India is one of the oldest capital market in Asia. A vibrant, well-developed and healthy Capital market facilitates investment and economic growth of a Country.
Our associate lawyer have distinguish knowledge and experience in dealing the matter relating to capital market which include investor greviance, arbitration, money recovery issues, enforcement of contractual obligation relating to securities. It is a market where buyers and sellers of shares and securities admitted to dealings, can do business. The entry of the market is not open to public. The investing public has to do business through the members of Stock Exchange only (Stock Brokers).
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
The Securities and Exchange Brand of India was established on April 12, 1992 in accordance with the provision of the 'Securities and Exchange Brand of India Act, 1992'.
The act has given wide range of powers to SEBI to regulate stock exchange, other security market, market intermediaries, mutual fund and self regulatory organizations of the market players.
The objective of setting up SEBI is to protect the interest of the investors in securities and to promote the development and to regulate the security market.