It is Statutory Body constituted in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992.
Quasi-legislative, Quasi-judicial and Quasi-executive body
Members: Chairman+ 5 full time members +3 part time
- The basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India is to protect the interests of investors in securities and to promote and regulate the securities market.
- It regulates credit rating agencies
- Register and regulates mutual funds
- Anchor investors
- By Securities Laws (Amendment) Act, 2014, SEBI is now able to regulate any money pooling scheme worth Rs. 100 cr. or more and attach assets in cases of non-compliance.
Some of the Financial entities regulated by SEBI:
- Investment Banks/ Merchant banks
- Capital Markets
- Stock Brokers
- Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
- Infrastructure Investment trusts (InvITs)
- Stock Exchanges
- Commodities Futures / Options
- Alternative Investment Funds
Securities Appellate Tribunal
SAT has been constituted to protect the interest of entities that feel aggrieved by any of SEBI’s decision. SAT, consisting of a Presiding Officer and two other Members, has the same powers as vested in a civil court. Further, if any person feels aggrieved by SAT’s decision or order can appeal to the Supreme Court.SAT also hears appeals against decisions of PFRDA and IRDAI.
Prelims 360+Mentorship Course
- GS 360 - Complete coverage cum revision of GS Prelims subjects
- CSAT 360 - Complete coverage cum revision of CSAT for Prelims
- Prelims Test Series - GS (16 tests ) + CSAT (5 tests)
- Current affairs coverage through weekly sessions
- One to one mentorship
- Weekly doubts day access!
- Daily Practice Questions (DPQs) based on the lecture taught.
Note - admissions are on first come basis.. We have limited seats remaining in current batch!