In a bid to move Indians away from investing in gold and towards financial markets, India has tried to protect investors from fraud. These efforts include the Investor Education and Protection Fund, established almost 12 years ago to promote investor awareness about scams.
The new companies law takes those efforts a step further by allowing for groups of investors to appeal to a National Company Law Tribunal, whose president will be someone with at least five years of experience as a High Court Judge. The tribunal will be the main enforcing authority under the new corporate law, taking the place of the existing Company Law Board. Its decisions can be appealed in an appellate tribunal. The Supreme Court is the final court of appeal for tribunal decisions.
Defrauded investors have been empowered to claim, and get, damages or compensation from those who have committed fraud or indulged in unfair practice.
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