SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA1

Arrangement of Sections

1. Short title.

PART I

ESTABLISHMENT AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA

2. Establishment and Constitution of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka.

3. Membership of the Commission.

4. Term of office of appointed members.

5. Removal and resignation of appointed members.

6. Remuneration of members.

7. Meeting of the Commission.

8. Chairman of the Commission.

9. Members to disclose any interest in any decision to be made by the Commission.

10. Acts not invalidated by reason of a vacancy.

11. Seal of the Commission.

PART II

OBJECTS, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS

12. Objects of the Commission.

13. Powers, duties and functions of the Commission.

14. Powers of inspection etc. of the Commission.

14A. Levy of cess.

14B. Cess Fund.

PART III

GRANT OF LICENCE TO A STOCK EXCHANGE, A STOCK BROKER OR A STOCK DEALER AND THE REGISTRATION OF MARKET INTERMEDIARIES

15. Grant of a licence as a stock exchange or as a stock broker or stock dealer.

16. Terms and conditions to be complied with for the grant of a licence to a stock exchange.

17. Terms and conditions to be complied with for the grant of a licence to a stock dealer or a stock broker.

18. Terms and conditions to be complied with by an individual for the grant of a licence as a stock broker or a stock dealer.

18A. Furnishing incorrect or false information.

19. Grant of a certificate.

19A. Registration of market intermediaries.

20. Renewal of licence.

21. Cancellation of a licence granted to a stock broker or a stock dealer.

21A. Suspension and cancellation of registration

22. Appeal to the Court of Appeal

23. Consequence of death, resignation, expiration of a licensed stock broker or a licensed stock dealer.

23A. Taking over administration and management of licensed stock exchange.

24. Rules of a licensed stock exchange.

25. Alteration of any particulars furnished.

26.

27. Lending or borrowing of securities without the consent of customer prohibited.

28. Purchase, sale of listed securities.

28A. Prohibition against the listing of shares in certain cases.

29. Trading or otherwise dealing in listed securities by licensed stock brokers and licensed stock dealers.

29A. Issue of securities.

30. Use of words "stock exchange”, "stock broker”, or "stock dealer”.

PART IIIA

GRANT OF A LICENCE TO OPERATE A UNIT TRUST

31. Grant of a licence to operate a unit trust.

31A. Requirements to be complied with for the purpose of granting a licence to operate a unit trust.

31B. Withdrawal of approval of a trustee.

31C. Grant of a licence.

31D. Cancellation of a licence granted to a managing company.

31E. Appeal from a refusal, cancellation or suspension.

31F. Amendment of trust deed relating to unit trust.

31G. Alteration of any particular furnished.

31H. Restriction on the use of the words "unit trust”

31I. Restriction on issue of advertisement inviting investment in unit trust.

31J. Limitation of liability of trustee for breaches of trust.

PART IV

INSIDER DEALING

32. Prohibition on trading in listed securities by insiders.

33. Prohibition on abuse of information obtained in official capacity.

33A. Offences under this Part.

34. Interpretation of this Part.

PART V

FINANCE

35. Fund of the Commission.

36. Financial year.

37. Audit of accounts.

38. Compensation Fund.

39. Appointment of Compensation Committee

40. Application for compensation.

41. Payment of Compensation.

PART VI

GENERAL

42. Director-General.

43. Staff of the Commission.

44. Appointment of officers and servants of public corporations to the staff of the Commission.

45. Production of documents and disclosure of information.

46. Establishment of Committee to hear complaints of shareholders.

46A. Inquiries and investigations.

47. Members and employees of the Commission deemed to be public servants.

48. Commission deemed to be a scheduled institution within the meaning of the Bribery Act.

49. Furnishing of information to the Minister.

50. Protection for action taken under the Act.

50A. Threatening, intimidating, defaming members of the Commission.

51. Offences.

51A. Compounding of offences.

52. Regulations made by the Minister.

53. Rules made by the Commission.

54. Amendment to the Companies Act, No. 17 of 1982.

55. Interpretation.

SCHEDULE

36 of 1987,

26 of 1991,

18 of 2003,

47 of 2009.

AN ACT to provide for the establishment of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka for the purpose of regulating the securities market of Sri Lanka, to grant licences to stock exchanges, managing companies in respect of each unit trust, stock brokers and stock dealers who engage in the business of trading in securities; to register market intermediaries; to set up a compensation fund, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

[Am by s 2 of Act 26 of 1991; s 2 of Act 18 of 2003.]

[Date of Commencement: 27th August, 1987]

1. Short title.

This Act may be cited as the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka.

[S 1 am by s 3 of Act 26 of 1991.]

PART I

ESTABLISHMENT AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA

2. Establishment and Constitution of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka.

(1) There shall be established a Commission which shall be called the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission”) consisting of the persons who are members thereof under section 3.

(2) The Commission shall, by the name assigned to it by subsection (1), be a body corporate and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal and may, sue and be sued in such name.

[S 2 am by s 3 of Act 26 of 1991.]

3. Membership of the Commission.

(1) The Commission shall consist of—

(a) The following members to be appointed by the Minister (hereinafter referred to as "appointed members”.)

(i) a Deputy Governor of the Central Bank nominated by the Governor of such Bank: and

(ii) six other persons drawn from the private sector possessing professional expertise, wide experience and proven competency in the fields of law, finance, banking or business in order to reflect the multidisciplinary character of the Commission.

[S 3(1)(a)(ii) subs by s 2 of Act 47 of 2009.]

(b) the following ex-officio members;

(i) the person for the time being holding the office of Deputy Secretary to the Treasury;

(ii) the person for the time being holding the office of Registrar of Companies; and

(iii) the person for the time been holding the office of President Institute of chartered Accountants, established by the Chartered Accountants Act, No. 23 of 1959.

(2) The Minister shall nominate from amongst the members of the Commission, one member to be the Chairman of the Commission.

4. Term of office of appointed members.

Every appointed member of the Commission shall, unless he vacates office earlier by death, resignation or removal, hold office for a term of three years and shall be eligible for reappointment.

5. Removal and resignation of appointed members.

(1) Any appointed member of the Commission may at any time resign his office by letter to that effect addressed to the Minister and such resignation shall take effect upon it being accepted by the Minister in writing.

(2) The Minister may, by Order published in the Gazette, remove, any appointed member from office without assigning any reason therefor and such removal shall not be question in any court.

(3) In the event of the vacation of office by death, resignation, removal or the operation of the provisions of subsection (5) of any appointed member, the Minister may appoint another person, having regard to the provisions of paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 3, to hold office for the unexpired period of the term of office of the number whom he succeeds.

[S 5(3) am by s 4(1) of Act 26 of 1991.]

(4) if any appointed member of the Commission is temporarily unable to perform the duties of his office during any period due to ill-health or absence from Sri Lanka or far any other cause, the Minister may appoint some other person to act in his place during such period having regard to the provisions of paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 3.

(5) An appointed member of the Commission who without leave of the Commission first being obtained, absents himself from three consecutive meetings of the Commission, shall be deemed to have vacated his office.

[S 5(5) ins by s 4(2) of Act 26 of 1991.]

6. Remuneration of members.

The members of the Commission may be paid such remuneration out of the fund of the Commission as may be determined by the Minister.

7. Meeting of the Commission.

(1) The Chairman of the Commission shall if present, preside at all meetings of the Commission. In the absence of the Chairman from any such meetings, the members present shall elect one of the members to preside at such meeting.

[S 7(1) am by s 5 of Act 26 of 1991.]

(2) The quorum for any meeting of the Commission shall be five members and the Commission may subject to the requirement as to quorum, regulate the procedure in regard to the meetings of the Commission and the transaction of business at such meetings.

(3) All questions for decision at any meeting of the Commission shall be decided by the vote of the majority of the members present. In the case of an equality of votes the member presiding shall have a casting vote.

8. Chairman of the Commission.

(1) If the Chairman of the Commission is, by reason of illness or absence from Sri Lanka temporarily unable to perform the duties of his office the Minister shall nominate other member of the Commission to act in his place.

(2) The Minister may, without assigning any reason therefor, terminate the appointment of the Chairman.

(3) The Chairman may at any time resign from the office of Chairman by a letter addressed to the Minister. Such resignation shall take effect upon it being accepted by the Minister in writing.

(4) Subject to the provisions of subsections (2) and (3) the term of office of the Chairman shall be his period of membership of the Commission.

9. Members to disclose any interest in any decision to be made by the Commission.

A member who is directly or indirectly interested in any decision that is to be taken on any matter by the Commission shall disclose the nature of such interest at the meeting of the Commission where such decision is being taken. The disclosure shall be recorded in the minutes of the meetings of the Commission and such member shall not take part in any deliberation or decision of the Commission with regard to that matter, and shall withdraw from such meeting while such deliberation is in progress or such decision is being made.

10. Acts not invalidated by reason of a vacancy.

No act or decision or proceeding of the Commission shall be invalidated by reason only of the existence of a vacancy among its members or of any defect in the appointment of a member thereof.

11. Seal of the Commission.

(1) The seal of the Commission shall be in the custody of the Commission.

(2) The seal of the Commission may be altered in such manner as may be determined by the Commission.

(3) The seal of the Commission shall not be affixed to any instrument or document except in the presence of one member of the Commission and the Director-General of the Commission or in the absence of the Director-General, in the presence of any two members of the Commission, who shall sign the instrument in token of their presence.

[S 11(3) subs by s 6 of Act 26 of 1991.]

PART II

OBJECTS, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS

12. Objects of the Commission.

The objects of the Commission shall be—

(a) the creation and maintenance of a market in which securities can be issued and traded in an orderly and fair manner;

(b) the protection of the interests of investors;

[S 12(b) subs by s 7 of Act 26 of 1991.]

(c) the operation of a Compensation Fund to protect investors from financial loss arising as a result of any licensed stock broker or licensed stock dealer being found incapable of meeting his contractual obligations; and

[S 12(c) am by s 3 of Act 18 of 2003.]

(d) the regulation of the securities market and to ensure that professional standards are maintained in such market.

13. Powers, duties and functions of the Commission.

For the purpose of carrying out its objects the Commission may exercise, perform and discharge all or any of the following powers, duties and functions—

(a) to grant a licence to a body corporate to operate as a stock exchange and ensure the proper conduct of its business;

(b) to grant a licence to any person to operate as a stock broker or a stock dealer as, the case may be, and ensure the proper conduct of their business;

(bb) to grant a licence to a managing company to operate a unit trust and to ensure the proper conduct of the business of such unit trust;

[S 13(bb) ins by s 8(1) of Act 26 of 1991.]

(bbb) to grant a certificate of registration to any person to carryon business as a market intermediary and to ensure the proper conduct of such business;

[S 13(bbb) ins by s 4(1) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(c) to give general or specific directions to a licensed stock exchange or a licensed stock broker or a licensed stock dealer or a licensed managing company or a trustee of a unit trust or a registered market intermediary, from time to time;

[S 13(c) subs by s 4(2) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(cc) to issue general or specific directives to listed public companies from time to time.

[S 13(cc) ins by s 3 of Act 47 of 2009.]

(d) to grant compensation to any investor who suffers pecuniary loss arising as a result of any licensed stock broker or licensed stock dealer being found incapable of meeting his contractual obligations;

[S 13(d) am by s 4(3) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(e) to advise the Government on the development of the securities market;

(f) to employ such officers and servants as may be necessary for the purpose of carrying out the work of the Commission;

(g) to regulate the listing and issue of securities in a licensed stock exchange;

[S 13(g) rep by s 8(3) of Act 26 of 1991; ins by s 4(4) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(gg) to direct a licensed stock exchange to reject any application made to it for listing;

[S 13(gg) ins by s 4(4) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(h) to cancel or suspend the listing of any securities or the trading of any listed securities or to suspend the trading of all listed securities for not more than three days at a time, for the protection of investors;

[S 13(h) subs by s 8(4) of Act 26 of 1991; am by s 4(5) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(i) to inquire and conduct investigations into any activity of a licensed stock exchange, a licensed stock broker or licensed stock dealer, a licensed managing company or a trustee of a unit trust, a registered market intermediary or any listed public company;

[S 13(i) subs by s 4(6) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(j) to publish findings of malfeasance by any licensed stock broker or licensed stock dealer or a licensed managing company or a trustee of a unit trust, or a registered market intermediary or any listed public company;

[S 13(j) subs by s 4(7) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(k) to implement the policies and programmes of the Government with respect to the market in securities;

(l) to acquire in any manner whatsover and hold, take or give on lease or hire, mortgage, pledge, sell or otherwise dispose of any immovable or movable property; and

(m) to request the Registrar of Companies, in the exercise of the powers conferred on it by section 227 of the Companies Act, No. 17 of 1982, to call upon a private limited liability company to become a public limited company; and

[S 13(m) subs by s 8(7) of Act 26 of 1991.]

(n) to regulate takeovers or mergers where such take-over or merger is between one or more listed companies or where at least one of the parties involved in such take-over or merger is a listed public company;

[S 13(n) ins by s 8(7) of Act 26 of 1991; subs by s 4(8) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(o) to conduct investigations into any alleged violation or contravention of the provisions of this Act or any rule or regulation made thereunder by any person; and

[S 13(o) ins by s 4(8) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(p) to do all such other acts as may be incidental or conducive to, the attainment of the objects of the Commission or the exercise of its powers under this Act.

[S 13(p) ins by s 4(8) of Act 18 of 2003.]

14. Powers of inspection etc. of the Commission.

The Commission shall in addition to the powers specified in section 13 also have the power to—

(a) carry out inspections of the activities of licensed stock exchanges, licensed stock brokers, licensed stock dealers licensed managing companies or trustees of unit trusts or registered market intermediaries. in order to determine whether they are operating in conformity with the provisions of this Act or any regulations or rules made thereunder and to charge the costs incurred in carrying out such inspections from the licensed stock exchange, licensed stock broker, licensed stock dealer, licensed managing company or trustee of a unit trust or registered market intermediary as the case may be, whose activities are being inspected;

[S 14(a) subs by s 5(1) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(b) require licensed stock exchanges, licensed stock brokers, licensed stock dealers, licensed managing companies of unit trusts and registered market intermediaries to file with the Commission, annual balance sheet and income statements, certified by a qualified auditor in the form and manner specified by the Commission.

[S 14(b) am by s 5(2) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(c) require the licensed managing company of a unit trust to file with the Commission, in respect of every year, at least two reports of the activities of that unit trust for that year. Every such report shall contain such particulars as may from time to time be determined by the Commission. The first report shall be filed not later than the thirtieth of September of that year and the second report shall be filed not later than the thirty-first of March of the subsequent year.

[S 14(c) ins by s 9 of Act 26 of 1991; am by s 5(3) of
Act 18 of 2003.]

14A. Levy of cess.

(1) There shall be charged, levied and paid a cess at such rates as may be specified by the Minister by Order published in the Gazette on every purchase and sale of securities recorded in a licensed stock exchange or notified to it under its rules by both the purchaser and the seller. Different rates may be specified in respect of different classes of securities.

(2) The cess imposed under this section shall be in addition to any other tax or cess levied under any, other written law.

[S 14A ins by s 6 of Act 18 of 2003.]

14B. Cess Fund.

(1) There shall be established a fund called the Cess Fund to which shall be credited the proceeds of the cess imposed under section 14A.

(2) There shall be paid out of the Cess Fund such sums as may be authorised by the Commission for the purpose of—

(a) developing the securities market;

(b) enhancing monies lying to the credit of the Compensation Fund established under section 38; and

(c) exercising, performing and discharging the powers, duties and functions of the Commission for the purpose of achieving its objects.

(3) The money lying to the credit of the Cess Fund may be invested by the Commission in such manner as may be determined by the Commission.

[S 14B ins by s 6 of Act 18 of 2003.]

PART III

GRANT OF LICENCE TO A STOCK EXCHANGE, A STOCK BROKER OR A STOCK DEALER AND THE REGISTRATION OF MARKET INTERMEDIARIES

[Subs by s 7 of Act 18 of 2003.]

15. Grant of a licence as a stock exchange or as a stock broker or stock dealer.

Subject to the provisions of section 30 from and after the appointed date—

(a) anybody corporate which is carrying on or intends to carry on the business of operating a stock exchange; or

(b) any person who is carrying on or who intends to carry on the business of a stock broker or, of a stock dealer,

shall make an application to the Commission for the grant of a licence as a stock exchange, stock broker or a stock dealer, as the case may be, in such form, together with such documents and such fee as may be specified by the Commission from time to time in that behalf.

[S 15 am by s 8 of Act 18 of 2003.]

16. Terms and conditions to be complied with for the grant of a licence to a stock exchange.

No licences shall be granted under this Act to anybody corporate as a stock exchange which does not comply with the terms and conditions set out in Part I of the Schedule hereto.

17. Terms and conditions to be complied with for the grant of a licence to a stock dealer or a stock broker.

No licence shall be granted under this Act to anybody corporate as a stock dealer or a stock broker as the case may be, which does not comply with the terms and conditions set out in Part II of the Schedule hereto.

18. Terms and conditions to be complied with by an individual for the grant of a licence as a stock broker or a stock dealer.

No licence shall be granted under this Act to any individual who does not comply with the terms and conditions set out in Part III of the Schedule hereto.

[S 18 am by s 10 of Act 26 of 1991.]

18A. Furnishing incorrect or false information.

(1) Where a licence is granted to a stock broker or stock dealer on the basis of particulars furnished by such stock broker or stock dealer which are subsequently found to be inaccurate or false, the Commission shall suspend for a specified period the licence granted to such stock broker or stock dealer and request such stock broker or stock dealer to furnish the correct particulars on or before the expiry of the period of suspension. The Commission may on receipt of the particulars and after consideration thereof, revoke the order of suspension.

(2) Where the particulars are not furnished within the period specified under subsection (1) in compliance with a request made under that subsection or the Commission determines on a consideration of the particulars furnished that the order of suspension should not be revoked, it shall cancel the licence.

[S 18A ins by s 11 of Act 26 of 1991.]

19. Grant of a certificate.

(1) On receipt of an application made under section 15, the Commission having considered the particulars stated therein and, where it deems necessary, having given the applicant an opportunity of being heard, in person or by a representative, shall by written notice to the applicant, inform the applicant whether he is being granted licence or not.

(2) Where the Commission grants a licence to—

(a) a body corporate to carry on the business of a stock exchange, it shall issue a certificate to that effect for a period of five years; or

(b) any person to carry on the business of a stock broker or stock dealer, it shall issue a certificate to that effect for a period of one year.

19A. Registration of market intermediaries.

(1) Any person who is carrying on or who intends to carryon business as a market intermediary shall register with the Commission for such purpose.

(2) An application for the purpose of registration under subsection (1) shall be made to the Commission in such form, together with such documents and such fee as may be prescribed by the Commission from time to time in that behalf.

(3) On receipt of an application for registration, the Commission having considered the particulars stated therein and where it appears necessary having given the applicant an opportunity of being heard, shall by written notice inform the applicant whether he is being registered as a market intermediary or not, and where he is registered as a market intermediary, issue him with a certificate of registration valid for a period of one year effective from the date of issue of such certificate. Every person issued with a certificate of registration is referred to in this Act as a "registered market intermediary”.

(4) No person shall be registered as a market intermediary unless he complies with the terms and conditions set out in Part V of the Schedule hereto.

[S 19A ins by s 9 of Act 18 of 2003.]

20. Renewal of licence.

(1) A licensed stock exchange may six months prior to the expiry of the licence, make an application to the Commission in the prescribed from together with a prescribed fee for a renewal of the licence.

[S 20(1) subs by s 12 of Act 26 of 1991; am by s 10(1) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(2) A licensed stock broker. a licensed stock dealer: or a registered market intermediary may three months prior to the expiry of the licence or the registration as the case may be, make an application to the Commission in the prescribed form, together with the prescribed fee for a renewal of his licence or the registration as the case may be.

[S 20(2) subs by s 10(2) of Act 18 of 2003.]

(3) In granting a renewal of a licence or registration, the Commission shall satisfy itself that the licensed stock exchange, the licensed stock broker, the licensed stock dealer or the registered market intermediary, as the case may be, has at no time been guilty of contravening any provisions of this Act or any rules or regulations made under this Act.

[S 20(3) am by s 10(3) of Act 18 of 2003.]

21. Cancellation of a licence granted to a stock broker or a stock dealer.

(1) The Commission shall cancel or suspend the licence granted to a stock broker or a stock dealer, where the Commission is satisfied that—

(a) the stock broker or the stock dealer has acted in breach of any provisions of this Act, or any rules or regulations made under this Act; or

(b) the stock broker or the stock dealer has ceased to be of good financial standing; or

(c) the stock broker or the stock dealer has since the grant of the licence, been disqualified for the grant of such licence; or

(d) the stock broker or the stock dealer is guilty of malpractice or irregularity in the management of his affairs.

(2) Before the cancellation or suspension of a licence granted to a stock broker or a stock dealer in terms of the preceding subsection such stock broker or stock dealer, as the case may be, shall be given an opportunity to show cause as to why such licence should not be cancelled or suspended.

[S 21(2) am by s 13(1) of Act 26 of 1991.]

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