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Serious Fraud Investigation Office

Serious Fraud Investigation Office
गंभीर धोखाधड़ी जांच कार्यालय
Common name Serious Fraud Investigation Office
Abbreviation SFIO
Seal of the SFIO
Agency overview
Formed 2003
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Federal agency India
Governing body Government of India
General nature
  • Civilian agency
Operational structure
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Agency executive Nilimesh Baruah IRS, Director
Parent agency Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Regions
Facilities
Branchs 7
Website
.in.nicsfio

The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) is a fraud investigating agency in



  1. ^ http://sfio.nic.in/websitenew/proactive_disclosure.pdf#P1
  2. ^ http://www.indianexpress.com/news/chit-funds-sc-notices-to-centre-sebi-ed/1197050/
  3. ^ http://sfio.nic.in/websitenew/main2.asp
  4. ^ http://sfio.nic.in/websitenew/gaz_notification.pdf

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[4] Agency headquarters is in the Indian capital, New Delhi, with field offices located in major cities throughout India . The SFIO draws most of its officers from the IAS, IPS and IRS. The current SFIO director is Nilimesh Baruah IRS.[3]

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