Sucheta Dalal :NSEL fiasco points to wider regulatory mess
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NSEL fiasco points to wider regulatory mess  

August 5, 2013

The NSEL fiasco is part of a wider problem: poor financial market regulations across capital market, insurance and banking. The government is apparently considering a new regulation for commodity markets. Why wasn’t this a given higher priority than arming a corrupt and inefficient SEBI bureaucracy with draconian powers?

Sucheta Dalal

A massive Silver Jubilee celebration has been followed by a quick ordinance, with minimal public discussion, to give the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) sweeping new powers. Of these, the only area where some action was urgently required is on the clarity to regulate collective investment schemes (CIS). The ordinance does that and much more. It allows SEBI to decide what is a CIS, especially if it is a money pool of Rs100 crore or more.

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-- Sucheta Dalal