Sebi rejigs essential market warning board

Sebi rejigs essential market warning board

New Delhi: Markets controller Sebi has reconstituted its Primary Market Advisory Committee (PMAC) that prompts it on arrangement structure and improvement of starting open contributions and other such portions.

The 23-part board is led by T V Mohandas Pai, executive of the Manipal Global Education Services, as indicated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).

Different individuals from the board incorporate BSE MD and CEO Ashish Chauhan, HDFC Vice-Chairman and CEO Keki Mistry, NSE MD and CEO Vikram Limaye, Dolphy Dsouza Partner at E&Y, Prime Database boss Prithvi Haldea and Sunil Sanghai organizer and CEO of Nova Dhruva Capital.

The board likewise has delegates from Sebi, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and money and corporate issues services.

Sebi’s Whole-Time Member Ananta Barua, its Executive Director Amarjeet Singh Chief General Manager Jeevan Sonparote and RBI Chief General Manager S K Kar are a piece of the board.

Different individuals from the advisory group incorporate Abhilash Nair, partner educator of IIM-Kozhikode; Ramesh Srinivasan, MD and CEO, Kotak Investment Banking; ICAI President Prafulla P Chhajed; and ICSI President Ranjeet Pandey.

The PMAC is noteworthy as it prompts Sebi on strategy system identified with the essential markets.

In addition, it prompts the business sectors guard dog on issues required to be taken up for changes in lawful structure to present rearrangements and straightforwardness in frameworks and systems in the essential market.

Additionally, it has been ordered to prompt Sebi on issues identifying with guideline of mediators for guaranteeing financial specialist assurance in the essential market.

NTPC pays last profit of Rs 2,473 crore for FY19

NTPC pays last profit of Rs 2,473 crore for FY19

State-possessed power mammoth NTPC on Wednesday said it has paid last profit of Rs 2,473.63 crore for 2018-19 to its investors, which is comparable to one fourth of its value share capital.

“For the budgetary year 2018-19, NTPC Ltd has paid last profit of Rs 2,473.64 crore, being 25 percent of the

paid-up value share capital of the organization,” it said in an announcement.

As per the announcement, the RTGS (constant gross settlement) guidance for the exchange of Rs 1,348.23 crore to the legislature, being its offer in the last profit, was introduced to Power Minister R K Singh by NTPC CMD Gurdeep Singh within the sight of Power Secretary S C Garg on Wednesday.

This is the 26th back to back year that the NTPC has paid profit.