Investment and Competition Law

 

 

  1. Evolution of Securities and Investment Laws in India
  2. Concept of Securities and Kinds of Securities
  3. Regulatory Framework to Govern Securities in India: The Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 - Delisting of Securities; Role of Stock Exchange under It - Powers and Functions under SEBI Act, 1992; The Depositories Act, 1996 - Dematerialisation of Shares
  4. Role of Banks to Issue Securities
  5. Changing Functions of Banks from Direct Lending to Modern System of Investment Banking.
  6. Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002: Its Background , Importance, The Debt Recovery Tribunals and Important Case Law
  7. Role of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 to Regulate Foreign Trade - Difference from FERA, Administration of Exchange Control, Adjudicatory Powers
  8. Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act, 1992
  9. Joint ventures in India and Foreign Collaborations: Concept of Transnational Corporations and Multinational Corporations – UNCTAD model
  10. Foreign Direct Investment, Foreign Institutional Investors: Its Regulatory Mechanism in India, Concept of Special Economic Zone(SEZ)
  11. Evolution of Competition Law in India, Difference from the MRTP Act
  12. Anti-Competitive Agreements, Vertical and Horizontal Agreements, Predatory Pricing
  13. Abuse of Dominance
  14. Combinations and its Regulations
  15. Powers and Functions of Competition Commission of India, Appellate Authorities, Competition Advocacy.
  16. Brief concept of the Development of Competition Laws in USA and UK