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By Sameer Bindra, Vaibhav Wali
The Supreme Court, after hearing at the parties at length, concluded that the Divisional Bench committed a manifest error in issuing directions in the concluding part of its judgment.
By Sameer Bindra
In M/S Centrotrade Minerals and Metal Inc v Hindustan Copper Ltd (Civil Appeals No. 2562 and 2564 of 2006), the Supreme Court of India considered whether two-tier arbitration procedure is permissible in India.
By Nikita Chawla, Sameer Bindra
One of the biggest issues that continues to stress the banking sector as of date is the mounting number of non performing assets.
By Avikshit Moral
Avikshit Moral, Partner at Juris Corp gives his perspectives on a foray of legal issues.
By Juris Corp
Securities Exchange Board of India in its Board Meeting on 23rd November 2016 has approved the proposal to amend the Listing Regulations to require disclosures and prescribe additional conditions...
By Juris Corp
Securities Exchange Board of India in its Board Meeting on 23rd November 2016 has approved the following amendments to the SEBI Regulations, 2012 with respect to ‘Angel Funds'.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan
LoC continue to hold a mystifying position in the financing spectrum. While some interpret it as an enforceable obligation on the issuer, some merely see it as an unenforceable representation of a fact.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Sanjana Rao
An IFSC essentially caters to customers outside the jurisdiction of the host domestic economy, dealing with flows of financial products and services to and from the host economy with foreign entities.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Ashish Mukhi
The Government has formulated a plan to refurbish the prevailing bankruptcy laws and replace them with one that will facilitate stress-free and time-bound closure of businesses.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Arunabh Choudhary, Nikita Chawla
Traditionally banking function in India is considered as taking deposits and providing loans.
By Jeet Sen Gupta, Abhinav Surana
The Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, vide a press note dated 6th May 2016 (the "Press Note") has allowed 100% foreign direct investment...
By Jayesh H-
The IMF estimated that the aggregate financial assets held in Islamic accounts were above US$2 trillion globally and that they would outperform the growth of conventional finance in many countries.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Saurabh Sharma
The need to regulate interest rates in a manner that the market continues to function in an efficient way was felt decades ago.
By Shan Bottlewalla, Arunabh Choudhary, Nikita Chawla
In the past two years considerable developments have taken place on the Foreign Portfolio Investors ("FPI") front.
By Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Ashish Mukhi, Vedika Lakhotia
As the banking system continues to deal with the increase in defaults, it becomes imperative and puts the spotlight back on the underlying documentation to be used for enforcement.