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FM Announces Modifications to Small Companies Definition
During her speech in the Parliament, the Union Finance Minister - Nirmala Sitharaman has proposed changes in the definition of small companies under the Companies Act. Going forward, the companies with a paid-up capital of up to Rs 2 crore and ...
Fm Announces Modifications To Small Companies Definition
Top 10 Indian Companies In Terms of Profit
India is host to some of the world's largest corporations with vibrant resourcefulness and market capitalization. India is growing as an economic hub, ready to make a major global effect in the years ahead. According to the company's market cap, we ...
BSE To Delist 202 Companies From May 11
The country's leading stock exchange BSE on Wednesday made an announcement to delist over 200 companies with effect from May 11 as the trading in the stocks of these companies have remained suspended for more than 6 months. The exchange ...
Bse Delist Over 200 Companies From Its Platform
SEBI Fixes New Rules To Check Non-Compliance Of Listing Rules
The Securities Exchange Board of India has introduced a stronger mechanism to check non-compliance of listing conditions, wherein the exchanges will have the ultimate power to freeze promoter's shareholding and can even delist the shares of companies which default. The ...
Sebi Fixes New Rules Check Non Compliance Listing Rules
79% Companies See Cybersecurity As Top 5 Biz Risks; Budgets Low
Over three-fourths of organizations polled recognize cybersecurity as one of the top five business risks, but despite that most have cybersecurity budgets of less than 10 per cent of total planned expenses, a KPMG survey stated today.  "79 per cent organizations ...
Which Company Is the Biggest Wealth Creator In Last 5 Years?
Countries top 100 companies in terms of market valuation have generated a record Rs 38.9 lakh crore wealth in the last five years, with Tata Group firm TCS retaining the numero uno position on the chart for the fifth time in a row, says a latest study....
Sebi Has One Employee For Every Six Listed Companies
Markets regulator Sebi has on an average one employee for every six listed companies, while its counterpart in the US SEC has almost one staff for each listed firm, according to a report by a high-level panel on corporate governance. In ...
Sebi Has One Employee Every Six Listed Companies
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