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The Economics Of Morality: The 29A Conundrum
Section 29A was introduced in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (IBC) in 2017 to prevent certain kinds of persons, painted tainted under the law ...
India
15 Feb 2019
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Indian Corporate Debt Market: Killing The Golden Goose?
The corporate debt market was a vibrant source of raising funds by Indian corporates from non-resident investors.
India
15 Feb 2019
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Death Knell For Foreign Investors In Indian Corporate Debt Markets?
Despite the introduction of a minimum residual maturity, issuance of NCDs by Indian corporates were at an all-time high
India
1 Jun 2018
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PE Investment In Insurance Companies: Relaxation Or Restriction?
Prior to the PE Guidelines, there were no regulations specifically catering to private equity investors, and they were considered at par with any other investor for the purpose of investment.
India
6 Feb 2018
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Investment Into Commercial Real Estate In India: An Investor Perspective
Commercial real estate space in India has been attracting increased attention from investors globally.
India
26 Jul 2017
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Rupee Denominated Bonds: Two Steps Backward!
The Reserve Bank of India ("RBI"), in 2015, introduced rupee denominated bonds ("RDB") (also known as 'masala bonds') as instruments through which funds can be raised by Indian corporates.
India
29 Jun 2017
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FPI Investment In Unlisted Corporate Bonds: Are We There Yet?
In a potential move to encourage further foreign investment into the debt markets, the Reserve Bank of India ("RBI"), released draft circular on May 16, 2016 proposing to expand the basket...
India
8 Jun 2016
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IRDAI: Walking The Talk?
In a move to liberalize the insurance sector, the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act, 2015 ("2015 Act") was notified in March, 2015.
India
7 Jan 2016
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Government Tightens Norms For Foreign Investment In Corporate Bonds
The Reserve Bank of India and the Securities Board of India has restricted the ability of foreign portfolio investors to invest in Bonds having residual maturity of less than 3 (three) years.
India
18 Feb 2015
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Private Client Wrap: Quarter 2, 2014 In Review
Our Q1 wrap ended on an expectant note in anticipation of the elections to be conducted in May.
India
17 Jul 2014
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SEBI Clears Jet-Etihad Deal
Securities Exchange Board of India has given a green signal for the proposed investment by Etihad Airways PJSC in Jet Airways (India) Limited.
India
20 May 2014
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Research Paper On Private Debt And Private Equity In Real Estate
Year 2013 and start of 2014 witnessed interesting changes from a regulatory, legal and tax perspective.
India
3 Mar 2014
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Indian Unlisted Companies Allowed To List Internationally: Another Exit Route For Investors?
Unlisted companies allowed to issue ADRs/ GDRs without the requirement of prior, simultaneous or subsequent listing on Indian stock exchanges.
India
29 Nov 2013
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SEBI Permits Options And Preemptive Rights Arrangements;
The Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI") has by its recent notification1 ("Notification"), agreed to include clauses relating to preemptive rights, right of first offer, tag-along right, drag-along right and call and put options, when contained in shareholders' agreements, as valid contracts, for the purpose of the Securities Contract Regulation Act, 1956 ("SCRA").
India
25 Oct 2013
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