Investors in securities are components of organized sector of stock exchange. The organised sector of the capital market comprises all the term-lending financial institutions (or development banks or non-banking financial institutions, like 1DB1, ICICI, etc.), banks with their medium-term and their merchant banking divisions or subsidiaries, LIC, GIC, UTI and the stock exchanges (an essential component of the capital market).
Which of the following methods is not used for raising capital through the sale of new securities?
Stock exchange placing methods is not used for raising capital through the sale of new securities. The companies raise money in the primary market through securities such as shares, debentures, loans and deposits, preference shares etc. Let us take a look the various methods of how new securities are floated in the primary market.
The most common method used for marketing of new securities is _________.
The first stock exchange was set up in India in Bombay. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is the first and largest securities market in India and was established in 1875 as the Native Share and Stock Brokers' Association.
Stock Exchanges in India are under the control of ____________.
The stock market in each country now is governed/controlled by the corresponding governing bodies in that country. Ex: SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) for USA , SEBI (Securities & Exchanges Board of India) for India. Earlier Stock Exchanges in India were continued to be regulated directly by the Government of India. In the year 1988 the Government of India constituted SEBI to act as the independent regulator of Stock exchanges, the primary market, Mutual Funds etc. Securities Scam of 1990-91 mastered by the stockbroker Harshad Mehta, exposed by journalist Sucheta Dalal, prompted Government to make SEBI a statutory and autonomous regulatory board with responsibilities, to cover both development & regulation of the market.