Guide to Capital Market and Securities Law aims to provide a handy reference covering the major themes of the Indian capital market. The book offers an analysis of all relevant provisions of SEBI Act, 1992; Depositories Act, 1996; Securities Contract Regulation Act, 1956 and SEBI regulations covering capital market intermediaries; ICDR; LODR; collective investment schemes; mutual funds; real estate investment trusts and infrastructure investment trusts; alternative investment funds; and credit rating agencies.
It includes the history of the Indian capital market and various institutions operating in the market, and covers all the updated and relevant decisions of SEBI, SAT and the Supreme Court. Procedural requirements for the generation of corporate funds from the domestic and international markets have been covered as well. This book also analyzes relevant provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 relating to shares, debentures, capital issues and corporate governance.
Guide to Capital Market and Securities Law will serve as a ready reference for lawyers, consultants and participants of the capital market in India. Additionally, the organization of chapters is synchronized to provide a holistic understanding of the capital market function in India. This work will help graduating students to meet the increasing demand of curriculum and changing nature of corporate engagement.