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The Reserve Bank of India today said it has cancelled registration certificate of two non-banking financial companies while two other firms have surrendered their licences.
SP Global Finance and Investment, Nashik and Skylark Deposit and Advances of Ludhiana are the two companies whose certificates have been cancelled, RBI said in a release.
Those submitted there licences are Delhi-based Das Securities and Guwahati's Pooja Finance Ltd, it said.
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