The Structured Digital Database (SDD) is a system for tracking and managing unpublished price sensitive information (UPSI) shared internally or externally. It is based on Reg. 3 (5) and 3 (6) of the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015, which were first introduced in 2018 and went into effect on April 1, 2019.
UPSI refers to any information related to a company or its securities that is not publicly available, and that if made public, could significantly impact the price of the securities. This includes information that is directly or indirectly related to the company. The term "generally available information" refers to information that can be accessed by the public on a fair and equal basis.
The purpose of the SDD is to record and monitor the individuals who have been provided with UPSI.
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Our Structured Digital Database software creates a non-tamperable and time-stamped internal database of records.
Our Structured Digital Database software offers the ability to have an unlimited number of users and installations.
Our Structured Digital Database software offers the capability to enter an unlimited list of connected persons.
Our Structured Digital Database software offers the capability to enter an unlimited list of connected agencies.
Our Structured Digital Database software allows for the recording and export of an unlimited number of UPSI logs.
Our Structured Digital Database software provides a time-stamped audit trail for each record and activity.
Our Structured Digital Database software offers a wide range of reports for regulatory compliance and internal control purposes.
Our Structured Digital Database software auto-creates backups for each record entry and sends an email notification.
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