With a broader intent to discourage investments through participatory notes (P-note), the foreign portfolio investors complying with global regulatory norms may get direct access to the equity markets in India without any delays in the procedure. In addition, SEBI is also likely to make investments through the P-note route more expensive as well as strict.
SEBI is also considering to cut down the listing time for all the companies to four days from the existing six days norm, post the initial public offerings (IPO). While along with bringing down the size of the IPO documents, the other forms of shares may also witness more relaxed norms, including permitting the alternative investment funds to invest in commodity derivatives. Furthermore, the startups may also be allowed to be listed with the relaxed norms for the existing shareholders.
In the sphere of corporate governance, the market regulator is expected to vest more power and responsibility on the independent directors, making their appointment and removal norms more strict, among other changes.
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