Banking

Serving several banking and finance sector companies over a decade, our banking practice is spread over a vast spectrum ranging from conducting legal due diligence of the borrower entities dealing with various regulators and key banking sector stakeholders. We also assist our clients in structuring and advising on regulatory aspects of foreign currency loans availed through external commercial borrowings/overseas direct investments as well as advise foreign lenders on regulatory aspects of creation and perfection of security in relation to foreign currency loans.

We also guide in preparing and finalizing the entire set of documentation for factoring and collection transactions including structuring and advising on regulatory and implementation aspects of Securitization and Factoring and drafting, negotiating, reviewing and finalizing transaction documents.

We have been routinely advising and providing assistance in enforcing and implementing security mechanisms through strategies on various modes of security enforcements and resolution of bad debts as well as stressed/ non-performing assets.

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Glow and Lovely: A case of Woke Washing?

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Difference between Wilful Defaulters and NPA under section 29A of IBC, 2016

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Applicability of Nominative Fair Use of Trademarks in Fantasy Sports

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Research and Insights

Balance Sheets As ‘acknowledgement Of Debt’: End Of Long Drawn Confusion

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘Code’) was incorporated with the aim to facilitate speedy debt resolution process and balance of interest of the all the stakeholders.

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SALE AS A GOING CONCERN UNDER LIQUIDATION: A SAFTEY TOOL

The enactment of the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘Code’) introduced a revamped regime for the liquidation of companies for which insolvency resolution has failed.

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Arcelormittal India Private Limited Vs. Satish Kumar Gupta & Ors.: Filling of Judicial Granite in 29A(c) of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016

‘Quando aliquid prohibetur ex directo, prohibetur et per obliquum’, meaning what cannot be done directly, cannot be done indirectly,

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