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National Stock Exchange

24 June 2011

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has reportedly fixed the penalty to be imposed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) a month after having found the bourse guilty of abuse of dominant position in a dispute with MCX-SX.

27 May 2011

stock_exchange_chartExclusive: P&A Associates and client MCX-SX won an order from the Competition Commission of India (CCI) finding that the National Stock Exchange (NSE), which was represented by Amarchand Mangaldas and Vaish Associates, had abused its dominant position.

The case will head to the CCI on 2 June to allow NSE to respond on the question of penalty, but the decision significantly reduced the director general’s (DG) earlier definition of the “relevant market” in a partial victory for NSE, according to a CCI draft order that Legally India has seen.

17 June 2009

NSEIndia_thumbAmarchand and US firm Shearman & Sterling jointly advised the Californian venture capital fund Norwest Venture Partners in buying Rs250 crore ($51m) in the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) under new foreign investment rules.