11-member working group to go into concept of ‘Group Insolvency’ and suggest a suitable framework
The insolvency regulator Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has set up a 11-member working group under the Chairmanship of former SEBI chief UK Sinha to go into the concept of ‘Group Insolvency’ and suggest a suitable framework. This Working Group has been tasked to submit a report — within two months and will recommend a complete regulatory framework to facilitate insolvency resolution and liquidation of corporate debtors in a corporate group within the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC). At present, the IBC provides for the resolution or liquidation of only individual stressed companies. So a framework within the IBC is sought to be created for the resolution/liquidation of an entire stressed corporate group having several entities in multiple NCLT jurisdictions.
Topics: Bankruptcy • Business law • Debt • Economy • Finance • Insolvency • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code • Liquidation • Modi administration • National Company Law Tribunal • Securities and Exchange Board of India
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