- Established in 1863, CSE is the oldest stock exchange in the Indian subcontinent. However, due to regulatory and compliance issues, it was barred from trading on its platform by SEBI in April 2013.
- CSE anticipates recommencing its operations in March or April 2024. They aim to re-enter the market as the third equity exchange in India, following National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
- Despite the hiatus, CSE still maintains significance in the Indian capital market, boasting 1,842 listed companies and about 400 registered trading members. The exchange’s net worth aligns with regulatory requirements.