SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India)

  • Definition: The regulatory body established in 1988 to oversee and regulate the securities market in India. SEBI’s primary functions include protecting the interests of investors, promoting the development of the securities market, regulating stock exchanges and other intermediaries, and ensuring compliance with securities laws and regulations. SEBI plays a crucial role in maintaining transparency, integrity, and stability in the Indian capital markets.
  • Alternate Term: Indian Securities Regulator