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Flashback 2016: The top angel investors in India

Tuesday, December 27, 2016 | More »

Dheeraj Jain, managing partner at London-based investment firm Redcliffe Capital, and former Snapdeal product head Anand Chandrasekaran were among India’s top angel investors this year by number of deals they disclosed. Both investors have backed more companies this year than last. Jain closed 23 ...


Startup industry welcomes SEBI’s move to relax rules for angel investments

All stakeholders of the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investor and even lawyers – are welcoming the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s decision to relax rules for angel investments in startups. On Wednesday, SEBI eased rules for angel investments in young, fledgling firms and in...

24 November, 2016 | More »


SEBI relaxes rules for angel investments in startups

The Securities and Exchange Board of India on Wednesday eased rules for angel investments in startups following a recommendation from a panel of experts chaired by Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy. The capital markets regulator also tightened disclosure norms for private investments in public e...

23 November, 2016 | More »


Crowdfunding platforms call SEBI notice unjust, seek clear rules

Indian crowdfunding startups have reacted sharply to a notice by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) that warned investors against such online platforms and said that the capital markets watchdog should bring clear regulations if it wanted to govern the growing segment. In its notice o...

21 September, 2016 | More »


SEBI mulls easier norms to help startup listing platform take off

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has proposed a raft of changes in its institutional trading platform, better known as the startup listing platform, to make it attractive enough for firms to consider going public in India. In particular, the securities market regulator has proposed ...

29 July, 2016 | More »


SEBI to do away with startup listing platform; InMobi to pay $950,000 fine for privacy violations

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is scrapping its proposed listing platform targeted exclusively at startups while mobile advertising platform InMobi has been ordered to pay a fine of $950,000 and implement a privacy programme to settle charges made against it by the US’s Federal ...

23 June, 2016 | More »


SEBI may review startup listing norms

Markets regulator Sebi may soon review its framework for listing of start-ups, including e-commerce firms, while incorporating suggestions from various stakeholders to make this platform much more vibrant. The Institutional Trading Platform (ITP) is yet to see any start-up listing ever since an easi...

15 April, 2016 | More »


Crowdfunding in India may be restricted to accredited investors, funding up to Rs 10Cr

Securities market regulator Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has come up with draft proposals which may provide a legal platform for crowdfunding in India, an alternate funding route for startups in the country. SEBI’s norms will restrict itself to security-based crowdfunding and st...

17 June, 2014 | More »


SEBI to come out with guidelines for crowdfunding

Securities market regulator SEBI will soon come out with guidelines for crowdfunding which could set ground rules for the new private funding platform for startups and creative projects, according to PTIreport. “We are coming out with guidelines on crowdfunding soon, because we want to encourage ...

11 April, 2014 | More »


Top Bangalore-based IT execs joining hands to launch Exfinity Fund to back early-stage tech ventures

Several IT professionals are joining hands to launch a venture capital fund, named Exfinity Fund, in Bangalore with a corpus Rs 125 crore ($20.28 million), as per a report in Business Standard. “SEBI approval process has been initiated and Exfinity Fund should get started pretty soon. The wh...

19 December, 2013 | More »

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