Stocks

Bourses told to monitor advisers

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on August 06, 2020 Published on August 06, 2020

SEBI has now asked BSE and the to supervise investment advisors (IA). The regulator said the exchanges should form a wholly owned subsidiary to administer and supervise IAs.

Stock exchanges with minimum net worth of ₹200 crore, having nation-wide terminals, investor grievance redressal mechanism will supervise IAs. Most wealth managers are registered as IAs.

SEBI-registered IAs are advisors who generally charge fees directly instead of indirect fees for selling anyone's financial market products. Supervision of IAs should include both on-site and off-site.

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Published on August 06, 2020
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