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A lawyer who is not up to date with the current legal and regulatory updates is nothing short of dangerous. Therefore, at NovoJuris Legal, we strive to stay current. We are also strong believers of growth of knowledge through sharing. These articles and blogs help us share our research with the world, so that no one has to reinvent the wheel yet again.

  • COVID-19 Crisis:  Revised FDI norms for neighbouring countries

    COVID-19 Crisis: Revised FDI norms for neighbouring countries

    Like many other countries, India is also trying to curtail opportunistic take-overs due to massive economic slowdown, falling share price/ valuation due to Covid19 pandemic.  The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, issued a Press Note on 17

    NovoJuris
    By NovoJuris about 2 months ago
  • COVID-19 Circulars/Notifications

    COVID-19 Circulars/Notifications

    The Governments at both central and state level along with the regulatory bodies, are putting their best efforts for containment of COVID-19 and to overcome the challenges faced by  business organizations, employees and various other stakeholders during the lockdown. There

    NovoJuris
    By NovoJuris 3 months ago
  • Opportunities and Challenges for AIFs in India’s first IFSC, GIFT City, Gujarat.

    Opportunities and Challenges for AIFs in India’s first IFSC, GIFT City, Gujarat.

    We are pleased to share with you an article that our Founder Sharda Balaji along with our Associate Avaneesh Satyang contributed to the 2nd volume, Issue 2 of the KNOWLEDGEex Magazine released by Indian Association of Alternative Investment Funds (IAAIF).

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji about 1 year ago
  • RBI opens Rupee Interest Rate Derivatives market to Non-Residents for hedging and trading in India

    RBI opens Rupee Interest Rate Derivatives market to Non-Residents for hedging and trading in India

    The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) on 27 March 2019, announced that a Non-Resident[1] shall be given access to the Rupee Interest Rate Derivative (“IRD”) market in India vide the notification of Non-resident Participation in Rupee Interest Rate Derivatives Market

  • Draft Enabling Framework for Regulatory Sandbox

    Draft Enabling Framework for Regulatory Sandbox

    In July 2016 the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had setup an inter-regulatory Working Group to look into and report on various aspects relating to fintech. One of the key recommendations of the Working Group was the introduction of an

  • P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES

    P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES

    P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES Introduction Peer to Peer (“P2P”) lending platforms (the “Platforms”) aims to provide individuals and entities with an alternative source for fulfilling their capital requirements. Whether it is for obtaining capital to run

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji over 2 years ago
  • P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES

    P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES

    P2P LENDING IN INDIA: OLD ROADS NEW RULES Introduction Peer to Peer (“P2P”) lending platforms (the “Platforms”) aims to provide individuals and entities with an alternative source for fulfilling their capital requirements. Whether it is for obtaining capital to run

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji over 2 years ago
  • RBI to Relax Two-Step Authentication Rule for NFC Enabled Small Card Transactions

    RBI to Relax Two-Step Authentication Rule for NFC Enabled Small Card Transactions

    In the last year, much was made of the 2 step authentication process mandated by the RBI for all card transactions. Uber, the mobile marketplace for cabs, was in the eye of the storm with its one touch credit card

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji over 5 years ago
  • E-Wallets and Mobile Wallets

    E-Wallets and Mobile Wallets

    What are mobile wallets? The widespread use of smart phones and mobile technologies has gradually begun to affect not only our use of products and services, but also how we pay for them. What we are witnessing is the beginning

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji over 5 years ago
  • ESOP to employees outside India – Part V of the Series

    ESOP to employees outside India – Part V of the Series

    We’re probably making the startup founder an expert on ESOPs :).  Startups who work with us understand our obsession of making them a success. In this post, we’ll discuss about legal aspects of ESOP to employees of the Indian company based

    Sharda Balaji
    By Sharda Balaji over 8 years ago
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