Sebi restructures its market data advisory board

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Sebi has restructured its Market Data Advisory Board which recommends policy measures in areas such as access to securities market data and privacy.

Redesigning its market data advisory board, Sebi said the panel would now be chaired by S Sahoo, a professor at National Law University in Delhi and former chairman of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI), according to the latest. controller information.

The 20-member committee was previously chaired by Madhabi Puri Buch, a former full-time member of Sebi.

In addition to Sahoo, the panel includes CEOs of stock exchanges and custodians, representatives of various stakeholders and senior officials from Sebi.

Committee members include Ashlesh Gosain, South Asia Regional Manager, Bloomberg LP, Mumbai; Reena Garg Scientist F & Head (Electronics and Information Technology Department) at BIS; Kiran Shetty, CEO and Regional Manager – India and South Asia at SWIFT India; Ganesh Ramakishnan Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay.

Also, the Director General and CEO of ESB, Ashishkumar Chauhan; Vikram Limaye, Managing Director and CEO of NSE; Mahesh Vyas, Director General of CMIE; Prithvi Haldea, President of Prime Database; and Anuj Kumar, CEO of CAMS are also the members.

The scope of the committee’s work includes identifying data scopes by segment, data needs and gaps, recommending privacy and data access regulations applicable to market data.

It is responsible for recommending an appropriate policy for access to securities market data.

In addition, the committee recommends standardization of data definitions; data identification logic (use of uniform codes to identify and store data – raw data and derived data) and data validation techniques (single source of truth, validation).

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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