Sebi rates 67,228 crore rupees in debt as “difficult to retrieve.”
- At the end of March 2022, Sebi classified Rs 67,228 crore in “difficult to recover” dues.
- According to Sebi’s 2021-22 annual report, firms that failed to pay fines, fees, and investor refunds owe Rs 96,609 crore to the regulator.
- The regulator said Rs 63,206 crore, or 65% of Rs 96,609 crore, is for Collective Investment Scheme (CIS) and deemed public issues of PACL Ltd and Sahara Group entity Sahara India Commercial Corporation Ltd.
- The regulator classified Rs 67,228 crore in dues as Difficult To Recover in its annual report (DTR).