The Pros & Cons of In­vest­ing in Listed Stock Ex­changes

The Economic Times - - Money -

ET In­tel­li­gence Group: Five years af­ter MCX, a com­modi­ties ex­change went pub­lic, the coun­try’s two stock ex­changes are headed for a list­ing . Though some cap­i­tal is needed to grow a stock ex­change busi­ness, it is not the rea­son for list­ing as both IPOs are of­fers for sale with no money be­ing in­fused into the busi­ness. NSE as well as BSE have been gen­er­at­ing suf­fi­cient cash flows from their op­er­a­tions and their div­i­dend track record has been fairly gen­er­ous.

Wh i l e S e b i (Stock Ex­change and Clear­ing Cor­po­ra­tion) Reg­u­la­tions 2012 con­sider stock ex­changes as deemed listed com­pa­nies, ac­tual list­ing will bring in fur­ther trans­parency in the func­tion­ing of these key con­stituents of fi­nan­cial mar­ket in­fra­struc­ture and im­prove in­ter­nal com­pli­ance of these reg­u­la­tory bod­ies.

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