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Obhan & Associates
In recent years, the Government has facilitated ease of doing business in India, and amongst the flurry of measures aimed at projecting a globally ‘open for business' image have been the...
ESOP(s) provide an opportunity to reward employees who are recognized performers for the growth of an enterprise, by incentivizing them with an equity stake or a cash payout based on an equity stake.
Obhan & Associates
In India, investment advisers ("IAs") are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Investment Advisers) Regulations, 2013 ("Principal Regulations").
Nexdigm Private Limited
We are pleased to present Nexdigm (SKP) Investment Chronicle – our periodic update that focuses on the deal-making landscape in India, comprising Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), equity investments, and exits.
Khaitan & Co
The concept of ‘proxy advisor' is of western import and despite the nascency has slowly and steadily gained importance in the Indian market as a critical intermediary...
Tuli & Co
By way of an Order dated 24 February 2020, the Securities Appellate Tribunal, in relation to an appeal filed by Nippon India Mutual Fund and Nippon Life India Asset Management, partly set...
This article summarises the impact of the Amendments to Stamp Act on the debenture market in India.
In order to help companies in India who have filing related defaults make a fresh start and rectify defaults under Companies Act, 2013 ("Act")...
Singh & Associates
At a time like this, companies as well as individuals have considered opting for electronic contracts (E-Contracts).
King, Stubb & Kasiva
The novel coronavirus is molding the securities market in unique and unprecedented ways. Currently, the corporate world is facing financial upheaval.
CoVID-19 has brought India to a standstill, with the Prime Minister of India announcing a country wide lockdown for 21 days until 14 April 2020 and potentially continuing after this.
Khaitan & Co
The Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 was enacted with an objective to consolidate and make uniform laws relating to purchase and holding of agricultural land, conferment of ownership on tenants, vesting of occupancy rights, ...
Asit Mehta & Associates
As businesses get used to the "new normal", many are now beginning to ask, "What next?" In a post-covid world, for a lot of businesses, the instinct may be to conserve what they have, rather than go into expansion mode.
Rajani Associates
On April 22, 2020, SEBI proposed to relax the pricing norms for preferential issues by financially stressed listed companies as well as grant exemption from making an open offer, if the acquisition were to result in the acquirer ...
S&R Associates
A ‘put option' is a clause agreed in a contract whereby one party has the right (not an obligation) to sell its shares in a company to another person at an agreed price.
Argus Partners
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Portfolio Managers) Regulations, 1993 ("PMS Regulations 1993") came into effect on January 7, 1993.
Acquisitions have long been established as a preferred route for accelerating the growth of companies both in India and abroad.
KS Legal & Associates
Corporate actions often give cues about current business health and indicate how the stock is likely to perform in near future.
KS Legal & Associates
Prime Minister Modi declared a nation-wide lockdown on March 25, 2020.
Cooley LLP
One thing that we can say for sure is, never say never. As with anything else in life, an investment carries both known and unknown risks.
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