India: NSE in talks with Sebi to tweak startup listing norms

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The National Stock Exchange (NSE) plans to ease listing norms for so-called new-age companies, in an effort to revive its dedicated start-up listing platform, which has struggled to generate interest.

NSE is in discussions with markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to tweak some of the conditions for listing through the platform to make it more attractive to start-ups and investors, Vikram Limaye, NSE managing director and chief executive, said in an interview. Limaye did not provide a timeline for when the changes may be notified.

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