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Adani Group’s SEBI Investigation Discovers Rules Violated Regarding Disclosure: Report

<p>According to sources cited by Reuters in a story on MoneyControl, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) ruled that the Adani Group had broken the laws governing disclosures by listed businesses and restrictions on ownership of overseas cash.</p>
<p>The US-based Hindenburg Research’s research from January of this year on the Gautam Adani-led Adani Group revealed various concerns about corporate governance, which prompted the SEBI to launch an investigation.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-151539″ src=”” alt=” army chief burhan departs for egypt amid the sudanese conflict his first overseas trip since unrest download 2023 08 29t181250.456″ width=”1330″ height=”745″ srcset=” 300w,×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1330px) 100vw, 1330px” title=”Adani Group's SEBI Investigation Discovers Rules Violated Regarding Disclosure: Report 3″></p>
<p>Nearly $100 billion of the company’s market worth was lost as a result of the claims made against the Adani group by a US short-selling business. Since January, the company has refuted the claims presented in the Hindenburg investigation.</p>
<p>According to sources cited by Reuters, these infractions are “technical” in nature. No more action would be taken when the inquiry into their offenses was complete, except from the monetary fine.</p>
<p>On Tuesday, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case involving the SEBI inquiry against the Adani group.</p>
<p>The sources said that the authorities have no intentions to release the papers until they have issued directives to the Adani company. Additionally, SEBI did not reply to the email about the issue.</p>
<p>SEBI informed the Supreme Court earlier on Friday that its inquiry into the transactions involving the Adani Group is virtually finished. An inquiry from Reuters on Monday seeking comment on SEBI’s findings was not answered by Adani Group. The market regulator has not yet responded to the email request for a response from SEBI.</p>
<p>According to sources, one of the investigation’s key revelations relates to the failure to disclose some transactions involving connected parties. It was stated by the source that “Transactions with Related Parties Should Be Identified and Reported.” If this is not done, the financial situation of the Indian-listed firm may not be accurately represented. The firms SEBI has looked at, however, have not been disclosed by Reuters.</p>
<p>According to the court-received records, SEBI has looked into 13 incidents of related party transactions. According to sources, each corporation might be fined up to Rs 1 crore ($121,000) for each infraction.</p>
<p>The probe, according to the article, also revealed that the offshore fund’s ownership of a few Adani firms did not follow the law. According to Indian legislation, an overseas investor may invest up to 10% under the FPI mechanism. Over this amount, investments are categorized as foreign direct investment (FDI). According to sources, some foreign investors may have accidentally exceeded this amount.</p>
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