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The presentation gives a overall picture of Security Exchange Board of India like what SEBI Establishment features structure Objectives function powers role and conclusion about Security Exchange Board of India
SECURITY EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA
DOS in commerce,
security exchange board of india
The Securities and Exchange Board of India
(SEBI) has been mandated to protect the
interests of investors in securities market and to
promote the development and to regulate the
securities market so as to establish a dynamic
and efficient Securities Market contributing to
The regulatory body for the investment market
in India. The purpose of this board is to maintain
stable and efficient markets by creating and
enforcing regulations in the market place.
Why SEBI has established……......?
The main reason for establishment of SEBI.
to protection of interest of investor
To regulation of stock markets
To control over financial intermediaries
Establishment of SEBI
It was officially established byThe Government of India in the
year 1988 and given statutory powers in 1992 with SEBI Act 1992
being passed by the Indian parliament. SEBI has its Headquarters
are at the business district of Bandra kurla complex in Mumbai,
and has Northern, Eastern, Southern andWestern Regional
Office in Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Ahmedabad respectively.
SEBI head quatered
in popular business
district of bandra-
kurla complex in
Salient Features of SEBI
Head quarters will be in mumbai and may establish
offices at other place in India
Chairmen and members of board will be appointed
by central Government
Government can prescribe terms of officers and
other conditions of service of board and chairmen.
Primary duties of the board is to protect the interest
The SEBI is managed by its members, which consists of
a)The chairman who is nominated by central Government of
b)Two members, i.e. Officers from central Finance Ministry.
c) One member fromThe Reserve Bank of India.
d)The remaining 5 members are nominated by Union
Government of India, out of them at least 3 shall be whole-
Present organization structure(2015)
Upendra kumar sinha Chairman
Prashant Saran WholeTime Member
Rajeev Kumar Agarwal WholeTime Member
S Raman WholeTime Member
Raje Kumar Joint Secretary, ministry of finance
V. K. Jairath magya Member Appointed
Anand Sinha Deputy Governor, reserve bank of India
Naved Masood Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Prakash Chandra PartTime Member
Objectives of SEBI
Regulation of Stock Markets
Checking for insider trading
Control over financial intermediaries
Functions of SEBI
Regulation of Business in the Stock Exchanges.
Prohibiting fraudulent and unfair trade practices and insider trading
in the securities market.
Inspection and inquiries.
Regulating substantial acquisition of shares and take-over's.
Levying fees or other charges for carrying out the purposes of this
Performing such functions and exercising such powers under the
provisions of the Securities Contracts (Regulation)Act, 1956 as may
be delegated to it byThe Central Government
Promoting investor’s education and training
Conducting research and publishing
information useful to all market participants.
Promotion of fair practices and self
Power to call periodical returns from
recognized stock exchanges.
Power to call information or explanation from
recognized stock exchanges or their
Power to control and regulate stock
Power to direct enquiries to be made in
relation to affairs of stock exchanges or their
Role of SEBI in market
Specifying rules and regulations
Providing licenses to dealers and brokers
Auditing the performance of various stock
Controlling mergers, acquisitions and take-
overs of the companies
Prohibiting unfair trade practices in the
SEBI as a regulatory body for Indian capital
market, it has to be empowered more so that
it can discharge its role for improvement and
development of capital market.
SEBI has to strive and create new techniques
for management of capital market so that the
capital market can deliver efficient services
and fair activities.
Accounting education / role of SEBI in a