Corporate law

Cryptocurrency and the Reserve Bank of India

“Cryptocurrency is such a powerful concept that it can almost overturn governments”–Charles Lee, Creator of Litecoin In this modern era, the process of exchange of currency is changing substantially, especially after the introduction of cryptocurrency to the world. Cryptocurrency is a digital currency which is handled through an encryption process known as cryptography. The conceptContinue reading “Cryptocurrency and the Reserve Bank of India”

Securitization Process

In its most basic sense, securitization is the process of turning assets into securities. It is the process by which an issuer creates a financial instrument by combining other financial assets and then marketing different tiers of the packaged instruments to investors.  Securitization is a process by which a company clubs its different financial assetsContinue reading “Securitization Process”

A Glimpse of India’s Desperation for Change in its FDI Policy

After watching the COVID-19 strain, economies worldwide have strategized their economy saviour plans. India, just like other countries saw its stock market crashing and price of shares falling. India was at a crossroads on whether or not it should consolidate its legislations regarding the investment policy concerning foreign investors and especially with reference to opportunisticContinue reading “A Glimpse of India’s Desperation for Change in its FDI Policy”

Non-Performing Assets

He who is quick to borrow is slow to pay Indian as well as the global economy has grown at a fast pace after WW-II. The globe has witnessed a phenomenon we often call industrialization, globalization, urbanization. The world has become co-operative at times and competitive during others. With such surge in the growth ofContinue reading “Non-Performing Assets”

Evolution of Banking in India

Section 5 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 provides the definition of Banking as: “Banking is the accepting, for the purpose of lending or investment, of deposits of money from the public, repayable on demand or otherwise, and withdrawal by cheque, draft, order or otherwise” The financial sector of a country is very critical forContinue reading “Evolution of Banking in India”

E-Contracts: The Changing Face of Traditional Contracts

The world is on our fingertips today because of the internet. We send thousands of messages and e-mails across the globe. This is a digital era, so traditional contracts won’t suffice. Rather, now-a-days e-contracts are coming into major play. We enter into many contracts knowingly or unknowingly. The sender sends them and the receiver agreesContinue reading “E-Contracts: The Changing Face of Traditional Contracts”

Investigating Corporate Legal Fraud

White Collar Crimes are those which are committed by respectable persons, holding enviable positions, either in public or private entities. One such white collar crime is Corporate Fraud. In the broad sense, “fraud” is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another person/entity. It is understood that ‘Fraus Omnia Vitiate’, i.e., fraudContinue reading “Investigating Corporate Legal Fraud”

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