The Centre for Competition Law and Policy (CCLP) and the Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (CSBF) at National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ) are collectively organizing a one-day panel discussion on the theme “Banking Sector at the cross-roads of Disruption: Competition Law perspective”.
The panel discussion shall be held on March 30, 2019, at NLUJ.
The line-up of Panellists:
Dr. Geeta Gouri, Economist and Former Member of the Competition Commission of India;
Ms. Payal Malik, Adviser and Head, Economics Division of the Competition Commission of India;
Ms. Soumya Hariharan, Partner, Competition Law Practice at Trilegal, Mumbai;
Mr. Rudresh Singh, Managing Associate, L&L Partners Law Offices, New Delhi;
Mr. Dhruv Rajain, Senior Associate, Competition Law Practice at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, New Delhi;
Mr. Nalin Kumar, Senior Manager (Legal), ICICI Bank Ltd.;
Prof. Vijay Kumar Singh, Professor of Law, UPES School of Law, Dehradun and Former Deputy Director (Law), Competition Commission of India.
Structure of the Panel Discussion:
The Panel Discussion will be divided into two sessions with respective panellists, drawing from a diverse pool of academics, regulators and practitioners on the following themes:
Panel I – Competition Law in the Banking Sector
Cusp of Consolidation: Competition Scrutiny of Bank Mergers;
Fintech: A Driver of ‘Competition’ in the Banking Industry;
Delineation of relevant market in cases involving the service of providing particular loans.
Panel II – Recent Trends in Competition Law
A Review of Competition Jurisprudence in 2018;
Big data and competition law;
Structural v. Behavioural Remedies;
CCI approval timelines in IBC cases.
The Panel Discussion is open to external participation from law-students of other institutions. External participants who are willing to attend the Panel Discussion are firstly required to send a detailed version of their Curriculum Vitae and contact details at centerforbanking[at]nlujodhpur.ac.in by March 20, 2019.
On the basis of academic credentials and past internship experiences, the participants shall be intimated of their selection to attend the Panel Discussion.
Selected participants are requested to deposit INR 1000/- towards their registration for the Panel Discussion. The registration cost is inclusive of food and accommodation.
The payment for registration can be made online at [payment link] or on arrival.
The complete profile of the panellists can be accessed here.
The elaborate structure of the Panel Discussion can be accessed here.
Anand Kumar Singh, Assistant Professor of Law, Chief-Coordinator, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance and Member, Centre for Competition Law & Policy – +91-9829179693
Gajendra Bhansali, Convenor, Centre for Competition Law & Policy – +91-7073112872
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