Sebi to ease rules for startups to go public4 min read . Updated: 29 Jul 2021, 01:29 AM IST
- Regulator plans to hold controlling shareholders of firms accountable
- Rules aim to help firms owned by investors to access capital markets
MUMBAI: : India’s markets regulator plans to introduce rules that will hold the controlling shareholders of companies accountable, departing from the concept of regulating promoters, as dozens of investor-backed and entrepreneur-led startups are set to go public.
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