NSE will initiate further regulatory action on the companies which could include suspension if they do not comply with the requirement to file quarterly financial results.
The decision has been communicated through letters to investors of these companies by Central Depository Services Ltd (CDSL).
"The exchange has taken an initiative to intimate shareholders of the companies through CDSL who have not submitted financial results, shareholding pattern," an National Stock Exchange (NSE) spokesperson told PTI.
The list of non-compliant companies include Mehul Choksi-owned Gitanjali Gems.
ABG Shipyard, Amtek Auto, DS Kulkarni Developers, Bharati Defence and Infrastructure, Educomp Solutions, Shree Renuka Sugars, Moser-Baer (I) and Sterling Biotech are also among the 24 companies on the list.
"Investors are requested to kindly take note that companies in which you have invested have not submitted quarterly filings of financial results for the quarter December 31," the CDSL letter available with PTI said.
"Exchange has levied fines on the company and continued non-compliance may lead to further regulatory action on the company which may include suspension." it added.
Companies are required to file the results on a quarterly basis within 45 days from the end of the quarter, under the listing norms.
Further, the exchanges can invoke suspension of trading in case of subsequent and consecutive defaults.
Sebi rules mandate the bourses to follow a system of uniform fine structure for non-compliance with listing norms and a standard operating procedure for suspension of specified securities.
According to the norms, exchanges can levy a penalty of Rs 5,000 per day on the entity for failure to file financial results, till the date of compliance. This fine is payable if it is the first case of such non-compliance by the company.
For each subsequent and consecutive non-compliance, exchanges have to impose a fine of Rs 10,000 per day of not complying, till the date of compliance.
If the violation continues for more than 15 days, additional fine of 0.1 per cent of paid up capital of the entity or Rs 1 crore, whichever is less is imposed.
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