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Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for stock exchanges for suspension and revocation of trading of shares of listed entities for non-compliance of certain listing conditions

For non-compliance of listing conditions, exchanges have been suspending the trading of the shares of the listed companies, which affected the interest of non-promoters much more than the promoters as the exit route used to be closed for such investors after suspension of trading. Therefore, it is now decided that the exchange in case of… Read More

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Listing And Delisting Of Securities In India: An Analysis

1.       Introduction Companies require huge investments for start ups. Among the many choices that they have, they often resort to calling for investments in their organization from the public. This is done by issuing securities to the investor. The investor thus has a stake in the capital of the company. A share is merely a… Read More

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