Merchant Bankers

According to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), a company that is solely registered as a stock broker is not permitted to act as a merchant banker in the capital markets. According to the market regulator's response to stock broker Almondz Global Securities Ltd.'s (AGSL) request for clarification, despite the business's registration as... Continue Reading →

Salient Features of 22nd Amendment of the Indian Constitution

The Constitution (Twenty-second Amendment) Act 1968 (Act No. 113 of 1968) was introduced on 10 December 1968 in the Lok Sabha Articles a pair of 75 and new Articles 244A and 371B in Constitution . The objective and reasons for the amendment of the act which was given by Y.B Chavan is: On September 11,... Continue Reading →

Roles and functions of underwriters

An underwriter is a person or organisation in charge of determining and assuming the risk of another party. This assumes that the underwriter in question would receive payment for their services, which could come in the form of a commission, interest, premium, or spread. In a number of financial sectors, underwriters are essential. The trading... Continue Reading →

Roles and Functions of Registrar

According to Section 2(75), the term "Registrar" denotes a Registrar, Additional Registrar, Joint Registrar, Deputy Registrar, or Assistant Registrar. The primary responsibility of ROCs appointed under Section 396 of the Act is to register businesses that were incorporated in the aforementioned States and Union Territories. There are, however, a variety of other duties that the... Continue Reading →

Functions and Roles of Syndicate members

A syndicate is a self-organizing collection of people, businesses, corporations, or other entities created to conduct particular business or to pursue or advance a common interest. A syndicate is a team of people or businesses, according to the Merriam Webster Dictionary. This could be a council, body, group of people, or association of businesses that... Continue Reading →

Survellience mechanism at Stock Exchange

Market surveillance is the detection and investigation of unfair, manipulative, or unlawful trading actions in the securities markets. With confidence in the fairness and accuracy of transactions, buyers and sellers are prepared to participate in orderly markets, which are supported by market surveillance. Without market regulation, a market might become disorganised, which would deter investment... Continue Reading →

Role of Merchant Banker

Merchant banking is a term used to describe the professional services given by merchant bankers, which primarily include consulting and banking services. They charge a suitable level of consideration from their client in the form of a fee in exchange for their unique forms of services.In India, merchant banking plays an important role. Essentially, they... Continue Reading →

Salient features of 23rd amendment of the Indian Constitution

The Constitution (Twenty-third Amendment) Act, 1969, repealed the Scheduled Tribes reservation in Nagaland, both in the Lok Sabha and the State Legislative Assembly, and provided that the Governor could not propose more than one Anglo-Indian to any State Legislative Assembly. Prior to the modification, the Governor of the State had complete discretion over the number... Continue Reading →

Role and Functions of Stock Brokers

According to the Concise Law Dictionary, a broker is a middleman or agent who handles tasks for other people in exchange for a fee based on the value of the transfer. A broker might negotiate the acquisition or sale of stocks, bonds, commodities, or other types of property on their behalf. Brokers are therefore those... Continue Reading →

Salient features of 24th amendment of the Indian constitution

The Constitution (Twenty-fourth modification) Act, 1971, is the ordinal modification of the Indian Constitution that permits Parliament to diminish core rights by amending the Constitution. It also changed article 368 to make it clear that Parliament has the authority to amend any section of the Constitution. The amendment made it mandatory for the President to... Continue Reading →

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