The proposed framework floated by Sebi will deal with malpractices by market participants who use New Age technology and sophisticated security protocols, including encryption and fleeting messaging offered by messaging platforms, to evade the law. However, effective implementation is important.
In a bid to protect investors, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has recently proposed a regulatory framework to deal with unexplained suspicious trading patterns around the presence of material non-public information. It has also suggested regulating social-media influencers. In this article, we will undertake a comprehensive exploration of the capital market regulator’s recent consultation paper on ‘Prohibition of Unexplained
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