The ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) are considering allowing the issuance and ownership of fractional shares, Mint has reported. This is a concept that’s caught on in the US where such shares have garnered popularity among retail investors. Currently, Indian regulations prohibit ownership of less than a whole share.
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