[Case Brief] Securities Exchange Board of India v. Rakhi Trading Pvt. Ltd.

Investors’ confidence in capital/securities market is a reflection of the effectiveness of the regulatory mechanism in force

Fairness, integrity, and transparency are hallmarks of the stock market in India. The present case involves two sets of party respondents – traders and brokers. Securities Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) proceeded against the traders for violation of Reg.…

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The bagging of the lowest price bid by the Company for execution of new projects is not in the ordinary course of business and would be deemed to be a price sensitive information.

[Case Brief] Mr. G. Bala Reddy and Ors. vs Securities and Exchange Board of India

Case name Mr. G. Bala Reddy and Ors. vs Securities and Exchange Board of India  Case number Appeal No. 509 of 2015 Court Securities Appellate Tribunal  Coram  Justice Tarun Agarwala, Presiding Officer Dr. C.K.G. Nair, Member Justice M.T. Joshi,…

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While imposing penalty for any breach of regulation provided under the Takeover Regulations, 1997, one should also consider the mitigating factors provided under the SEBI Act and other relevant legislation for the time being in force.

[Case Brief] Capetown Trading Company Private Limited vs Securities and Exchange Board of India

Case name Capetown Trading Company Private Limited vs Securities and Exchange Board of India Case number Appeal No. 102 of 2018 Court/Tribunal Securities Appellate Tribunal Coram Justice Tarun Agarwala, Presiding Officer Dr. C.K.G. Nair, Member Justice M.T. Joshi, Judicial…

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