The obligation to conclude a listing contract with the Stock Exchange is defined by different rules relating to the initial issue of capital, the details of which are as follows: Since the SEBI Listing Regulations consolidate and streamline existing listing agreements for different segments of the capital market in a single document for different types of securities listed on stock markets, The actual calculation agreement, the signature by listed companies does not have to be so detailed and complicated. SEBI had discussed, at its board meeting on 19 November 2014, the transformation of existing listing agreements into a single global regime for different types of listed securities. SEBI has adopted the 2 Sebi (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (“SEBI Listing Regulations”) which replaces the Listing Agreement (for a summary of the main highlights of the SEBI Listing Regulations, click on nrsadvisors.com/sebi-listing-obligations-and-disclosure-requirements-regulations-2015/). Introduction of the single listing agreement format The new format of the listing agreement is uniform for all types of non-convertible bonds, non-convertible preferred shares, securitised debt securities, investment funds, Indian share bonds and specified securities such as equity and bonds convertible on the main card, the SME platform or institutional trading platforms. .