Disgruntled SEBI writes a (strongly worded) letter to the RBI

Varun Marwah March 13 2017

In a classic example of regulatory turf war, market watchdog Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), in a recent letter to the banking regulator Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has expressed its displeasure over RBI’s intervention in trading of HDFC’s shares.

Trading gone wrong

As a preface, the FDI Policy sets the bar at 74% for foreign investment in private sector banks. As per RBI rules, RBI puts stocks which cross 72% threshold on . . .

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