Revival of Companies under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Process

Program

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, enacted in 2016, has reconceptualized the insolvency framework in India. The Code has established a creditor-in-control regime with strict timelines for insolvency processes of corporates.
One of the objectives behind enactment of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) 2016 is revival of sick companies. This course will help you acquire insights into the provisions dealing with revival of companies under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
The role played by the IBC in reviving Indian companies who are facing liquidation process, what are the challenges faced by company while reviving under the Code, Identifying the recommendation for more effective revival.


• Bankruptcy for corporates

• Managing Expectations of Stakeholders and Parties in a Restructuring/ Liquidation

• Bankruptcy for non-corporates and individuals

• The “Twilight Zone”

• Challenges in Managing the Liquidation/Restructuring Estate

• Insolvency professionals

• Best Practices from Overseas – To Consider in India

• Global Approach to Insolvency and Restructuring

• Highlights on:

• Chapter XIX & Chapter XX of Companies Act, 2013

  • • RDDBFI Act, 1993
  • • SARFAESI Act, 2002
  • • SICA Act, 1985
  • • The Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, 1909
  • • The Provincial Insolvency Act, 1920
  • • Chapter XIII of the LLP Act, 2008
  • 1. Senior Executives from Banks
  • 2. Corporate Executives
  • 3. Treasury Managers
  • 4. Insurance Companies
  • 5. New/recently-appointed NOs
  • 6. Compliance officers, Internal auditors
  • 7. Financial crime and risk officers
  • 8. Capital Market Intermediaries
  • 9. Students and Investors
  • 12 Hours

    Rs. 12,000

    For further details regarding contents,
    E-mail: training@bseindia.com