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Sebi disposes of fraud trade charges against 9 in Unitech case

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Markets regulator today disposed of a case against nine entities for allegedly involving in fraudulent trading in the of The markets watchdog conducted a probe in the share trading of Unitech, to ascertain possible violation of PFTUP (Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade Practices) norm as and stock broker regulation, during the period from October- December, 2008. The investigation examined the role of the nine entities -- Genuine Stock Brokers, Transglobal Securities, Ltd, OPG Securities, Ambit Securities Broking, Total Securities, Nissar Brothers, Kaushik Shah & Securities and Prashant Patel -- with respect to synchronised, circular, reversal as well as self-trades and new low/high price analysis. found that these entities "entered into self-trades on multiple occasion, yet the volume of self-trades vis-a-vis total volume in the of Unitech is miniscule. No mala fide intention behind self-trades executed by the noticees have been brought out in investigation". In an order passed today Chief General Manager and Adjudicating Officer Nagendra Parakh said: "There is no evidence in the investigation report to suggest any fraudulent intention behind execution of self-trades by the noticees.

Self-trades occurred because of trading in same by multiple trades/jobbers in brokers' own account. "The volume of self-trade is less than one per cent of the total volume in of The impact of self-trades on LTP (last trade price) is also not significant on daily basis. Therefore, in compliance of policy". Accordingly, has disposed of the case against the nine entities.

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First Published: Mon, June 19 2017. 18:32 IST