Regulatory games can queer the pitch for both markets and  economy


The RBI is becoming capricious

The RBI is a super regulator of sorts when it comes to financial markets.  Yet, lately, it appears to be becoming capricious.  That is extremely dangerous.


SEBI muddies the waters

SEBI’s officers seem content to enjoy their perquisites, act imperious, refuse to reply to email queries, and pass judgements and issue notifications that make a mockery of corporate governance.

Corruption and regulatory processes

Much of asset valuation depends on the whims of India’s regulators. If the government wants an Atma Nirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India), it must reduce this huge generation of sleaze by its regulators — NCLT, SEBI and RBI. Reduce the scope for regulatory games.


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Journalist. Educationist. Researcher focusses primarily on business, economy and policy related issues RN Bhaskar has authored Game India: Seven strategic advantages that could steer India to wealth - Currently consulting editor with FPJ and Founder Editor with He teaches at educational institutes in India and overseas. He also undertakes specific research projects in select areas. Many of the policy reports are available as free downloads from