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  • To examine Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws, Rules, Regulations, Guidelines, Notifications, Schemes, Schedules issued thereunder, vis-à-vis best global practices and make appropriate representation/suggestions, to the concerned Ministries of Government/Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India and to participate as well as to facilitate the Law making process.
  • To examine various issues/queries relating to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws either suo-moto or as referred by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs or the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India or other Government Departments/Authorities and interact with them.
  • To bring out the publications/Technical Guides/Guidance Notes/books/e-learning modules/Newsletter/Resource material/Updates related to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws.
  • To conduct Research about the difficulties/ problems being faced by the Corporate Sector/ Non-corporate Sector/Financial or Operational creditors in view of the rapid changes taking place in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws world over.
  • To conduct training programmes for the officers of the Government Departments and Corporate Sector on the areas of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws.
  • To organize Regional, National Conference/ Workshop/ Seminar/ Training programme/ Round Tables/ Events/ Webcasts/ Certificate Courses and other Specialized Courses in the areas of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws either by the Committee itself or in association with other Committee and/or Ministries/other bodies /organizations and Corporate sector.
  • To consider various issues relating to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws and making recommendations to Council as well as to offer comments and views on various Codes and Draft Legislations / Regulations.
  • To undertake Capacity building of Insolvency Professionals.
  • To engage with Indian Institute of Insolvency Professionals of ICAI (IIIPI) for any joint activity/ initiative.

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