Triumph International Finance India reports standalone net profit of Rs 0.06 crore in the June 2017 quarter
Triumph International Finance India reports standalone net loss of Rs 0.11 crore in the March 2017 quarter
The banks, depositories -- NSDL and CDSL -- and mutual funds are directed to "release the bank accounts/ lockers/ demat accounts/ mutual fund folios" of Triumph International Finance India, Sebi said in an order.
The ruling of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has come after the firm paid the pending dues.
Sebi's attachment ruling had come after the company failed to pay a fine imposed on it by the regulator in April 2003 for violating securities regulation in the matter of Shonkh Technologies International.
The pending dues against the firm included an initial fine of Rs 6.50 lakh, a 12 per cent per annum interest on it from April 2003 till September 2017, amounting to Rs 11,25,337 and a recovery cost of Rs 1,000.
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