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Draft Framework for Securitisation of Standard Assets: Re-modelling the Indian Securities Market

[Adesh Sharma and Saksham Shrivastav are 3rd year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) students at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi] In an attempt to regulate the securities market in a more sophisticated direction and open up newer avenues, the Reserve Bank of India (‘RBI’) on June 8,2020 introduced the ‘Draft Framework for Securitisation of Standard Assets’ (‘Framework’)...

RBI’s Discussion Paper on Bank Governance

Corporate governance in banks and financial institutions has captured a great deal of attention lately in India. One may attribute this to high profile episodes involving governance issues in banks such as ICICI Bank as well as Yes Bank, both involving the former chief executive officers (CEOs). There is generally a sense that universal corporate governance norms prescribed by the securities...

Supreme Court on Applicability of SARFAESI to Co-operative Banks and the Banking (Amendment) Bill, 2020

[Karan Kamath is a B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) graduate from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The author would like to thank Rohan Deshpande, counsel, Bombay High Court for his inputs and comments on a draft version] On 5 May 2020, a five-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court in Pandurang Ganpati Chaugule v. Vishwasrao Patil Murgud Sahakari Bank Limited  ruled that co-operative banks could resort to...

The Dramatic Return of Virtual Currencies to India

[Meenal Maheshwari Shah is the lead transactional counsel of the Essar Group. The post was first published on In-House Community] A virtual currency (VC) is type of digital currency which is a representation of value, issued by private developers and denominated in their own unit of account. The concept of VC covers a wider array of “currencies,” ranging from simple IOUs of issuers (such as...

Crypto-Trading’s Tryst with Destiny

[Megha Mittal is an Associate with Vinod Kothari & Co.] Amidst apprehensions of crypto-trading being a highly volatile and risk-concentric venture, the Supreme Court, in its order dated 4 March 2020 observed that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), a staunch critic of cryptocurrencies, failed to present any empirical evidence substantiating cryptocurrency’s negative impact on the banking and...

Participation of Mutual Funds and Insurance Companies under the RBI’s Stressed Assets Framework

[Sachin Santuka is a B.B.A LL.B. candidate at the National Law University Odisha] After the Supreme Court in Dharini Sugars v Union of India struck down the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) circular dated 12 February 2018, the RBI on 7 June 2019 introduced a revised framework for the resolution of stressed assets. The provisions of the framework are applicable to Scheduled Commercial Banks, All India...

Will the RBI’s Revised Circular on Stressed Assets Sustain its Validity?

[Surya Rajkumar is a BA LLB student at Jindal Global Law School] The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had on 7 June 2019 issued its revised circular on the resolution of stressed assets following the decision of the Supreme Court of India in Dharini Sugars and Chemicals Limited v. Union of India, (2019) 5 SCC 480, in which it quashed the RBI’s previous circular dated 12 February 2018 as ultra vires...

RBI’s Revised Circular on Resolution of Stressed Assets

[Aayush Mitruka and Vividh Tandon graduated from ILS Law College, Pune and are currently working with law firms in Delhi and Mumbai respectively. They can be reached at [email protected] and [email protected]] The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced the much-awaited revised circular on resolution of stressed assets on 7 June 2019. It may be recalled that the Supreme Court had...

Who Does India’s Draft Enabling Framework for Regulatory Sandbox actually Enable?

[Anupriya Dhonchak is a student at the National Law University New Delhi A longer version of this post is available on the Kluwer Competition Law Blog] One of the salient recommendations of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Working Group’s Report on FinTech and Digital Banking was the introduction of a regulatory sandbox in India. A regulatory sandbox is an innovative tool which allows market...

Taxation as a Form of Regulating Cryptocurrencies In India

[Samarth Chaudhari is a final year LL.B. student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat] Cryptocurrencies, derived from the innovation of blockchain technology, can function as a reliable online payment method with several benefits.[1] However, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has unambiguously prohibited all financial institutions regulated by it from dealing in cryptocurrencies and its related...

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