Securities and Banking Guide for India

The securities market in India is a vital component of the country’s financial system, facilitating the buying and selling of various financial instruments, primarily securities, which include stocks, bonds, derivatives, and other investment products. The Indian securities market is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and is known for its vibrancy, depth, and diversity.

SEBI plays a crucial role in regulating and overseeing the IPO process. SEBI ensures that the IPO is conducted fairly and transparently, safeguarding the interests of investors.

The establishment of the Securities and Exchange Board of India in 1992 led to considerable growth in the capital markets and securities sector. SEBI serves as the autonomous statutory regulator of financial markets in India and has as its twin objectives the protection of investors’ interests and the development and regulation of the Indian securities markets. SEBI has powers to investigate and examine companies, to visit their premises, to inspect records and personnel and to impose penalties that are commensurate with any misconduct.

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