GNLU Centre for Private International Law (GCPrIL) Training Programme Series “Cross-Border Challenges in Corporate Law” 30 August – 01 September 2019:

GNLU Centre for Private International Law (GCPrIL) Training Programme Series “Cross-Border Challenges in Corporate Law” 30 August – 01 September 2019:

About the Course:

Given the continued effects of globalization and the increasing interconnectivity among the corporate sector and capital markets of various jurisdictions, the cross-border issues emanating from corporate law have become significant. While the study of corporate law has hitherto focused predominantly on domestic matters, the impact of cross-border transactions compels a broader outlook to corporate law and related fields.

This course intends to provide an understanding of specific issues arising out of cross-border activity that has an impact on corporate law. It will begin with a discussion of structuring of corporate groups across jurisdictions and matters of incorporation of companies or establishment of other corporate entities.

Date: 30 Aug – 1 Sept, 2019.

Duration: 14 Hours.

Who can apply?:

Professionals, Consultants, Practitioners, Academicians, Research Scholars, PG and UG Students.

Fees:

  • INR 2500/- (GNLU Students);
  • INR 3000/- (Non-GNLU Students);
  • INR 4000/- (Academicians & Research Scholars)
  • INR 6000/- (Professionals, Consultants, Practitioners).

How to Apply:

Follow the steps,

  1. Pay the fees | Payment link (kindly click on the below link) : https://www.onlinesbi.com/sbicollect/icollecthome.htm
  2. Post payment of fees, kindly fill the registration form (kindly click on the below link) : https://forms.gle/R9z8dyLnNHznUwvj9

Last Date of Applying: August 28, 2019.

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