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Financial law in india: a guide for businesses and individuals

Financial law in India is a complex and ever-evolving area of law. It encompasses a wide range of laws and regulations governing the financial sector, including banking, insurance, securities, and pensions. The main objective of financial law is to protect the interests of investors, depositors, and

  • 31 Aug 2023 59

Understanding india's insolvency and bankruptcy code: a comprehensive overview

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) of India, enacted in 2016, is a landmark piece of legislation that has transformed the country's insolvency and bankruptcy framework. Designed to address the challenges faced by both creditors and debtors in resolving insolvency issues, the IBC aims to expedi

  • 30 Aug 2023 62

The legal impact of the monetary policy of the reserve bank of india (rbi)

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as the country's central banking institution, plays a pivotal role in shaping the economic landscape of India through its monetary policy decisions. The monetary policy of the RBI refers to the measures and strategies implemented to control the mo

  • 28 Aug 2023 58

Evolving landscape of company law in india: a comprehensive overview

The regulatory framework governing companies in India has undergone significant changes in recent years, reflecting the country's commitment to fostering a business-friendly environment while ensuring transparency, accountability, and investor protection. The evolution of company

  • 27 Aug 2023 65

The reserve bank of india circular on gold loan repayment

The Reserve Bank of India Circular on Gold Loan Repayment[i]     The Reserve Bank of India recently through its circular dated June 23, 2021 states that the jewellery exporters and domestic manufacturers of gold jewellery can now have the option of repaying a part of their Gold (Metal) L

  • 01 Jul 2021 331

Buying it back? buy-back of shares

An action Of a company where it buys back the share of its own company from the shareholders at market price or usually at a price that is higher than market price is considered as buyback of shares. The number of shares outstanding in the market pause when the company buys back the shares. There ar

  • 01 Jul 2021 300

Reserve bank of india circular on outsourcing policy for cooperative banks

Outsourcing Policy for Cooperative Banks[i]   The Reserve Bank of India recently, through its circular dated 28.06.2021 asked cooperative banks to ensure that outsourcing policy does not diminish the ability to fulfill its obligations to customers and Reserve Bank of India. The policy should

  • 01 Jul 2021 314

Heineken’s stake claims in united brewers limited approved by cci and its consequence

Heineken’s stake claims in United Brewers Limited approved by CCI and its consequence   Introduction   Fairtrade controller and regulator authority of India namely Competition Commission of India (CCI) issued a notification in which it was stated that it supported Heineken Worldw

  • 30 Jun 2021 293