Pre-Pack in India: The Viability of the Alternative to Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process

This essay was adjudged the fifth best entry in the Third NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2021-22. The article was submitted by Arjun Tyagi.

Clamping Down on IPO Financing: The Beginning of the End for Genuine Investors

This essay was adjudged the best entry in the Third NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2021-22. The article was submitted by Parameswaran Chidamparam & Khushi Dua.

The Subhash Garg Committee Report & The Draft Bill: Why was it a wrong call?

The blogpost is Part-2 of the Cryptocurrency Series taken up by the Centre. The present post is authored by Ms. Navya Bhandari & Mr. Pratham Pratap Mohanty, Third Year Law Students at National Law University, Jodhpur.

Resolving India’s NPA crisis the bad (bank) way

This essay was adjudged as the best entry in the Second NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2020-21. The article was submitted by Ahhkam Khan. The author is a student at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.

Institutionalization of Green Financing: Mapping the Way Forward in the Indian Context

This essay was adjudged as the second best entry in the Second NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2020-21. The article was submitted by Aabha Dixit and Venkata Supreeth K. The authors are students at Gujarat National Law University.

Bad Banks in India: The New-Age Alchemist

This essay was adjudged as one of the best entries in the Second NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2020-21 and received a Special Mention in the Competition. The article was submitted by Jino M. & Mahathi Utham. The authors are students at the National University, of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi.

Wirecard scandal – Is Indian banking and finance sector prepared?

Wirecard, a German payment processing company, primarily focused on transactions via debit card, credit card, and other digital methods as the site initially focused on earning revenue by providing services to porn and gambling websites