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VIDEOCON RULING: SETTING A BENCHMARK FOR GROUP INSOLVENCY

Richa Saraf

(richa@vinodkothari.com)

It is common business practice for group entities to regularly engage in related party transactions such as cross collateralisation, guarantee comforts, tunnelling or significant influence arrangements. While such structures largely respect the separate legal status of the group companies, practice suggests such inter-linkages in business, operations and management often raise significant challenges when any one or more entity in the group become insolvent[1]. In such cases, for maximisation of value to the stakeholders and to enhance the prospects of resolution, creditors may seek for substantive consolidation.

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Group Insolvency: Moving from “Entity” to “Enterprise”

-Sikha Bansal (resolution@vinodkothari.com)

 

Recently, the Working Group led by Shri U.K. Sinha, submitted its Report on group insolvency, recommending a complete framework to facilitate insolvency resolution and liquidation of corporate debtors in a “group”. The Report was submitted by the working group on 23.09.2019.

See our presentation here on various aspects of group insolvency proceedings as suggested by the Working Group, and includes discussion on procedural coordination versus substantive consolidation along with case laws and case studies.