Listing Agreement Compliances

In this article, we will discuss the quarterly/semi-annual/annual and general conformities provided for by the SEBI Listing Regulations (LODR): Below, the main conformities to be met under the listing agreement – Inform the SE when entering into agreements with media companies and / or their associated companies The day before the listing of their securities on the Stock Exchange To prepare for the final clearance ng, compliance has been divided into two categories, i.e. periodic compliance and event-based compliance. Appoint a corporate secretary responsible for overseeing the stock transfer process as a compliance officer and report to the company`s board of directors at each meeting. The compliance officer will work directly with authorities such as SEBI, Exchanges, ROC, etc. and investors with regard to the implementation of different clauses, rules, rules and other directives of these authorities and the investor service and compliance with related matters Periodic obligations are subdivided into quarterly, semi-annual and annual compliances as follows: – According to companies Act, 2013″Listed company“1, we mean a company that has listed its securities on a recognized stock exchange. Under this law, only listed companies can place their securities on the stock exchange. Private companies cannot benefit from this option. In order to be able to list their securities on the stock exchange, they must first transform themselves into public limited companies and their statutes should also be amended to take account of the prohibitions and prohibited public limited companies laid down in the listing agreement. * SEBI has, in its circular of 5 October 27, 2011, clause 41 of the listing agreement, which invites companies to present audited financial results for the full year within sixty days of the end of the financial year. The company must also provide the audited financial results for the last quarter, as well as the results for the full year, specifying that the figures for the last quarter are the balance sheet figures between the audited figures for the full year and the published figures for the current year up to the third quarter of the current year.

Implied by events/events of major importance that may significantly affect the financial performance of the company and its share prices, such as strikes, lockouts, closure of units for any reason, operational disruptions due to natural disasters, disputes/litigations with a significant impact. All price-sensitive information such as acquisition, merger, merger, delisting, stock fall, etc. The listing agreement certification form is a summary of the relevant listing agreement information that the SmartMLS needs to verify the compliance of the list…