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Indian regulator proposes direct overseas listing for companies

The Securities and Exchange Board of India is looking into allowing Indian companies to directly list their shares on foreign exchanges.

SEBI said in a June 12 release that it is forming a committee to look in the direct listing of equity shares of companies incorporated in India on foreign exchanges and vice versa.

The committee will also examine relevant legal and regulatory constraints, and recommend a suitable framework to facilitate such activities.

No timeline was given for a submission of recommendations.