The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)

The objective of resolution plans is to find a way to keep the company running with change in management control. So, if another company or an investor finds value in the company after due diligence, he may put forward his proposal to take control. This also makes the process more transparent as everyone is free to make … Continue reading The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)
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The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)

The objective of resolution plans is to find a way to keep the company running with change in management control. So, if another company or an investor finds value in the company after due diligence, he may put forward his proposal to take control. This also makes the process more transparent as everyone is free to make … Continue reading The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)
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The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)

The objective of resolution plans is to find a way to keep the company running with change in management control. So, if another company or an investor finds value in the company after due diligence, he may put forward his proposal to take control. This also makes the process more transparent as everyone is free to make … Continue reading The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – (Part II)
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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code… (Part I)

The bill, passed by Lok Sabha earlier this week, is aimed at simplifying the complete process of closure and liquidation of a company which is unable to pay its dues. Other than improving the ease of doing business, it also aims to quicken the process of loan recovery for the creditors. The bill gives power to the … Continue reading The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code… (Part I)
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Weekly Round Up – Week 18

A week of hectic activity in the Parliament as a number of bills get passed including the Finance bill’ 2016-17, popularly known as “Budget”. Rajya Sabha clears amendment to laws dealing with mines allowing the transfer of non-auctioned mines in cases of mergers and acquisition, a serious stumbling block for corporate deals. This would facilitate … Continue reading Weekly Round Up – Week 18
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Nuclear Power – The demonised resource…

The barely covered news of Government’s amendment of the Atomic energy Act enabling other Public Sector Enterprises to provide equity to Nuclear Power Corporation (NPCIL) brings a little light to the much criticized sector. To the credit of the government, it is an innovative move to fund the growth of the sector since under present … Continue reading Nuclear Power – The demonised resource…
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Hello…

Dear Friends, It may look inappropriate in some ways, but can’t stop myself from this self-congratulatory post… 🙂 I had written a post on Banks NPA a few days explaining the whole issue in a more holistic manner. The link is – https://indiaeconomyandbusiness.com/2016/04/27/bank-npa-2/ And a preliminary one – https://indiaeconomyandbusiness.com/2016/04/27/banks-npa/ The views were based on the little … Continue reading Hello…
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Telecom Sector – Results and Beyond…

Bharti Airtel records marginal growth in profits of 3%. More importantly, the African business records substantial decrease in losses. It may be noted that that like other Indian companies’ overseas foray, Bharti had also faced rough weather in its African business which now finally seems to be coming on stream. The company has also announced … Continue reading Telecom Sector – Results and Beyond…
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Weekly Round Up – Week 17

Results of Corporate India for quarter and year ended March’16 start coming in. The early trend in terms of core results appear quite decent, specially in  comparison to earlier quarters’ results. Further, there appears to be an effort to clean up the balance sheet by the companies, probably to act more aggressively, when the next up-cycle … Continue reading Weekly Round Up – Week 17
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US Fed rate pause – The Rationale…

The US federal reserve (US Fed), the equivalent of India’ RBI, is responsible for maintaining economic stability in the US. However, its move is widely followed the world over because, as the old saying goes, “If the US Sneezes, the World catches a cold..”! In its latest meeting on 26-27th April, the FOMC (Federal Open Market … Continue reading US Fed rate pause – The Rationale…
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