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India’s regulator preparing new policy for start-up IPOs in 3-4 months

Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) U.K. Sinha said that the capital markets regulator expected to have a new policy for initial public offerings for start-up companies in three to four months.

Sinha said SEBI was in talks with the Reserve Bank of India about a new policy for willful defaulters.

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