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Capital Markets (First Edition)

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Suvir Sharma
    PublisherBloomsbury India
    EditionFirst Edition
    ISBN9789389000368
    Pages86
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearApril 2019

    Description

    Bloomsbury India Capital Markets (First Edition) by Suvir Sharma

    About the book
    A robust financial system plays a vital role in the economic development of a country. It provides the financial resources that are required to produce goods and services, which in turn raise the standard of living of the people. Capital market is the market where financial assets, having mid-term or long-term maturity, are traded. In a developing country, to facilitate a command over the capital, to ensure optimum yield and economic development, it is the capital market which plays a determining role. This book elaborates upon the role and significance of capital market in India. It also discusses in detail, the meaning, nature and types of shares, debentures and dividend as well as the applicable provisions of Companies act, 2013 and the SEBI regulations.

    Key features
    Conceptual guide to the concepts of shares, debentures and dividend
    Comprehensively discusses the role played by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in regulating the capital market
    Discusses in detail the applicability of Companies Act 2013 to the capital market
    Examines the concept of stock exchange
    Case studies on hate speech

    About the author
    Suvir Sharma,Founding Partner – Synergy Partners
    Suvir is a founding partner of Synergy Partners, a full service law firm based out of New Delhi. Starting his career at the erstwhile Rajani Singhania & Partners in 2014 from where he moved to Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas in 2015 wherein he acted for various Indian and overseas companies on a range of private equity and initial public offer transactions, with particular focus on FMCG, e-commerce, healthcare and automobile sectors. In the process, he has inter alia conducted extensive due diligence exercises for various clients. Suvir also regularly advises clients on drafting and negotiating of transaction documents such as share purchase agreements, shareholders agreements, share subscription agreement, investment agreements and such other commercial agreements while participating in a private equity investment transaction. In addition to this, Suvir regularly advises clients on compliances required post their listing at the relevant stock exchanges. His clients include infrastructure companies, insurance companies, automobile companies, e-commerce companies, start-ups, angel investors, angel networks and private clients as well. Suvir is currently advising his clients in the infrastructure sector on the issues of claims, initiation of arbitration and contract management.

    Ms. Rishima Rawat,Independent Legal Practitioner
    Rishima Rawat is an independent legal practitioner and legal writer. She graduated with B.A LL.B (Hons.) from the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata in 2017. As a legal writer, she has written on international aviation law, capital markets and other topics of corporate law. Her articles have been published in various legal journals.