SEBI requires Stock Exchanges/Depositories/Clearing Corporations to disclose complaints against them on websites

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SEBI requires Stock Exchanges/Depositories/Clearing Corporations to disclose complaints

CIRCULAR NO. SEBI/HO/MRD1/MRD1_ICC1/P/CIR/2021/664 Dated 213-11-2021

In order to bring about transparency in the Investor Grievance Redressal Mechanism, the market regulator SEBI has decided that all the Stock Exchanges (excluding Commodity Derivatives Exchanges)/Depositories/Clearing Corporations shall disclose on their websites, the data on complaints received against them and redressal thereof, latest by 7th of succeeding the month in the prescribed format. These disclosure requirements are in addition to those already mandated by SEBI and the provisions of this circular shall come into effect from January 01, 2022, said SEBI.

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