The nice has been levied within the vary of Rs 5 lakh to Rs eight lakh on 23 entities and people.
An investigation was carried out by the regulator into the shares of SEIL throughout July to December 2017 interval.
It was noticed that sure promotional SMSes have been circulated amongst buyers throughout October to November 2017 whereas the corporate’s share value was round Rs 100, which then reached to Rs 133 earlier than falling to Rs 42.95.
Additional, Sebi famous that the entities have been related to one another and had entered into synchronised trades and reversal trades amongst each other in an effort to create synthetic quantity within the scrip of SEIL.
They have been repetitively and in important portions getting into into reversal and synchronised trades within the scrip of SEIL in the course of the investigation interval.
The creation of synthetic quantity by the entities was accompanied by the circulation of false-positive SMSes in favour of SEIL, which additional attracted the buyers into dealing within the shares of the corporate, Sebi mentioned.
Nevertheless, as seen within the on the spot case, the share value fell considerably thereafter, which can have resulted in losses to the real buyers, it added.
In an order handed on Friday, Sebi’s Adjudicating Officer B J Dilip mentioned the entities and people violated provisions of PFUTP Rules.
PFUTP pertains to Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Commerce Practices.
Amongst others, a few of them had did not adjust to the summons issued by Sebi.
In accordance with one other order handed on Monday, the watchdog levied a penalty of Rs 5 lakh on Pratik S Patel for its failure to adjust to the summons issued by Sebi within the matter of Metal Trade India Ltd.