Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has recently released a Consultation Paper on E-voting facility provided by Listed entities.
According to SEBI regulations, listed entities are required to provide remote e-voting facility to theirshareholders for all shareholders’ resolutions.
At present, multiple e-voting service providers (ESP) provide e-voting facility to listed entities and shareholders are required to register and maintain multiple user IDs and passwords with them. To enable e-voting through a single login credential, SEBI has suggested a mechanism wherein demat account holders may access e-voting portals of multiple ESPs through web-based services provided by depository participant. The report is attached for your reference.
In this regard, we request you to share your comments on the report, if any, by 24th March 2020 to Tejasvi@nasscom.in