Functions of SEBI (Security and exchange board of India)


Know what are the functions of SEBI for brokers and for investors

SEBI's role is multi-dimensional and developing. It can be best described as a watch dog.
Which springs to action to control the unfavorable aspects from surfacing and ensure the orderly growth of the capital markets in the country.

Some of the functions of SEBI are:

Promoting the development and regulate the securities market.
Regulating business of SEs and any other security market,such as mutual funds and IPO.
registering and regulating various players associated with securities markets,such as:

Stock broker and sub broker.
Share transfer agents
Bankers to an issue
trusts
registrars to an issue
Merchant bankers
under writers
portfolio managers
Investment advisors and/or any other associated intermediaries.

Registering And regulating the working of the following:

Depositories
Depository participants
Custodians
Foreign institutional investors
credit rating agencies
Any other specified agency by notification


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