SEBI has allowed stock exchanges to propose a subsidiary that would regulate registered investment advisors
Aug 07 2020
News Category: Regulatory Updates
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According to media reports, SEBI has allowed stock exchanges to propose a subsidiary that would regulate registered investment advisors (RIAs). The capital market regulator is of the opinion that in the scenario of growing number of RIAs, it is necessary to recognize a wholly-owned subsidiary of the stock exchange (stock exchange subsidiary) to administer and supervise investment advisors registered with SEBI. SEBI has also set the criteria for a stock exchange subsidiary to become the regulator of RIAs.

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