News By/Courtesy: Anusha G Rao | 17 Dec 2018 0:39am IST

In a series of new economic reforms, the Capital markets regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is planning to expand its Offer to Sale framework to more companies and to club investment limits by Foreign Investors and lastly to tighten the existing insider trading rules. 

Proposals such as relaxation of disclosure norms for housing finance companies and cancellation of Offer for Sale in case of limited interest from non-retail shareholders on the first day itself, are going to be put forth in the upcoming board meeting, said a SEBI official. 

SEBI is also planning to make certain changes in its regulatory framework in order to benefit the debenture trustees and to allow custodial services in derivative markets to allow and improve institutional participation. Another important proposal is to enable ‘side-pocketing’ mechanism in Mutual funds, in order to separate the hard-to-value assets from liquid assets, in order to prevent the illiquid assets from damaging the returns from liquid assets. 


Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 17 Dec 2018 0:50am IST

Tags : #SEBI #Norms #FPI #Relaxed #Capital #Market

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