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About The Centre

The Centre for Financial & Regulatory Governance Studies was set up in 2015 to undertake an interdisciplinary and collaborative mission and methodology for evaluating, discussing, recommending solutions and otherwise address the critical financial, regulatory, and policy challenges of the day. The Centre aims to create and share knowledge, to engage stakeholders in an exchange of ideas, and to enhance the appreciation of legal and regulatory issues. The goal of the Centre is to bring greater theoretical and analytical clarity to these issues, to examine their policy impact and to be a catalyst for ideas on how to improve banking and financial systems at the national, regional and global levels. Through cutting-edge courses, events, projects and research, the Centre, therefore, seeks to bring therefore together academics, practitioners, and students under the NUJS name to address the challenges that animate business and finance.
The Centre for Financial and Regulatory Governance Studies, NUJS has been established to undertake an interdisciplinary and collaborative mission and methodology to evaluate, discuss, recommend solutions and otherwise address the critical financial, regulatory, and policy challenges of the day. The Centre further seeks to generate scholarship and promote thinking about the vibrancy, robustness and soundness of the banking sector, capital markets and other financial services. Through the research the scholars associated with the Centre will undertake and the events organized, The Centre aims to create and share knowledge, to engage stakeholders in an exchange of ideas, and to enhance the appreciation of legal and regulatory issues. The goal of the Centre is to bring greater theoretical and analytical clarity to these issues, to examine their policy impact and to be a catalyst for ideas on how to improve banking and financial systems at the national, regional and global levels. Through cutting-edge courses, events, projects and research, the Centre will bring therefore together academics, practitioners, and students under the NUJS name to address the challenges that animate business and finance.
The Centre has previously been associated with organization of various events including Lecture Sessions on Corporate Governance by resource persons from the National Institute of Securities Markets and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India. The Centre has also taken up various ventures including preparing a white paper on SEBI’s penalty regime (in collaboration with the Association of National Exchanges Members of India), collaboration with the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. for conducting a post graduate diploma course on industrial and commercial laws, and with the Ministry of Law & Justice for conducting an online certificate course on business and commercial laws.

Structure Of The Centre