Compliance Risk and Diligence
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Almost two years since its inception, India's Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) is proving to be more than just another acronym in a series of past failures by Indian regulators to create a viable restructuring mechanism in the country. Since May 2016, some 900 companies have been referred to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and the list of companies going through the restructuring and insolvency process – starting with the notorious “dirty dozen” – continues to grow. Opportunities for investors and acquirers have also grown as quality assets at attractive valuations come to market, providing impetus to an already hot market for M&A in India.
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