The three important terms in the titile are the SEBI, Investors Protection and Regulation of Financial Intermediaries. Section 11 of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act 1992, which came into forece from 13.01.1992 states that it shall be the duty of the Board to protect the interest of the investors in securities and promote the development of and to regulate the securities market and financia intermediaries. The Investors and Investors Protection a range of investors of Indian as wel as foreging origin and domicile, partcipate in the Indian market. Domestic investors are free to subscribe to all offerings of securiteis to the extent made available to them by the issuer and investors protection is one of the most important elements of a thriving securities market or other financial investment institutions.There are number of financial intermediaries (FI) operating in financial system.The objective of these intermediaries is to smoothen the process of investment and establish a link between the investors and the users of funds. The case study was conducted to study the SEBI role and its regulations towards to protection of the interest of investors and regulation of FI's.
Dr. Mohana Murali Samadri holds Ph.D Degree from Rayalaseema University, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh India. Currently working as Asst. Professor (Commerce) at GDC, Dhonorachalam, Kurnool , Andhra Pradesh India. Prof D Chandra Sekhar Naidu is Senior Professor and Director SP Institute of Management, Osmania University Hyderabad, India.
Chandra Sekhar Naidu
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
SEBI Investor Protection and financial intermediaries
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General