Anticipating the function and impact of India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime – A Youtube Video
Video: Anticipating the function and impact of India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime
As part of the Emerging Markets Finance Conference, 2017, organised by IGIDR in collaboration with Vanderbilt Law School, Bindu Ananth joined a discussion on India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime, along with Prof. Adam Feibelman of Tulane University Law School and Renuka Sane, Associate Professor, NIPFP.
We recently hosted a series of knowledge management sessions at our office, as part of which we had invited Richa Roy of AZB & Partners as one of the speakers.
While the corporate insolvency framework has seen a lot of activity, the individual insolvency framework in India consists merely of a pair of statutes legislated in the British era which today lie dormant for all practical purposes.
IFMR Finance Foundation is working on understanding the regime for corporate and individual insolvency in India, as part of our mandate on financial systems design. We will be regularly showcasing our learnings on this front as a part of this new blog series called “Insolvency in India”. We start off by looking at the legal framework for corporate insolvency in India.