FREE & ONLINE 3-Day Bootcamp (LIVE only) on
Expand your practice as a CA or CS: Argue IBC and company law matters before NCLT
16th to 18th July, 6-9 pm IST
The speakers of the bootcamp:
Ramanuj Mukherjee CEO & CO-Founder, LawSikho
Abhyuday Agarwal COO & CO-Founder, LawSikho
- Are you a CA or CS who wants to upskill, get into emerging areas of work, do more for your clients and drastically go up the professional value chain?
- Are you struggling with low ticket work from clients and want to increase your consultation charges by doing more high value work?
- Do you want to do more high stakes, exciting work that can grow your reputation, standing and satisfaction from work by leaps and bounds?
- Do you want to diversify your work beyond basic services that all your colleagues offer?
- Do you want to add an extra edge to your skills and outshine your competition while applying for top jobs?
If yes, we have great news for you!
- You must have heard that company secretaries and chartered accountants are allowed to argue any matter before the National Company Law Tribunal, as well as the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
- This means that they can represent clients just like licensed advocates before this critical tribunal in matters such as:
- Insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings
- Money recovery cases before the NCLT
- Corporate Fraud cases
- Oppression & mismanagement cases
- Shareholder disputes
- Class action suits
- Striking off name of a company or disqualification of directors
- While lawyers dominated such work previously, now is the time for you! There are many outstanding Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries arguing successfully before the NCLT, most young CA and CS are unaware of the advantages of this amazing emerging opportunity.
You already have those clients. Now you can give them more solutions, and as a result increase your share of their legal budget.
We are doing a 3 day bootcamp (3 hours each day, 6-9 pm, Saturday, Sunday & Monday), live, online and free of charge - where we will show you how you can explore this unique opportunity most of your peers are unaware of and would not even consider exploring.
Register for our Bootcamp on 16 to 18 July to learn all about becoming an Insolvency professional.
If you are a CA or a CS looking to diversify, the time is now.
Here are some important questions that can come to your mind:
- Am I eligible to argue before the NCLT?
- What is the role of an Insolvency Professional?
- Do I even have the required expertise and practical skills?
- How do I expand professional opportunities in Insolvency and Bankruptcy cases?
What will be discussed in the bootcamp?
- The qualifications required for a CA or CS to represent cases before the NCLT and other appellate bodies?
- The effect of years of experience in your chosen field on your qualification
- When and how to apply to the Board for registration as an ‘Insolvency Professional’
- The various jurisdictions involved in adjudicating cases under the IBC
- The role you play in the CIRP and Liquidation processes
- Your role in matters like Individual Insolvency Resolution and Bankruptcy Resolution.
- Whether you are required to enrol for the Limited Insolvency Examination or a Graduate Insolvency Programme?
Here Are Brief Instructions On What You Need To Do To Obtain A Certificate For Attending This Bootcamp:
- Attend on all days (at least 2.5 hours each day, and login from trackable unique link sent to you by zoom so we can track your attendance),
- Leave a review of your experience (whether good, bad or ugly) in comments to the Linkedin and Twitter post links (shared in the live session), at the end of each day, for all days.
(If you don’t have an account on any of these channels please create it right away. It barely takes a couple of mins. A good social media profile is critical for career success in this decade. Agree or disagree?)
- Send us a screenshot of your posts to [email protected] We will send you a certificate after 10 days. If you have any question about receiving a certificate, write to [email protected]