The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) is considered as the biggest economic reform next only to GST, which consolidates and amends the laws relating to reorganization and insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals in a time-bound manner. The IBC focuses upon the corporate and individual insolvency resolution process and introduces the concept of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India which would regulate a new genre of Insolvency Professionals through Insolvency Professional Agencies.

  • Start: Course can be completed in 10 Days
  • Class: 5 Modules

·         A. Course updates
      A. Some important updates
·         1. Introduction
      1.1 Welcome
 1.2 Why take this course?
·         2. Understanding corporate insolvency
 2.1 What is the meaning of corporate insolvency?
 2.2 Understanding the difference - Insolvency and Bankruptcy
 2.3 Cross-border insolvency
·         3. Kinds of debt: Financial and operational
 3.1 Operational debt
 3.2 Financial debt
·         4. Knowing creditors
 4.1 Introduction
 4.2 Financial creditors
 4.3 Operational creditors
 4.4 Decree holders and other creditor
·         5. Objectives of the IBC
 5.1 Objectives of the IBC
 5.2 Brief history of evolution of IBC, 2016
 5.3 Key changes in insolvency or liquidation regime
·         6. Insolvency Regulator and Adjudicating Authority
 6.1 Insolvency Regulator—IBBI
 6.2 Knowing the Adjudicating Authority—NCLT
 6.3 NCLT Benches
 6.4 NCLAT
·         7. Insolvency professionals
 7.1 Knowing the Insolvency Professional
 7.2 Becoming an Insolvency Professional?
 7.3 Eligibility
 7.4 Qualifications
·         8. The Insolvency Professional Agency
 8.1 Eligibility for registration as Insolvency Professional Agency
 8.2 Duties of Insolvency Professional Agency
·         9. Information utilities
 9.1 What is an information utility?
 9.2 What is financial information?
 9.3 Who can submit the information to an information utility?
 9.4 What are the services provided by information utilities?
·         10. Initiating the Corporate Insolvency Process
 10.1 Triggers for corporate insolvency resolution process
 10.2 Who can initiate corporate insolvency resolution process?
      10.3 Where to file petition for corporate insolvency resolution process?
 10.4 How to file petition for corporate insolvency resolution process?
 10.5 Adherence to strict timelines
 10.6 Interim Resolution Professional
 10.7 Period of moratorium
·         11. Committee of creditors
 11.1 Knowing the Committee of Creditors
      11.2 Voting shar
·         12. Liquidation
 12.1 Initiation of liquidation
 12.2 Powers and duties of liquidator
 12.3 Waterfall mechanism
·         13. Road ahead
 13.1 Conclusion
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