BSE has hiked its annual fee for companies listed on its platform from the next fiscal beginning April 1. The exchange which categorizes the fees for the companies based on their respective listed capital, has also made changes to various slabs for such payments.
The bourse has introduced a new slab which provides for companies with capital over Rs 3,000 crore to pay an amount of Rs 10.20 lakh as annual listing fees. These firms would also have to pay additional listing fees of Rs 3,910 for every increase of Rs 5 crore hike in capital.
BSE is the country’s leading stock exchange. It is engaged in extensive monitoring of its members, of listed companies and of market activities in order to minimize the risk of default, promote market transparency and integrity.