Can You Trust the National Stock Exchange of India ?

June 13, 2017 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

SEBI had received complaints that National Stock Exchange (NSE) co-location facility had provided unfair access to select trading members. The co-location issue relates to brokers placing their servers at the exchange’s premises during 2011-14 [No doubt it happened during the Corrupt Congress Regime], which reduces the time for an order and provides a speed advantage to these over those located away from the premises. Faster access to data feed of an exchange, even by a split second, can result in huge gains.

SEBI in its investigations found that (i) NSE’s architecture with respect to dissemination of data was prone to manipulation and market abuse; (ii) preferential access was given Read more

SEBI Consent Order – Is Reliance Mukesh Ambani Guilty of Insider Trading above Indian laws ?

October 18, 2011 · Filed Under business · 4 Comments 

Whistleblower of the SEBI Consent Order Scam and Corruption at High Places, K Abraham former Board Member of SEBI in his letter to the Prime Minister of India has openly said that SEBI Chairman is pressurizing to settle Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Insider Trading Case for peanuts. Reliance Mukesh Ambani has profited Rs 500 Cr in Reliance Shares Insider Trading and is liable to fine of Rs 1500 Cr. Read more

SEBI Consent Order Scam Cause Loss of Rs 40,000-50,000 Crore to Government

October 18, 2011 · Filed Under business · 1 Comment 

Politicians and Bureaucrats along with unethical Business Houses including Foreign Investors, Banks, Stock brokers, etc mostly from Dalal Street together have caused a revenue loss of Rs 40,000 Crore to Rs 50,000 Crore to the Government of India since 2002 by means of Consent Orders passed by SEBI.

What is a Consent Order ?
SEBI is a regulator for Stock Market and related entities. It investigates the wrongdoings and fines the culprits. The Culprits without Read more