Tag: SEBI

Price sensitive information

By Tanvi Praveen, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Editor’s note: Knowledge is said to be power. Nowhere does this hold truer than in the case of price sensitive information in a company. Such information ought to be released in a manner that benefits all investors equally, without prejudice, and not in […]

Front Running: The definition conundrum

By Hardeep Singh Chawla, Fourth Year, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School Editor’s Note: SAT through the case of Dipak Patel v. SEBI, held that the offense of front running cannot be ascribed to anyone except an ‘intermediary’. This order of SAT was in pursuance of the new FUTP Regulations, 2003 […]

The Know-All of Insider Trading – Decades of Corruptive Prevention

By Sonakshi Das & Sanjana Sahu Editor’s Note: Insider Trading can simply be defined as Trading in the shares of a company by the person who are in the management of the company or are close to them on the basis of undisclosed price sensitive information regarding the working of the […]

Buy Back of Shares

By Meenakshi Menon, NUALS Editor’s Note: Buying back of shares which is often taken as a defense against takeovers has been recently given legal recognition in India. Sections 77A and 77B have been added in the Companies Act to deal with it specifically. The author discusses the basics and the procedure involved […]