tcs mcx deal: TCS wins large deal from MCX to build new trading platform

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. has won a large deal from the country’s largest commodity exchange Multi Commodity Exchange () to build a new technology platform for trading as well as post-trade functions. The project, dubbed Udaan, is among the largest and most complex projects that is currently undertaking in India, bringing low-latency, high volumes and … Read more

To comply with updated regulations, Vishal Kampani vacates MD’s office

Vishal Kampani, son of Nimesh Kampani (Indian securities market veteran) decides not to seek re-appointment as MD of JM Financial (JMF) and instead decides to take the position of Non-Executive Vice Chairman w.e.f. October 1, 2021. Key points to note – Kampanis (promoter family) own 54.75% of JMF. Decision to give up MD post is … Read more

SEBI moots concept of ‘accredited investor’

Regulator SEBI on Wednesday sought comments on the proposal to introduce the concept of ‘accredited investors’ in the Indian securities market. The comments can be sent to the regulator in a prescribed format latest by March 18, it said in a consultation paper. SEBI noted that accredited investors, also called qualified investors or professional investors, … Read more

China launches an antitrust investigation into Alibaba as its crackdown on Jack Ma’s tech empire continues

Chinese regulators announced measures to crack down on Jack Ma’s Alibaba and Ant Group on Thursday. Beijing will investigate e-commerce site Alibaba, co-founded by Ma, over alleged anti-monopolistic practices, and urge fintech Ant Group to implement stricter financial regulations, regulators said. Ant Group’s IPO, which would have been the world’s biggest-ever, was halted in November … Read more

Warren Buffett looks to Japan, takes 5% stakes in five trading companies

Berkshire said it acquired its stakes in Itochu Corp, Marubeni Corp, Mitsubishi Corp, Mitsui & Co and Sumitomo Corp over approximately 12 months Berkshire Hathaway Inc said it has acquired slightly more than 5% of the shares in five large Japanese companies, marking a departure for Chairman Warren Buffett as he looks outside the United … Read more

SEBI rejects lenders claims in Karvy matter

Previously, on SEBI instructions the depositories had transferred back securities worth Rs 2000 crore to their rightful owners. The lenders (Bajaj Finance, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank) had then approached the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) challenging the transfer as the subject securities were pledged with them by Karvy. SAT further directed the lenders to … Read more