1. Introduction to Indian Capital Market
1.1. Understand the Capital Market Structure in India and Role of Capital Market
1.1.1. Capital Market Structure in India
1.1.2. Role of Capital Market in the Economy
1.1.3. Some Important Terms
1.1.4. Market Participants
1.2. Discuss the Regulatory Framework in India
1.2.1. Financial Market Regulators

2. Capital Market Regulations
2.1. SEBI Act, 1992
2.2. Companies Act 1956,
2.3. Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956
2.4. Listing Agreement
2.5. Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA)
2.6. Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA)
2.7. The Competition Act, 2002
2.8. SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009 (SEBI(ICDR))
2.9. SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011
2.10. SEBI (Buy Back of Securities) Regulations, 1998
2.11. SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992
2.12. SEBI (Intermediaries) Regulations, 2008
2.13. SEBI (Delisting of Equity shares), Regulations, 2009
2.14. SEBI (Employee Stock Option Scheme and Employee Stock Purchase Scheme) Guidelines, 1999
2.15. Companies (Issue of Indian Depository Receipts) Rules, 2004 (IDR Rules)
2.16. SEBI (Issue of Sweat Equity) Regulations, 2002

3. Compliance Officer
3.1. Appointment of Compliance Officer
3.2. Role of Compliance Officer
3.3. Responsibilities of a Compliance Officer
3.3.1. Internal stakeholders Board of Directors Employees Shareholders Lenders/Creditors
3.3.2. External stakeholders General Public Associations Government Customers Suppliers
3.4. Reporting requirements
3.4.1. Mandatory Reporting
3.4.2. Exception Reporting

4. Raising Capital from the market
4.1. Why raise money from the market
4.2. Evolution of Public Issues
4.3. Raising money:
4.3.1. Share Capital Initial Public Offer (IPO) Further Public Offer (FPO) Public Issue Rights Issue Private Placement Depository Receipts
4.3.2. Debt Convertible Debentures Non-Convertible Debentures
4.3.3. Others Venture Capital Angel Funding Private Equity

5. Role of Compliance Officer in IPO
5.1. Planning an IPO
5.1.1. Steps and applicable laws involved in Planning an IPO Eligibility Decide on the Funds Required Listing and Approval for the Memorandum of Association Board Resolution/Shareholder Resolution Deciding the timeline Decide on the Promoter’s Contribution Due diligence Define due diligence and due diligence report Applicable laws for appointment of persons conducting the due diligence Areas of due diligence Interaction with the Statutory Auditors of the Company Interaction with the Legal Advisors of the Company Corporate Governance Policy on Insider Trading Common Conditions to be complied with Minimum Offer to Public Reservation on Competitive basis Appointment of other Advisors and Intermediaries Advisors and intermediaries required to be appointed Role of each of the intermediary vis-à-vis the company Eligibility criteria for the appointment of the intermediaries Preparation of the Offer Document Filing of Offer Document with SEBI Nomenclatures of offer document IPO Grading
5.2. General Obligations during Public Issue
5.3. Marketing the Issue
5.3.1. Road Show Process
5.3.2. SEBI Advertisement Code
5.3.3. Compliances during the Issue Period
5.4. Application Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA)
5.4.1. ASBA Process
5.5. Allotment of Shares
5.5.1. Allotment Process
5.5.2. Process of Refund
5.5.3. Allotment and Refund to Non-resident Indians (NRI) and Foreign Institutional Investors (FII)
5.6. Listing with Stock Exchanges
5.6.1. Process of Listing
5.7. Post Issue Compliances
5.7.1. Regulations pertaining to Post-issue Compliances

6. Role of Compliance Officer in other public Issues
6.1. Further Public Offer
6.2. Rights Issue
6.2.1. Regulations
6.2.2. Due Diligence Process
6.2.3. Preparation of the Offer Document
6.2.4. Other Procedures
6.2.5. Time Schedule
6.3. Bonus Issue
6.4. Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP)
6.5. Sweat Equity
6.6. Private Placement
6.6.1. Preferential Issue
6.6.2. Qualified Institutions Placement (QIP)
6.6.3. Institutional Placement Programme (IPP)
6.7. Indian Depository Receipts (IDR)

7. Raising money from foreign market
7.1. American Depository Receipt (ADR) / Global Depository Receipt (GDR)
7.1.1. Related Regulations
7.1.2. Two-way Fungibility Scheme
7.1.3. Sponsored ADR/GDR issue
7.1.4. Reporting of ADR/GDR issues
7.1.5. Participants in the Issue
7.1.6. Procedure
7.2. Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB)
7.2.1. Foreign Currency Exchangeable Bond (FCEB)

8. Corporate Actions
8.1. Related laws and process
8.1.1. Split/Consolidation
8.1.2. Mergers and Acquisition
8.1.3. Takeover
8.1.4. Buy-back
8.1.5. Demerger
8.1.6. Delisting

9. Ongoing Compliance Requirements 

9.1. Reports to be submitted as per Listing Agreements
9.2. Compliances under the SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers)
Regulations, 2011
9.3. 9.3. Compliances under the SEBI ( Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992
9.4. Appellate Tribunal
9.5. Scores system for investor grievance

10. Additional Read: SAT Cases

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