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What are the objectives of the SEBI?

Answer :

The main objectives of SEBI are –

1. To regulate stock exchanges and ensure that efficient services could be provided to all the parties operating there.


2. To protect the interests of the investors and to secure them against the wrong information given by the companies in their prospectus, reducing the risk of delivery and payment, etc.


3. To maintain proper balance between self-regulation of business and its statutory regulations so as to prevent fraud and malpractices.


4. To regulate and develop a code of conduct for market intermediaries.




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