• Functions of SEBI
• Organization of SEBI
• SEBI Regulates
• SEBI & Primary market
• SEBI & Secondary market
• The securities and exchange board of India was established by
the government of India on 12th
April 1988 as an interim
administration body to promote orderly and healthy growth of
the securities market and for investor protection.
• It was to function under the overall administration control of
the ministry of Finance of GOI.
• Protect the interest of investors in securities.
• Promote the development of capital market by ensuring flow
of saving in it .
• Promote development of the securities market with the
reasonable regulation thereof.
• Facilitates companies to raise their finances at minimum cost
with fair practices.
5. OBJECTIVES CONTINUE
• Prohibit inside trading in securities.
• Restrict transactions pertaining to acquisition of shares and
take over of companies.
• Impose monetary penalties on capital market intermediaries
and other participants for a range of violations.
• Exercises the power as may be delegated to tit by the
6. FUNCTIONS OF SEBI
• Regulating the business in stock exchange and any other
• Registering and regulating the working of intermediaries
associated with securities market.
• Registering and regulating the working of collectives
investment schemes including mutual funds.
• Promoting and regulating self regulatory organizations.
7. FUNCTIONS CONTINUE
• Promoting investors education and training if intermediaries in
• Prohibiting insiders trading in securities.
• Regulating substantial acquisition of shares and take-over of
• Calling for information, undertaking inspection, conducting
enquiry and audits of the stock exchanges, intermediaries and
self- regulatory organizations in the securities market.
9. SEBI REGULATES
FIG- SEBI regulates
10. SEBI & PRIMARY MARKET
Measures undertaken by SEBI
Allocation of shares
11. DEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONS
• Promoting investors safety and education
• Training of intermediaries.
• Promotion of fair practices.
• Dissemination of information collected through its own
12. SEBI & SECONDARY MARKET
Reforms in the secondary market
Settlement & clearing
• Registration & regulation of business in stock exchanges &
• Registration & regulation of the working of collective
• Promoting & regulating self- regulating organization.
• Promoting fraudulent and unfair trade practices.
• Promoting investors education & trading.
• Conducting of inspection of stock exchanges.
• Conducting research.
• Fair deals to investors, informed choices and decision.
• Regulating malpractices of company management.
• Builds investors confidence in securities through efficient,
orderly and clean markets.