Kathmandu: Newly appointed chairman of the Nepal Securities Board Ramesh Hamal has taken charge. He took office after reaching the office of the Securities and Exchange Board, the regulatory body of the capital market.
Taking office, Chairman Hamal said that he came to the board with the objective of saving small investors. He also pledged to work in the interest of small investors.
Chairman Hamal said that he would play the role of regulator to develop the stock market in a clean and transparent manner and regulate all equally. He said, ‘The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has come to the fore because of the concern of the stock market. The regulatory body should be like a regulatory body. No one should be wronged. The biggest thing is not to hurt the small investors, the market can never be sustainable without small investors. Their biggest goal is to make their investments work without risk. "