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Sebi panel plans to allow direct listing of Indian cos on overseas bourses

Currently, Indian companies can list their shares through depository receipts abroad, while foreign companies need to go through the Indian Depository Receipt route for listing of equities

Sebi guidelines on corporate bonds likely to keep yields elevated

A high-level panel Tuesday recommended market regulator Sebi to allow direct listing of Indian companies on overseas bourses and of foreign firms on Indian exchanges. Currently, Indian companies can list their shares through depository receipts abroad, while foreign companies need to go through the Indian Depository Receipt route for listing of equities. Moreover, Indian firms can list their debt securities directly on international exchanges through a security instrument known as 'Masala Bonds'. In its 26-page report, the committee has suggested for direct ...