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    STUDY MATERIAL

    PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME

    CAPITAL, COMMODITY AND

    MONEY MARKET

    MODULE 3 ELECTIVE PAPER 9.2

    ICSI House, 22, Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110 003 tel 011-4534 1000, 4150 4444 fax +91-11-2462 6727 email info@icsi.edu website www.icsi.edu

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    PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME

    CAPITAL, COMMODITY AND MONEY MARKET

    Efficient financial systems are indispensable for speedy economic development. The financial system of a country is a conglomeration of sub market, viz. capital, commodity and money market. The flow of funds in these markets is multi directional depending upon liquidity, risk profile, yield pattern, interest rate differential or arbitrage opportunities, regulatory restrictions etc. As the Indian economy gets integrated with the global economy empowered by increasingly sophisticated information and technology systems, there is an acute need for trained professionals to entrust important roles in all the spheres of the financial market activity. This study material has been designed to provide expert knowledge and understanding of various capital market instruments, commodity market products, money market instruments, key features and participants in these markets, raising capital in international market by companies etc.

    This study material has been published to aid the students in preparing for the Capital, Commodity and Money Market paper of the CS Professional Programme. It is part of the educational kit and takes the students step by step through each phase of preparation stressing key concepts, pointers and procedures.

    Company Secretaryship being a professional course, the examination standards are set very high, with emphasis on knowledge of concepts, applications, procedures, for which sole reliance on the contents of this study material may not be enough. Besides, as per the Company Secretaries Regulations, 1982, students are expected to be conversant with the amendments to the laws made upto six months preceding the date of examination. The material may, therefore, be regarded as the basic material and must be read alongwith the original Bare Acts, Rules, Regulations, Academic Guidance etc.

    The subject of Capital, Commodity and Money Market is inherently complicated and is subject to constant refinement through, rules and regulations made thereunder. It is, therefore becomes necessary for every student to constantly update himself with the various legislative changes made from time to time by referring to the Institute’s journal e- bulletin ‘Student Company Secretary’, as well as other professional journals. In the event of any doubt, students may write to the Directorate of Academics of the Institute for clarification at academics@icsi.edu.

    Although care has been taken in publishing this study material yet the possibility of errors, omissions and/or discrepancies cannot be ruled out. This publication is released with an understanding that the Institute shall not be responsible for any errors, omissions and/or discrepancies or any action taken in that behalf. Should there be any discrepancy, error or omission noted in the study material, the Institute shall be obliged if the same is brought to its notice.

    There is open book examination for this Elective Subject of Professional Programme. This is to inculcate and develop skills of creative thinking, problem solving and decision making amongst students of its professional programme and to assess their analytical ability, real understanding of facts and concepts and mastery to apply, rather than to simply recall, replicate and reproduce concepts and principles in the examination.

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    SYLLABUS

    ELECTIVE PAPER 2: CAPITAL, COMMODITY & MONEY MARKET (100 Marks)

    Level of Knowledge: Expert Knowledge

    Objective: To acquire specialized knowledge of Capital, Commodity and Money Market

    Detailed Contents:

    1. Economic Framework

    – Basic structure of Flow of funds in the economy;

    – Capital Markets its Role in Capital formation, Functions of Liquidity, , Resource Allocation and Transaction Cost-reduction

    2. Legal Framework

    – Ministry of Finance (Capital Markets Division,Department of Economic Affairs)

    – Ministry of Corporate Affairs

    – Companies Act, 2013

    – SEBI Act, 1992

    – Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 (SCRA)

    – Depositories Act, 1996

    – SEBI Regulations and Guidelines– An Overview, SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trdaing) Regulations, 1992, SEBI (Substantial Acquisitions of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011 (SAST)

    – Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002

    – Grievance Redressal Mechanism: Stock Exchange (Investor Protection Fund), SEBI, Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT), Supreme Court

    – Enforcement: Economic Offences Wing, Financial Intelligence Unit, Central Bureau of Investigation, Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

    3. Financial Intermediaries Framework

    – Framework of Market Infrastructure Institutions (MII), Stock Exchanges Clearing Corporations, Custodians,

    – Depositories, Depository Participants, Registrars and Transfer Agents (RTA), Bankers to issue

    – Merchant Bankers, Underwriters, , Investment Advisors, Portfolio Managers, Self Certified Syndicate Banks,

    – Brokers, Sub-brokers, Market-makers

    – Credit Rating Agencies

    4. Primary Markets

    – IPO, FPO, Offer for Sale, Private Placement, Preferential Allotment, Institutional Placement Procedures (IPP), Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP), Rights Issue, Bonus Issue

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    – Prospectus, DRHP, Shelf Prospectus, Red Herring prospectus

    – Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE)

    – SEBI (Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009

    – Lead Manager (Pre & Post Issue Activities)

    – Due Diligence Review

    – Underwriting obligations

    – Basis of Allotment

    – Book-building

    – Pre-issue and Post-issue activities,

    – Green-shoe Option

    – Pre-listing and Post-listing activities, Listing Agreement

    5. Secondary Markets

    – Opening day (listing)

    – Continuing compliance obligations and disclosures: Post-listing activities, Corporate Actions

    – Requirements for Continuing Listing

    – Corporate Governance Norms

    – Disclosures as per Listing Agreement: Price Sensitive Information, Material Changes, Quarterly results

    – Functioning of an Exchange: Margining, Trading, Clearing and Settlement, Trade Guarantee Fund, Trading Software, Arbitration Mechanism

    – Stock Market Indices

    6. Capital Market Investment Institutions

    – Domestic Financial Institutions (DFI) , Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIB), Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) , Private Equity (PE), Angel Funds, HNIs, Venture Capital (VC), Qualified Foreign Investors (QFI), Mutual Funds, Alternative Investment Funds (AIF), Hedge Funds, Pension Funds

    7. Capital Market Instruments

    – Equities

    – Preference Shares, Shares with Differential Voting Rights (DVR)

    – Corporate Debt :Non Convertible Debentures (NCD), Partly-and Fully-Convertible Debentures (PCD, FCD)

    – NCDs with or without Call and Put Features

    – Bonds, Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB)

    – Indian Depository Receipts (IDR)

    – Derivatives: Single Stock Futures, Single Stock Options, Index futures (SENSEX, NIFTY), Index Options, Interest Rate Futures, Currency futures

    – Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)

    – Warrants

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    8. Resource Mobilization through International Markets

    – Global Depository Receipt (GDR)

    – American Depository Receipt (ADR)

    – Listing on the London Alternative Investment Market (AIM), NASDAQ, NYSE

    9. Landmark Studies and Report of Committees on Capital Markets

    10. Economics of Commodities Marketing

    (a) Economic Rationale for Commodities Trading Place and store value

    (b) Perishables and non-perishables

    (c) Tangibles and Intangibles (Weather , Freight)

    (d) How resources can be optimized through price hedges

    11. Commodities Market Operations

    – Origin of Commodity Market in India

    – Products, Participants and Functions

    – Evolution of Commodity Exchanges; Regulatory Framework

    – Structure Of Commodity exchanges, membership, Risk Management, Clearing and Settlement System, Commodities Traded on Stock Exchanges Platform-NCDEX, MCX SX

    – Instruments available for Trading

    – Using commodity exchanges for Hedging, Speculation and Arbitrage

    12. Introduction to Money Market

    – Nature & Deployment of Surplus Funds and Raising of Short-term funds, Characteristics of Money Market

    – Regulatory framework of RBI, FIMMDA (Fixed Income, Money Market and Derivatives Association) and Foreign Exchange Dealers Associat