Therefore, the acknowledging the lack in increasing the number of retail investors in the capital market, (Sebi) Chairman UK Sinha confesses that it is high time to remove bottlenecks from the system. He further admits that the Sebi is now is strategizing to simplify the market investment procedure, as it believes that this would lead to more retail participation.
Simplifying the IPO form that is currently printed in fine print could possibly be a kind of simplifying the market procedure. Sinha, also said that with aim of setting up a world-class facility for surveillance of activities in the capital market, Sebi has also undergone some technical advancement.
Stating about the strategy that could be followed, Sinha mentioned that the conversion of the savings money into investments could result in a fruitful economic growth. Additionally, permission to invest the pension amount fund in the equities could help the capital market get 1.5% more funds if 15% of the pension fund money was invested in the capital market.