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Baring Private Equity India pays Rs 16.57 lakh to settle case with Sebi

Baring Private Equity India Investment Manager LLP has settled with markets regulator Sebi a case pertaining to alleged flouting of AIF rules.

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
Baring Private Equity India Investment Manager LLP has settled with markets regulator Sebi a case pertaining to alleged flouting of AIF rules.
This came after Baring Private Equity (noticee) proposed to settle the proceedings through a settlement order "without admitting or denying the findings".
In the settlement order passed on Monday, Sebi said, "The instant adjudication proceedings initiated against Baring Private Equity India Investment Manager LLP vide SCN dated on May 12, 2022 is disposed of".
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) had initiated the adjudication proceedings for the alleged violation of AIF (Alternative Investment Fund) norms.
Thereafter, the regulator issued a show cause notice (SCN) to the noticee on May 12, 2022, for violating AIF rules.
Pending adjudication proceedings, the noticee filed a settlement application with Sebi to settle the case. The regulator recommended the settlement of instant proceedings upon payment of Rs 16.57 lakh.
After this, the company remitted the amount and settled the case with the capital markets watchdog.

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First Published: Feb 21 2023 | 5:11 PM IST

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