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Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation and Winding-up

Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation and Winding-up

01   Types of Corporate Restructuring

 

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04   Process of M&A transactions

 

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06    Valuation of Business and Assets for Corporate Restructuring

 

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08   Taxation & Stamp Duty aspects of Corporate Restructuring

 

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11   Appearance before NCLT / NCLAT

 

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14   Insolvency

 

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16    Role, Functions and Duties of Insolvency Professional, Interim Resolution Professional and Resolution Professional

 

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18    Convening and Conduct of Meetings of Committee of Creditors

 

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20    Individual/ Firm Insolvency

 

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24     Liquidation on or after Failing of Resolution Plan

 

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03   Planning & Strategy

 

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05    Documentation–Merger & Amalgamation

 

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07  Accounting in Corporate Restructuring—Concept and Accounting Treatment

 

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10    Regulatory approvals of scheme

 

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12   Fast Track Mergers: Small Companies, Holding and wholly owned Companies

 

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15    Petition for Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process

 

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17    Resolution Strategies

 

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19    Preparation & Approval of Resolution Plan

 

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21   Fresh Start Process

 

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25    Voluntary Liquidation

 

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About Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation and Winding-up

 

Corporate restructuring is a collective term for a variety of different business transactions. Mergers, amalgamations, acquisitions, compromises, arrangement or reconstruction are all different forms of corporate restructuring exercises in the corporate world. Insolvency is a term used when an individual or organization can no longer meet its financial obligations with its lender or lenders as debts become due. It is an event that usually occurs when a company is insolvent, meaning it cannot pay its obligations when they come due. Winding up is the method of ending, or dissolving, a business. The winding up activity includes selling all assets, paying off creditors, and distributing remaining assets to the partners or shareholders.

Corporate restructuring, Insolvency and winding up are core areas of Practice for a Company Secretary. Expert level knowledge in this field is expected out of students.After having studied in-depth about corporate laws, at this level you will be able to understand concepts of corporate restructuring better and will be able to analyse and apply the legal implications. 

 

The topics covered  in Corporate RestructuringInsolvencyLiquidation & winding up at CS Professional Level

  • Types of Corporate Restructuring 
  • Acquisition of Company/ Business 
  • Planning & Strategy 
  • Process of M&A transactions 
  • Documentation–Merger & Amalgamation 
  • Valuation of Business and Assets for Corporate Restructuring 
  • Accounting in Corporate Restructuring
  • Taxation & Stamp Duty aspects of Corporate Restructuring 
  • Competition Act 
  • Regulatory approvals of scheme 
  • Appearance before NCLT / NCLAT. 
  • Fast Track Mergers 
  • Cross Border Mergers 

 

The best approach to study Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation & winding up paper 

  • Start studies at least 7-8 months before exams 
  • It is highly recommended to refer to the Bare Act. The ICSI material is also very helpful as the procedures and Rules are given in a systematic order. A combination of studies from the Bare Act and ICSI study material is recommended. 
  • Prepare your own notes: Company Law is all about procedures, rules and regulations. It is

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