The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India

"The Knowledge Chamber: Serving the Nation since 1920"

National Conference
Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code 2016
&
Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA)

 

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15 September, 2017
Hotel Park Hyatt, Hyderabad





Chief Guest 




Shri Etala Rajender, Hon’ble Minister of Finance, Government of Telangana



Guest of Honor
 




Dr. M.S. Sahoo, Chairperson, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI)

 

A well-functioning insolvency regime is an important economical institution, particularly for an emerging economy. Insolvency issues have become more and more decisive in the globalization of capital and financial markets. An effective insolvency law has a direct bearing on determination of ease of doing business ranking of a country by the World Bank. An insolvency law is needed to achieve several objectives.

 

Also introduction of RERA which is aimed at protecting the interests of buyers by bringing about increased transparency and accountability in property transactions has been affirmative.

 

Despite the best of efforts and intentions, a regulator may not always have the ground realities. Therefore the regulator could play a more active role in making regulations on the based on the issues and crowd sourcing of ideas raised by the stakeholders.

 

In order to enlighten the various stakeholders, ASSOCHAM with support of Industry leaders is organizing a National Conference on Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code- 2016 and Real Estate Regulation Act in main corporate hubs (Kolkata, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Ahmadabad and Mumbai). to discuss the various technicalities and challenges being faced by all the stakeholders.

 

KEY AREAs OF  DISCUSSIONS.

 

·         Is IBC a boon or bane for Debtors?

·         Can Creditors play constructive roles?

·         Insolvency professionals – Capacity constraints and Initiatives

·         Financing Transactions under RERA Regime

 

INDICATIVE TOPICS

 

·         Leveraging Opportunities – a Debtor perspective

·         Is Liquidation a Taboo? Can the company be rescued after Liquidation order?

·         Operational Creditors or Financial Creditors – who calls the shots?

·         Had interventions by Banking regulator changed the IBC Structure

·         Contour of Functioning of Insolvency professionals

·         How IBBI can play a proactive role to build capacity and to introduce discipline

·         Key Takeaways from a Lender’s perspective

·         Impact of state Rule on Lender Rights

 

E& Y India is the knowledge partner of this initiative.



The deliberations at the Conference will serve as a game-changer and help authorities in addressing the apprehensions and issues raised by different stakeholders.



Your participation would add immense value to the content of the conference.



Registration form and conference brochure enclosed here with for your kind reference.



Request members to kindly make it convenient to attend and participate the important conferences.



We look forward for your kind confirmation.

 

 

Registration Fees: 

  • `Delegate Fees Rs. 1,500 + GST /- per delegate:
  • For more details please contact: 

    Vivek Tiwari +91- 8130849452 vivek.tiwari@assocham.com
    Saurabh Kumar +91-8588930165 Saurabh.kumar@assocham.com

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