The recent proposal from finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman to increase the minimum level of public shareholding from current 25% to 35% in listed firms is a welcome step to improve price discovery of stocks and corporate governance mechanism. This also results in increase in institutional shareholding in a firm. Also, it’s a positive step towards increasing retail and international investors’ participation in Indian stock market.

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