markets, businesses, and the funds that power them.
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
The Bombay High Court has recently rejected the objections to the enforcement of a foreign award on the ground of the award being in violation of the public policy of India,...
BDO India LLP
Vide its order dated 13 April 2020 Ministry of Finance has notified Mauritius as an eligible country for the purpose of granting Category I license.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) released a Consultation Paper on Crowdfunding in India on 17th June, 2014 (Consultation Paper).
The Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology of the Securities and Exchanges Commission recently released a Framework for ‘Investment Contract' Analysis of Digital Assets.
In November 2018, the SEC promised to come out with a ‘plain English' guidance for developers who wished to undertake their own token offerings (‘token' is used to indicate a cryptocurrency, crypto-asset or a digital asset; ...
Khaitan & Co
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a near extinction of primary market fundraising by companies in India.
On March 24th, 20201, the Government of India initiated a nationwide lockdown for a period of 21 (twentyone) days, limiting movement of the general public as a preventive measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in India.
Phantom Stock Options are becoming increasingly popular as they enable companies to share a portion of their profits or appreciated valuation, thereby incentivising and retaining employees
COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread business disruption. To prevent further hardships in these trying times, SEBI has introduced relaxations in compliance requirements and regulatory...
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Alternative Investment Funds Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of India, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
SEBI holds that information shared with investors through research/analyst reports may be relied upon by the investors as being generally available information (i.e. not UPSI), even before there is...
Khaitan & Co
The proposed amendments mark the first step towards greatly expanding the capital-raising avenues open to Indian companies.
In our earlier news alert , we had discussed the dispensations granted by SEBI from certain crucial regulatory compliances applicable to public offerings and rights issues in India, in an effort to hot-wire fund raising activity ...
Set out below are certain considerations which are relevant for listed Indian companies in the current COVID -19 scenario.
The conundrum whether a scheme of compromise and arrangement can be proposed by the erstwhile promoter at liquidation stage, who otherwise is ineligible to participate in the resolution process under the ...