India has emerged as a leading insolvency jurisdiction since it enacted its new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) in late 2016. The IBC heralded a new insolvency process, enabling large corporations to reorganize and maximize value. In the six years since, more than 4,000 cases have been filed and scores of important Indian companies have been successfully restructured. In this webinar, an all-star panel of experienced and highly regarded Indian professionals, many of whom have navigated the most important IBC cases to date, will showcase how the Indian insolvency system works, explain the key principles and policies of the IBC, and identify various restructuring alternatives. The panelists also will explore the current macro-economic and business climate in India and debate the successes, failures and lessons learned. Finally, the panelists will discuss potential investment opportunities in India, and why insolvency and restructuring professionals should familiarize themselves with the Indian insolvency process.
This webinar is free to attend, and CLE is available to members in qualifying states.
Stephen D. Lerner, Moderator, Squire Patton Boggs, Cincinnati
Sunil Mehta, Yes Bank Ltd., Mumbai, India
Rajat Sethi, S&R Associates, Mumbai, India
Nikhil Shah, Alvarez & Marsal, Mumbai, India
Lily Vadera, Former Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, India
Bahram N. Vakil, AZB & Partners, Mumbai, India
Please note the registration for this event is being handled by the American Bankruptcy Institute.