Mint Conference on Bankruptcy Act

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Overview

Bankruptcy reforms have been moving forward at an accelerated pace. Indian banks are increasingly focusing on adopting integrated approach to risk management. The government presents a pragmatic approach to the increasing bad debt scenario by passing the new bankruptcy & insolvency code. This bill will ensure time-bound settlement of insolvency, enable faster turnaround of businesses and create a database of serial defaulters that will further strengthen the insolvency framework and will improve ease of doing business.

Mint organised a high powered business conference to discuss the impact of the new bankruptcy law on the Indian banking and NBFC sector. The event witnessed industry leaders, corporate law experts, asset reconstruction company representatives and policymakers as speakers on the panel.

Highlights

  • “Bankruptcy Act”, an event organized by MINT on the initiatives being taken by the government to solve the increasing bad debt problem by passing the new bankruptcy & insolvency code
  • The event witnessed a select gathering of 120+ CXOs from BFSI, NBFC, govt and Regulator
  • Keynote by M S Sahoo, ‎Chairperson at Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India
  • The Last Word :  Sudarshan Sen, Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India

Theme

“Impact of the new law on the Banking landscape”

Speakers

M S Sahoo, ‎Chairperson at Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India

Rashesh Shah , Chief Executive Officer, Edelweiss Group

Cyril S. Shroff , Managing Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

MR Umarji , Member, Bankruptcy Law Committee

Anurag Das, Founder & MP, Raintree Capital Singapore

Abizer Diwanji, Partner, National Leader, Financial Services, Restructuring Services, EY India

Vishakha Mulye, ED, ICICI Bank

Rajendra Chitale, Managing Partner, MP Chitale & Co

Venue and Date

5th October, New Delhi

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