Insolvency Update: Relaxation on Default Amount Under Section 4 of IB Code, 2016

The Hon'ble Union Finance Minister, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman convened a press conference on 24th March 2020 to make announcements on statutory and regulatory compliance matters. The Minster of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Shri. Anurag Singh Thakur was also present. Amongst various other announcements made, a specific announcement was also made with respect to the … Continue reading Insolvency Update: Relaxation on Default Amount Under Section 4 of IB Code, 2016

GAMING LAWS IN INDIA – CURRENT SCENARIO

Gaming Legislation in India Under the Constitution of India, the State Legislatures have been entrusted with the power to frame legislation to govern “Gambling”. However, prior to independence, the then Central Government enacted the Public Gambling Act, 1867, which regulated gambling and other allied activities across India. Certain states in India have enacted their own … Continue reading GAMING LAWS IN INDIA – CURRENT SCENARIO

RBI CIRCULAR ON ECB REGULATIONS – END USE RELAXATIONS

The ECB Circular attempts to overhaul the nature of uses for which borrowers may adopt the ECB route and therefore, avail debt funding from foreign lenders. The relaxation in permitted end uses via the ECB Circular conveys the RBI’s intent to liberalise external debt funding opportunities for Indian entities thereby reducing their dependence on equity based funding.

Decode 3Ds – Distort – Digital – Data

First published in Enchiridion 2018 Magazine. Introduction Digitalisation has brought numerous benefits globally, including lifting millions of people in emerging economies into the consuming class. But it also has had an impact in some sectors like manufacturing in advanced and developed economies. Today the sectors that are highly digitised are, financial services, media, and the … Continue reading Decode 3Ds – Distort – Digital – Data