Nature of grievance

Complaint to SEBI may be made u/s 11 of the SEBI Act, 1992. For all these below stated issues, complaint can be made online to SEBI, at prescribed format therein provided in SEBI website.


  1. Against Listed Companies – like – Refund / Allotment / Dividend / Transfer / Bonus / Rights/ Redemption / Interest;

    • Pre-listing / Offer Document
    • De-listing of Shares / Securities
    • Buy-Back of Shares / Securities
    • Takeover and Restructuring
    • Corporate Governance / Listing Conditions
  2. Against, and in respect of –
  1. Registrar and Transfer Agents
  2. Stock Brokers
  3. Sub Brokers
  4. Portfolio Managers
  5. Stock Exchanges
  6. Depository
  7. Mutual Fund Companies
  8. Collective Investment Schemes
  9. Merchant Bankers
  10. Debenture Trustees
  11. Bankers to an issue
  12. Credit Rating Agencies
  13. Custodian of Securities
  14. Foreign Institutional Investors
  15. Underwriters
  16. Venture Capital Funds
  17. Price / Market manipulations
  18. Insider Trading

And where SEBI fails to take appropriate / desired action against the Company / Stock Broker / Stock Exchange, then Appeal may be preferred u/s 15T of SEBI Act, 1992 or under section 23L of the Securities Contract (Regulations) Act, 1956, before Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT); or Writ Petition may be filed in the respective High Court against SEBI for its alleged inaction.