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    1 Author(s):  AKASHDEEP MALIK

Vol -  5, Issue- 4 ,         Page(s) : 66 - 70  (2014 ) DOI :


In a bid to ebb the growing tide of Indian companies incrementally tapping foreign bourses to raise funds, market regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has relaxed norms for listing of start-ups on domestic exchanges. With this mechanism, SEBI hopes that a large number of startups will be able to list within the country. Also, this development is definitely heartening for start-up companies as this makes their life easier. However as they say “nothing is ever good enough”, some of these companies want more relaxation including possible tax incentives for investors. Under the new norms, stock exchanges would have to float in a separate institutional trading platform for the purpose of listing start-ups. However, protecting small investors from investing in these high-risk stocks, SEBI fixed Rs.10 lakh as the minimum ticket size for investors on this platform.

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