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Middle Bhotekoshi Hydropower Company has received permission from the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON) to issue shares to the public. The developer of the 102 MW Middle Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project plans to issue 29.4 million general shares worth Rs2.94 billion in three phases.full story »
A total of 21 companies have sought approval from the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) to make initial public offerings (IPOs) worth Rs4.66 billion. Among the applicants are 15 hydropower companies, four microfinance, one merchant bank and one investment company. full story »
The Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) is mulling to enforce a separate regulation from the next fiscal year in a bid to check insider trading. Insider trading refers to the buying or selling of securities by someone who has information that is not available to the public..full story »
Stock brokering companies can now offer credit facility to investors, with the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) enforcing the working guideline on margin trading on Thursday. The provision is expected to help stockbrokers expand their business besides ensuring greater liquidity in the stock market.full story »
Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) launched online stock trading from Sunday, allowing investors to place buy and sell orders via internet. This achievement is a milestone in development of the country’s budding secondary market.full story »
Care Rating Nepal Limited (CRNL) has received the go-ahead from the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) to operate as a credit rating agency. It is the second credit rating agency after ICRA Nepal to be approved by Sebon. full story »