SEBI Recruitment 2018: Sebi to hire 120 officers, apply from September 15
SEBI Recruitment 2018: Capital markets watchdog Sebi is planning to hire as many as 120 officers to beef up its resources for faster and more effective execution of regulatory work.education Updated: Sep 05, 2018 16:25 IST
Capital markets watchdog Sebi is planning to hire as many as 120 officers to beef up its resources for faster and more effective execution of regulatory work.
Currently, the regulator has nearly 800 employees including deputation and contract.
In a public notice, Sebi has invited applications for the post of officer Grade A (Assistant Manager) for streams like general, legal, information technology and engineering.
It plans to recruit 84 officers in general stream, followed by legal (18), information technology (8) and five each in civil engineering and electrical engineering streams.
Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) would select the officers through a written examination followed by an interview.
The regulator is hiring these officers as part of its plans to beef up the headcount for faster and more effective execution of newly granted powers.
Formed by the government in 1988, Sebi was given statutory powers after passage of the Sebi Act in 1992 after the Harshad Mehta scam hit the Indian markets.
As per its preamble, Sebi is mandated to protect the interests of investors in securities as well as promote and regulate the securities markets.
It regulates business in stock exchanges and other securities markets, registers and regulates various market intermediaries, including brokers, merchant bankers, registrars, portfolio managers and investment advisers, as well as foreign portfolio investors, credit rating agencies, mutual funds and venture capital funds.
Besides, Sebi is mandated to check fraudulent and unfair trade practices, insider trading and other manipulative activities.
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First Published: Sep 05, 2018 16:15 IST