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Case
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Reference no. 301-230-1
Published by: IBS Center for Management Research
Published in: 2001
Length: 8 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

This case provides insights into the events leading to the SEBI decision to bar jute businessman and stock market operator Arun Bajoria to trade in the stock market. The case examines how Arun Bajoria acquired a stake in Bombay Dyeing and also discusses the criticism faced by the regulatory authorities and the problems with the SEBI take-over code. The case is so structured as to enable students to see how vulnerable Indian companies are to take-over bids through open market operations. Students can gain insights into how a small investor can become a threat to the company. The SEBI take-over code and the depository mode of trading has made it rather easy for speculators looking for booking gains through dealing in undervalued stocks. The case can be used to help students see the shortcomings in the current SEBI take-over code. The case is aimed at MBA/PGDBA students, and is intended to be a part of the Business Ethics and Corporate Governance curriculum.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
Large
Other setting(s):
1999-2001

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Abstract

This case provides insights into the events leading to the SEBI decision to bar jute businessman and stock market operator Arun Bajoria to trade in the stock market. The case examines how Arun Bajoria acquired a stake in Bombay Dyeing and also discusses the criticism faced by the regulatory authorities and the problems with the SEBI take-over code. The case is so structured as to enable students to see how vulnerable Indian companies are to take-over bids through open market operations. Students can gain insights into how a small investor can become a threat to the company. The SEBI take-over code and the depository mode of trading has made it rather easy for speculators looking for booking gains through dealing in undervalued stocks. The case can be used to help students see the shortcomings in the current SEBI take-over code. The case is aimed at MBA/PGDBA students, and is intended to be a part of the Business Ethics and Corporate Governance curriculum.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Large
Other setting(s):
1999-2001

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