Umang Foundation is classified as Non-govt company and is registered at Registrar of Companies, Delhi.
It organises events for the betterment of the law students and professionals. Umang Foundation organised Summer School on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi last year. Apart from also, it also runs several education centres for the poor and needy people.
About the Certificate Course
Umang Foundation is conducting an Online Certificate Course on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 in association with Kesar Dass B. & Associates from June 19 – June 21, 2020.
This Course is an annual 3-day course on Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency especially focusing on the developments in the insolvency regime in India and the major cases. The academic session is spread across nearly 20 hours and covers various areas such as Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, Corporate Restructuring, Role of National Company Law Tribunal and Debt Recovery Tribunals, Valuation aspects in asset maximization, Cross Border Insolvency, etc.
The Course shall cover the following aspects of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016:
Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process
Impact of Covid-19 on IBC
Role of Committee of Creditors
Practical Challenges in the implementation of IBC
Cross Border Insolvency
Valuation aspects and resolution plan issues
Ineligible resolution applicants and particulars of resolution plan
The Speakers of the Course
Sumant Batra, Managing Partner, and Head – Insolvency and Corporate Law Practice, Kesar Dass B & Associates, New Delhi, and International Insolvency Expert
Bahram N. Vakil, Founder & Senior Partner, AZB & Partners
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