SEBI Full Form : All you need to know about the stock exchange guardian!

SEBI Full Form Explained!


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Authority, Exchange BoardSecurities and Exchange Board of India
SEBI Full Form

Establishment Of SEBI


The Securities and Exchange Board of India was established on April 12, 1992 in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992.

Preamble


The Preamble of the Securities and Exchange Board of India describes the basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India as “…to protect the interests of investors in securities and to promote the development of, and to regulate the securities market and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto”

  • The Board
  • Organisation Structure
  • Code on Conflict of Interests for Members of Board
  • Functions of Departments / Divisions
  • Board Meetings
  • Addresses of Offices of SEBI
  • Powers and Functions of the Board
  • SEBI Committees
  • Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT)
  • SEBI Benchmarks
  • Former Chairmen / WTMs of the SEBI
  • Equal Opportunity Policy for PwDs
  • Public Holidays

What is the full form of SEBI?

The full version is available at SEBI Securities and Exchange Board of India. SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) is responsible for overseeing the Indian capital market. It enforces regulations and controls the stock exchange, and protects investor rights.

SEBI was established in 1992 under the 1992 SEBI Act. You can find SEBI Headquarters in Mumbai, India. The SEBI Act provides regional offices for India’s most prominent cities, including New Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai.

P.S: Anyone doing trading or investment in stocks ought to keep a sharp look on Google News in Hindi to keep himself/herself updated!

SEBI’s objectives (SEBI Full Form)

SEBI’s main objective is

  • To ensure that India’s capital markets function systematically and to provide investors with an open investment environment.
  • SEBI came into existence to stop capital market fraud in India and promote capital markets growth.

Structure

SEBI operates in a hierarchical structure, similar to any business organization. It is made up of different departments under the supervision of their respective supervisors. Below is a complete list of SEBI’s departments.

  • Information Technology
  • International Affairs Office
  • National Institute of Securities Market
  • Foreign Portfolio Investors, Custodians
  • Human Resources Department
  • Foreign Portfolio Investors, Custodians
  • Department for Derivative and Commodity Market Regulation

SEBI members

SEBI’s top management includes the following: Department heads plus a board appointed as directors

  1. The Union Government of India employs one chairman and five members
  2. Two members make up the Indian Union Finance Ministry.
  3. RBI (Reserve Bank of India) hires one SEBI member.

SEBI Functions

SEBI provides the services of three parties involved in the Indian Capital Market. These are the three participating parties.

  1. Protects the Interests Of Investors And Traders
  2. Securities issuers
  3. Finance Intermediaries

SEBI Powers (SEBI Full Form)

The SEBI Act (1992) outlines SEBI’s power and functions. Below are three of the powers granted to SEBI.

  • Quasi Judiciary: Rules and instructions passed.
  • Quasi executive – performing enforcement and investigation.
  • Quasi-legislative: Rules of procedure.

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