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Explosive Revelation: Expert Panel's Report Unveils Shocking Details in Adani-Hindenburg Controversy!

  • Posted on May 20, 2023
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A panel of experts appointed by the Supreme Court has determined that there is no definitive proof of stock price manipulation within the companies of the Adani group

A panel of experts appointed by the Supreme Court has determined that there is no definitive proof of stock price manipulation within the companies of the Adani group. However, the committee stated that it is unable to definitively determine whether regulatory oversights played a role in potential price manipulations.

On March 2, the highest court directed the establishment of a committee comprising six individuals to examine the accusations of stock manipulation made by Hindenburg Research, a US-based short-seller, against the Adani Group. The committee's task was to investigate potential instances where the Adani Group may have neglected to disclose transactions involving affiliated parties and determine whether stock prices were unlawfully influenced.


 

A panel of experts appointed by the Supreme Court has determined that there is no definitive proof of stock price manipulation within the companies of the Adani group.
Adani-Hindenburg Controversy!


In its January 24 report, the Hindenburg research firm made serious accusations against the Adani Group, alleging "manipulation of stocks and fraudulent accounting practices." The report went as far as labeling it the "biggest deception in the annals of corporate affairs." In response, the Adani Group vehemently denied all the allegations levied against them.

 

Here are the main findings highlighted in the report submitted by the panel:

1. Adani has implemented measures to assure retail investors and address their concerns.

 

2. Analysis of factual information demonstrates a significant rise in retail investment exposure to Adani stocks since January 24. The group's efforts to instill confidence in the stock have been effective, resulting in stable stock performance.

 

3. All parties involved have provided sworn statements attesting that the Foreign Portfolio Investments (FPI) are not financed by the Adani Group. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has yet to substantiate its suspicions with concrete evidence to support a strong legal case.

 

4. Sebi, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, has reported the detection of suspicious trading activities involving six entities prior to the release of the Hindenburg report. However, due to insufficient information, Sebi is unable to conclusively address the suspicions surrounding Adani's 13 offshore investors.

 

5. At the moment, it is not feasible for Sebi to establish any violations of the public float by Adani companies. The regulatory body has stated that it is conducting a thorough investigation into the actions of the six entities that held short positions.

 

6. Sebi has uncovered 13 transactions that potentially breach related party regulations and involve fraudulent trading practices within the Adani group of companies.

 

7. An effective enforcement policy that aligns with Sebi's legislative position is necessary. Sebi, the securities market regulator, suspects misconduct but also finds adherence to various regulations, creating a dilemma.

 

8. Additionally, the data indicated that retail investors' exposure to Adani stocks increased after January 24, 2023.

 

In its January 24 report, the Hindenburg research firm made serious accusations against the Adani Group, alleging "manipulation of stocks and fraudulent accounting practices."
Adani group


The committee, led by retired Supreme Court judge Justice AM Sapre and including OP Bhatt, KV Kamath, Nandan Nilekani, and Somsekhar Sundaresan, analyzed empirical data and concluded that the overall Indian stock market did not experience excessive volatility during the specified period.

 

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