Three-day ultimatum from the Ministry of Finance to the Securities and Exchange Board

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Kathmandu, July 29 – The Ministry of Finance has sought an explanation from the Securities and Exchange Board of Nepal (SEBON) amid rumors of buying and selling of unwanted shares.

The Ministry of Finance has sought an explanation from Cebon after the news of the involvement of the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board in the issue of unwanted buying and selling of shares of a company in the stock market.

What is the reality of the Ministry of Finance publishing a notice on Thursday? The board has been given an ultimatum to send a letter to the ministry within three days with an explanation.

The name of the chairman of the board Bhishmaraj Dhungana has also been linked in the case of buying shares of the best cement from the book building system which has been very popular in the market recently.

What is the relationship, news and reality between Best Cement and Chairman Dhungana? The ministry has asked Cebon for clarification.

Published Date : 29 Jul 2021

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