What does the SEBI do?

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulator for the securities market in India. The investment market needs to be regulated by rules for smooth trading. SEBI ensures the smooth functioning of the stock market and protects the interests of investors, issuers and intermediaries like stockbrokers. SEBI helps in the prevention of malpractices and fraudulent means through self-regulation of business and statutory regulations. It frames a code of conduct which has to be followed by bankers, brokers, underwriters, etc. It also approves the by-laws of stock exchanges and amends them, if necessary. SEBI inspects the books of accounts of financial intermediaries and stock exchanges. It checks price rigging and prohibits insider trading. It also educates investors to evaluate and buy profitable securities.


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