‘Credit rating agencies’ function as a facilitator for the Retail and Institutional investor. They assess a company’s capability pay-off their financial obligations. The ratings of the companies and government entities help in making an informed decision by the investors. The agencies use unique method assigning ratings to the companies denoting their financial risk. Poor creditContinue reading “Credit rating agencies in India: Their functioning and credibility”
This course will focus on providing extensive knowledge to the students about the Company Law along with corporate restructuring and along with SEBI regulations of the M&A.
Introduction In India, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was set up with a mandate to protect the interest of investors, to regulate and to promote the development of the securities market. Since 1992-92, it has operated the securities customer complaint systemwhich was renamed as the SCORES system (SEBI Complaints Redress System)with theContinue reading “SCORES – Analysis of Complaint Making Mechanism in SEBI”