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Easier listing norms will benefit companies like us: Snapdeal

Under the new norms approved by Sebi's board today, the stock exchanges would have a separate institutional trading platform for listing of start-ups from the new age sectors, including e-commerce firms, while the minimum investment requirement would be Rs 10 lakh.

Investors to get e-IPO facility at 400 locations by Jan 2013

Market regulator SEBI Thursday said that the e-IPO facility, which would allow retail investors to submit their bids electronically for initial public offer shares, would be implemented in two phases, with 400 locations to be covered in the first phase by Januuary 1, 2013.

Sebi measures to increase retail participation in IPOs: Experts

The decision of the market regulator Sebi to allow e-IPO or electronic issuance of IPO is likely to increase retail participation and may provide momentum to the primary market, experts said on Friday.