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Sebi Lists New Norms On Listing, Disclosure

Author: Finapolis Network/Wednesday, September 16, 2020/Categories: Regulatory

Sebi Lists New Norms On Listing, Disclosure

Mumbai: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has proposed amendments to the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements- LODR) Regulations-2015 to strengthen corporate governance practices and disclosure requirements. The market regulator also aims to ease compliance burden on listed entities, harmonise with the Companies Act, 2013 and maintain consistency within the LODR Regulations. Sebi has sought public comments on the proposals by October 11, 2020.

Under the proposed changes, Sebi has mulled insertion of a new sub-regulation, as per which the provisions of the regulations which become applicable to listed entities on the basis of market capitalisation criteria will continue to apply to such entities even if they fall below such thresholds.

The report noted that certain provisions of the LODR are applicable to a defined set - top 100, 500, 1000, 2000 -- of listed entities on the basis of market capitalisation.

Since, market capitalisation is dynamic, entities which form part of the defined set may vary due to change in market capitalisation, and stock exchanges have observed instances wherein listed entities complying with specific regulations had stopped complying with the requirements once their market capitalisation decreased and they fell out of the top m-cap category, as per the report.

“In the interest of good corporate governance, it is proposed that provisions that become applicable to a listed entity on the basis of market capitalisation, shall continue to apply irrespective of change in the market capitalisation,” it said.

Further, Sebi also noted that corporate governance provisions specified in regulations 17 to 27, clauses (b) to (i) of sub-regulation (2) of regulation 46 and paragraph C, D and E of Schedule V are applicable to listed entities with paid up capital of more than 10 crore and net worth above 25 crore.

Among other proposals, it has now proposed to insert a new proviso, which provides that once these regulations become applicable to a listed entity, they shall continue to remain applicable irrespective of subsequent changes in equity share capital or net-worth of such entity.

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