SEBI introduces key changes to public offer norms for listed companies

Jan 28, 2022

As some of the recent IPOs including those of new-age technology, e-commerce, and fintech companies have come under pressure, the SEBI is tightening regulations to avoid an exodus of investors.  A cap has also been imposed on the quantum of funds that can be raised for use in future acquisitions.  Our brief client presentation highlights these points.

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