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Merchant banking companies, to be eligible for the above exemption, are required to satisfy the following conditions: (i) such companies are registered with SEBI under section 12 of the SEBI Act, 1992 and are carrying on the business of merchant banker in accordance with rules/regulations framed by SEBI; (ii) they acquire securities only as part of their merchant banking business; (iii) they do not carry on any other financial activities as mentioned in section 45 IC of the RBI Act, 1934; and (iv) they do not accept/hold public deposits.
Takeovers, acquisitions, disinvestment. • Stock-broking. • Advisory services for projects. • Syndication of rupee term loans. • International financial advisory services. B. B. 1997. Regulation of Merchant Banking Activity RATIONALE OF 17 NOTIFICATIONS For orderly growth and development of the securities market, investor confidence is a prerequisite. In the primary market investor confidence depends in a large measure on the efficiency of the issue management function which covers drafting and issue of prospectus or letter of offer after vetting by SEBI to timely dispatch of share certificates or refund orders.
Non-public Information: Non-public Information should not be used to trade in securities. Acting or communicating non-public information derived from special or confidential relationship is also prohibited. They should not also act on information misappropriated or would result in breach of duty. Regulation of Merchant Banking Activity 27 Plagiarism: Use of material prepared by another should be acknowledged. They may however, use factual information without acknowledgement. Responsibilities of Supervisors: Supervision should be exercised to ensure compliance with statutes, regulations or provisions of the International Code and Standards.