Replied to Sebi notice on RPL share sale: RIL

Acknowledging that was conducting an investigation into the share sale of erstwhile subsidiary Reliance Petroleum, Mukesh Ambani-led has said it replied to the market regulator in this matter.

"has issued a showcause notice in connection with the sale of shares of erstwhile Reliance Petroleum Limited by the company. The company has submitted its reply to the same," (RIL) informed shareholders in its annual report for the 2010-11 fiscal.

At the same time, RIL has asserted, "There has been no instance of non-compliance by the company on any matter related to capital markets during the last three years and hence no penalties or strictures have been imposed on the company by the stock exchanges or or any other statutory authority."

A subsidiary of RIL, (RPL) was merged with the parent in 2009 and subsequently delisted from the stock market.

The matter related to the alleged breach of norms in connection with the share sale of the erstwhile RPL in the year 2007 has been hanging fire for many months and RIL's consent application to settle the probe has been repeatedly rejected by Sebi.

is said to have sent a 'showcause notice' to Reliance Industries, asking why proceedings should not be initiated against the company.

It could not be ascertained whether RIL has made another consent application in the issue through its reply to Sebi.

The first consent appeal was made by RIL in November, 2009, followed by another one in August, 2010, but both were rejected by as the regulator did not accept the consent fees -- the charges for an out-of-court like settlement -- offered by RIL.

is said to have assessed the illegal gains from the alleged at over Rs 500 crore and had found the offered consent fee too low in these appeals.

It could not be ascertained how much the group offered to pay as consent fees.

The matter relates to transactions that occurred way back in 2007 and the investigation was initiated by the on the basis of anonymous complaints.

had begun quasi-judicial proceedings against RIL after it found violations of regulations pursuant to its investigation into the trading pattern of the RPL stock for the period between November 1 and 29, 2007.

first issued showcause notices to RIL in this matter in May, 2009, while the initial probe began in early 2008.

Interestingly, a probe culminated in January this year against the Anil Ambani group through consent proceedings in a probe also related to transactions during the year 2007.

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Replied to Sebi notice on RPL share sale: RIL

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Acknowledging that was conducting an investigation into the share sale of erstwhile subsidiary Reliance Petroleum, Mukesh Ambani-led has said it replied to the market regulator in this matter.

"has issued a showcause notice in connection with the sale of shares of erstwhile Reliance Petroleum Limited by the company. The company has submitted its reply to the same," (RIL) informed shareholders in its annual report for the 2010-11 fiscal.

At the same time, RIL has asserted, "There has been no instance of non-compliance by the company on any matter related to capital markets during the last three years and hence no penalties or strictures have been imposed on the company by the stock exchanges or or any other statutory authority."

A subsidiary of RIL, (RPL) was merged with the parent in 2009 and subsequently delisted from the stock market.



The matter related to the alleged breach of norms in connection with the share sale of the erstwhile RPL in the year 2007 has been hanging fire for many months and RIL's consent application to settle the probe has been repeatedly rejected by Sebi.

is said to have sent a 'showcause notice' to Reliance Industries, asking why proceedings should not be initiated against the company.

It could not be ascertained whether RIL has made another consent application in the issue through its reply to Sebi.

The first consent appeal was made by RIL in November, 2009, followed by another one in August, 2010, but both were rejected by as the regulator did not accept the consent fees -- the charges for an out-of-court like settlement -- offered by RIL.

is said to have assessed the illegal gains from the alleged at over Rs 500 crore and had found the offered consent fee too low in these appeals.

It could not be ascertained how much the group offered to pay as consent fees.

The matter relates to transactions that occurred way back in 2007 and the investigation was initiated by the on the basis of anonymous complaints.

had begun quasi-judicial proceedings against RIL after it found violations of regulations pursuant to its investigation into the trading pattern of the RPL stock for the period between November 1 and 29, 2007.

first issued showcause notices to RIL in this matter in May, 2009, while the initial probe began in early 2008.

Interestingly, a probe culminated in January this year against the Anil Ambani group through consent proceedings in a probe also related to transactions during the year 2007.

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Replied to Sebi notice on RPL share sale: RIL

Acknowledging that Sebi was conducting an investigation into the share sale of erstwhile subsidiary Reliance Petroleum, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries has said it replied to the market regulator in this matter.

Acknowledging that was conducting an investigation into the share sale of erstwhile subsidiary Reliance Petroleum, Mukesh Ambani-led has said it replied to the market regulator in this matter.

"has issued a showcause notice in connection with the sale of shares of erstwhile Reliance Petroleum Limited by the company. The company has submitted its reply to the same," (RIL) informed shareholders in its annual report for the 2010-11 fiscal.

At the same time, RIL has asserted, "There has been no instance of non-compliance by the company on any matter related to capital markets during the last three years and hence no penalties or strictures have been imposed on the company by the stock exchanges or or any other statutory authority."

A subsidiary of RIL, (RPL) was merged with the parent in 2009 and subsequently delisted from the stock market.

The matter related to the alleged breach of norms in connection with the share sale of the erstwhile RPL in the year 2007 has been hanging fire for many months and RIL's consent application to settle the probe has been repeatedly rejected by Sebi.

is said to have sent a 'showcause notice' to Reliance Industries, asking why proceedings should not be initiated against the company.

It could not be ascertained whether RIL has made another consent application in the issue through its reply to Sebi.

The first consent appeal was made by RIL in November, 2009, followed by another one in August, 2010, but both were rejected by as the regulator did not accept the consent fees -- the charges for an out-of-court like settlement -- offered by RIL.

is said to have assessed the illegal gains from the alleged at over Rs 500 crore and had found the offered consent fee too low in these appeals.

It could not be ascertained how much the group offered to pay as consent fees.

The matter relates to transactions that occurred way back in 2007 and the investigation was initiated by the on the basis of anonymous complaints.

had begun quasi-judicial proceedings against RIL after it found violations of regulations pursuant to its investigation into the trading pattern of the RPL stock for the period between November 1 and 29, 2007.

first issued showcause notices to RIL in this matter in May, 2009, while the initial probe began in early 2008.

Interestingly, a probe culminated in January this year against the Anil Ambani group through consent proceedings in a probe also related to transactions during the year 2007.

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