Executive program in
Securities & business law
Securities & Business Law Program is a 6 months program aimed at vital growth, development and spread of updated Law. The maturity of an economy is decided based on the robustness of securities market of an economy. For students interested in Law, this course will help them gain Securities Law and Business Law inputs, and conversely, those with a securities market background will better understand compliance and due diligence.
Securities & Business Law Program is a comparative study of legal and regulatory frameworks. It is designed to enable the participant to understand the critical securities and business law processes, such as legal, due diligence and compliance. For those with a background in law, Securities & Business Law will help appreciate securities law and market inputs while those with a securities market background will better understand compliance and due diligence. The program is intended for those who want to deep-dive into legal and compliance domain in securities Law.
Over the years this course has adopted an increasingly global perspective. This Executive Course is aimed to enable the participants in acquiring basic, yet comprehensive understanding of the concepts of Security Law, with a flavour of practical perspective wherever needed by:
- Providing a wide angle overview of corporate laws in accordance with the Companies Act, 2013 including the latest Amendments
- Much needed clarifications on security laws, rules and regulations.
- Enabling the development of critical and analytical abilities in the area of Business Law.
- Graduates with minimum 50% from any recognized University.
- Working executives in the financial markets domain facing exposure to securities laws
- Working executives in the legal and compliance domain facing exposure to the technicalities and latest developments in the securities markets
- Students seeking to supplement their knowledge in securities laws or the securities markets domain
- Freshers can also apply.
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This module introduces participants to the core concepts of Capital Markets. Some of the topics covered include Capital Markets, Financial Statement Analysis, Macro Economics, Capital Market Instruments and the Role of Stock Exchanges.
Regulation of the Securities Markets is one of the most crucial aspects of ensuring fairness in the market. This module will introduce the need for Regulation in stock markets. Participants will learn to appreciate the need for a regulatory authority and the benefits and limitations of market regulation.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992 was monumental in shaping the capital markets in India. This module includes those feature of the Act that help ensure investor protection and uphold the integrity of the markets. Topics covered in this module include the powers that SEBI can exercise as well as the penalties and other coercive actions that SEBI is authorized to take.
SEBI is responsible for regulating various practices involved in the functioning of Markets. This module discusses various disclosure requirements for Issuance of Capital and Listing Obligations. Additionally, the SEBI regulations module covers rules for the buyback of securities, foreign portfolio investors and the prohibition of Insider Trading and other fraudulent activities.
The Companies Act (2013) is an Act of the Parliament of India on Indian company law which regulates incorporation of a company, responsibilities of a company, directors, dissolution of a company. This module covers Types of Companies, Types and Issuance of Capital by Companies and Prospectus.
The Foreign Exchange Management Act, is aimed at consolidating the laws relating to foreign exchange to facilitate external trade and payments and for promoting the orderly development and maintenance of foreign exchange market in India. This module covers those aspects of FEMA that affect Capital Markets.
The Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002 prevents money-laundering and to provide for confiscation of property derived from money-laundering. This module is designed to outline the obligations of Intermediaries and Functionaries towards upholding PMLA regulations and the system developed to enable them to do so.