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V S Sundaresan takes charge as Sebi executive director

Sundaresan earlier worked as chief general manager in enquiries and adjudication department in Sebi.

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Dec 10, 2019, 07.29 PM IST
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He has been a member of various Sebi and inter-regulatory Committees.
Mumbai: V S Sundaresan took charge as executive director of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Monday, the regulator said on Tuesday.

Sundaresan earlier worked as chief general manager in enquiries and adjudication department in Sebi, and has more than 30 years of experience in the development, regulation and protection of interest of investors in Indian securities market and has worked in various departments in Sebi.

He was head of the investigations department till July 31, and had supervised more than 500 investigation cases on market manipulation, insider trading, takeover of companies, public issues, collective investment schemes, compliance with continuous listing requirements, etc.

His past assignments include formulation and enforcement of regulations on issuance of securities, listing, takeover of companies, buy-back and delisting, trading, clearing and settlement, risk management, dematerialisation, registration and supervision of stock brokers.

He has been a member of various Sebi and inter-regulatory Committees.

Sundaresan is a graduate in Commerce, and holds Post Graduation in Finance and Human Resources and a degree in law. He is also a Certificated Associate Member of Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.

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