26.01.2016 - Indian regulator Sebi sets up panel for commodity market
The Securities and Exchange Board of India, now also the regulator for commodity derivatives, has set up an advisory committee for the commodity market. It will be chaired by Ramesh Chand, member, NITI Aayog. On it are Sameer Shah, managing director, National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange and P K Singhal, joint MD at Multi Commodity Exchange of India. Two senior officials of Sebi are on it, as are Vijay Sardana, a commodity expert, Gopal Krishna Nayak from the Indian Institute of Management at Bengaluru, and one G Chandrashekhar, said a source. The role of the committee is to discuss issues relating to regulations and development of commodity markets and suggest required measures to the Sebi...............................................Full Article: Source
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