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White Collar Journal (October 2017)

India’s capital market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) has cracked down heavily on shell companies whose securities are publically traded in Indian stock exchanges. In August 2017, SEBI issued a notice to three key stock exchanges in India– Mumbai Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange and Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India (“Exchanges”), directing them to impose certain restrictions in trading of securities of 331 suspected shell (or non-existent) companies (“Companies”).

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