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'Securities Appellate Tribunal' - 113 News Result(s)

  • Trading In Inter Globe Finance To Resume From August 21

    Trading In Inter Globe Finance To Resume From August 21

    Sebi had on August 7 asked stock exchanges to restrict trading in shares of 331 "suspected shell companies".

  • Tribunal Orders 'Status Quo' On Insurance Regulator's Sahara Life Directive

    Tribunal Orders 'Status Quo' On Insurance Regulator's Sahara Life Directive

    Sahara Life Insurance was represented by law firm Markand Gandhi & Co.

  • Have A Strong Case Against Sebi Order, Says Reliance Industries

    Have A Strong Case Against Sebi Order, Says Reliance Industries

    Reliance Industries also reiterated to file an appeal against the Sebi order in the Reliance Petroleum case before the Securities Appellate Tribunal.

  • Reliance Industries Shares Fall 3% As Sebi Bars Company From F&O Market

    Reliance Industries Shares Fall 3% As Sebi Bars Company From F&O Market

    Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) said it will challenge the order before the Securities Appellate Tribunal and termed Sebi directions as "unjustifiable sanctions".

  • Tribunal To Hold Final Hearing On DLF Plea In September

    Tribunal To Hold Final Hearing On DLF Plea In September

    Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) will hold on September 13 the final hearing on realty major DLF's plea against the Rs 86 crore penalty imposed on it by capital market regulator Sebi.

  • Sebi Says No To Alchemist's Deadline Extension Plea On Refund

    Sebi Says No To Alchemist's Deadline Extension Plea On Refund

    Sebi had directed the firm to refund the money illegally raised from investors within three months. Later, the timeframe was extended to 18 months by the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT).

  • Government Plans To Amend Sebi Act For More Members, Benches Of SAT

    Government Plans To Amend Sebi Act For More Members, Benches Of SAT

    A proposal to amend the Act will soon be placed before the Cabinet for its approval, sources said. This will pave the way for more benches and members for SAT.

  • SAT Sets Aside Sebi Order Against AKG Securities

    SAT Sets Aside Sebi Order Against AKG Securities

    Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has set aside a Sebi order against AKG Securities and Consultancy, which was fined Rs 10 lakh for indulging in fictitious self trades in shares of Onelife Capital Advisors Ltd (OCAL).

  • PACL Promoter Approaches Tribunal Against Sebi's Recovery Order

    PACL Promoter Approaches Tribunal Against Sebi's Recovery Order

    Facing heat from multiple agencies in the country's biggest illegal fund-mobilisation case involving nearly Rs 60,000 crore, PACL's Nirmal Singh Bhangoo on Wednesday approached the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) against Sebi's recovery proceedings to collect funds due to investors.

  • RIL Group Firm Gets Tribunal Breather over Insider Trading Penalty

    RIL Group Firm Gets Tribunal Breather over Insider Trading Penalty

    In a relief to the Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) group, the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has quashed a Sebi order imposing Rs 11-crore penalty on Reliance Petroinvestments. It also asked the market regulator to pass another direction within three months after looking into the matter afresh.

  • Tribunal Defers Hearing on DLF Plea till November 24

    Tribunal Defers Hearing on DLF Plea till November 24

    In one of its biggest penalty in a single case, Sebi in February had slapped fines totalling Rs 86 crore on DLF, its top executives, their family members and various other related entities for fraudulent transactions to mislead IPO investors back in 2007.

  • DLF Shares Jump 17% on Rs 375-Crore Fund Raising

    DLF Shares Jump 17% on Rs 375-Crore Fund Raising

    Since last three-four years, DLF has been raising funds through sale of non-core businesses and land parcels to cut debt and boost cash flows for meeting construction costs. It has raised over Rs 10,000 crore through these measures.

  • Tribunal Upholds Rs 49,100 Cr Refund Order Against PACL

    Tribunal Upholds Rs 49,100 Cr Refund Order Against PACL

    The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has upheld a decision by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) ordering property developer PACL to return $7.5 billion to investors, in a case seen as a test of the market watchdog's ability to clamp down on unregulated investment products.

  • Factorial Allowed to Access Indian Markets Again

    Factorial Allowed to Access Indian Markets Again

    Hong Kong-based hedge fund Factorial Master Fund has been allowed to access the Indian capital markets, ending more than a year-long ban by capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India Sebi in an alleged insider trading case.

  • Tribunal Adjourns Hearing on Reliance Industries Case to August 12

    Tribunal Adjourns Hearing on Reliance Industries Case to August 12

    The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) on Friday adjourned its hearing on Reliance Industries' appeal challenging a Rs 13-crore penalty imposed by the Securities and Exchange Baord of India (Sebi) for alleged non-disclosure of a key earnings ratio by the Mukesh Ambani-led conglomerate.

  • Sebi Seeks Help From US Regulator in Factorial Probe

    Sebi Seeks Help From US Regulator in Factorial Probe

    In its probe against foreign hedge fund Factorial in an insider trading case, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sought help from its US counterpart Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) as trading terminal provider Bloomberg has refused to share information.

  • Tribunal Asks Sebi to Prove Insider Trader Charges Against Factorial

    Tribunal Asks Sebi to Prove Insider Trader Charges Against Factorial

    The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has ordered the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to provide proof of its insider trading charges against Factorial Capital Management within two months, adding pressure on investigators to resolve a year-long case.

  • Need to Resolve Row Over Amount to be Paid by Sahara Group: Court

    Need to Resolve Row Over Amount to be Paid by Sahara Group: Court

    Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, representing the group, asked the bench as well as SEBI and senior advocate Shekhar Naphade, who is assisting the court as amicus curiae, in the matter to accept the draft of the bank guarantees which would be from a scheduled bank.

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