(1) An issuer may list its debt securities issued on private placement basis on a recognized stock exchange subject to the following conditions:
(a) the issuer has issued such debt securities in compliance with the provisions of the Companies Act,1956, rules prescribed thereunder and other applicable laws;
(b) credit rating has been obtained in respect of such debt securities from at least one credit rating agency registered with the Board;
(c) the debt securities proposed to be listed are in dematerialized form ;
(d) the disclosures as provided in regulation 21 have been made.
(2) The issuer shall comply with conditions of listing of such debt securities as specified in the Listing Agreement with the stock exchange where such debt securities are sought to be
The designated stock exchange shall collect a regulatory fee as specified in from the issuer at the time of listing of debt securities issued on private placement basis.
SEBI (Payment of Fees and Mode of Payment) (Amendment) Regulations, 2017, w.e.f. 6.3.2017
SEBI (Payment of fees) (Amendment) Regulations, 2014 w.e.f. 23-05-2014
ILDS SCHEDULE V- REGULATORY FEES
[See Regulations 6(6) and 20]
(1)There shall be charged, in respect of every draft offer document filed by a lead merchant banker with the Board in terms of these regulations, a non-refundable fee of 0.00025% of issue size, subject to the minimum of twenty five thousand rupees and maximum of fifty lakh rupees.
(2)The fees as specified in clause (1) above shall be paid by means of a demand draft drawn in favour of ‘the Securities and Exchange Board of India’ payable at the place where the draft offer document is filed with the Board.
(3)There shall be charged, in respect of every private placement of debt securities which are listed in terms of these regulations, a non-refundable fee of five thousand rupees which shall be paid to the designated stock exchange at the time of listing of the debt securities.