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SEBI committee bats for relaxing norms for angel funds to back more startups

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 | More »

A high level advisory committee set up by capital market regulator SEBI last year has suggested major changes in the norms to pool more domestic capital for private equity and venture capital funds besides relaxing norms for angel funds to invest in startups. As first reported by VCCircle, the commi...

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SEBI eases investment norms in startups incorporated overseas by locally registered VC funds

Securities market regulator SEBI has relaxed the norms for venture capital and private equity firms registered locally to invest in companies incorporated overseas but with back-end operations in India. Several tech ventures are being incorporated and some are even headquartered in other countries. ...

1 October, 2015 | More »


SEBI tweaks proposed norms for new startup listing platform

Securities market regulator SEBI has approved a few changes in the proposed startup listing platform, cutting down on the number of minimum investors while expanding the minimum gardening period before a firm listed on the special trading platform can migrate to the main bourses. In its board meetin...

23 June, 2015 | More »