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India's online bond push angers bankers and arrangers

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The Mumbai headquarters of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. Sebi is proposing that the arranger or sub-arranger should disclose which bids are being entered on behalf of investors and which are being made on a proprietary basis.

Mumbai

INDIA'S securities regulator has caused anger among banks and arrangers with its latest proposals to require more bond offerings to be conducted on the electronic platform introduced last year.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) last week put out a

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