This opinion was published in The Hindu Business Line on December 08, 2021.
About the Authors
Manvi Khanna is a Research Fellow in the Law, Finance and Development Team at Vidhi. She completed her BBA.LLB (Hons) from National Law University Odisha, Cuttack in 2021 and is a University gold medallist for highest grades in Corporate and Insurance Laws. Prior to joining Vidhi, she had interned in the commercial disputes team at J Sagar Associates, New Delhi, project finance team at L&L Partners, New Delhi, disputes team at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, New Delhi, LKS, New Delhi and Bharucha and Partners, New Delhi. Throughout her law program she has authored numerous research pieces in the form of opinion editorials, blogs and journal articles. She has also been a member of the Centre for Corporate Law, Legal Aid Society and Centre for Women and Law at college. Her areas of interest include finance, insolvency, banking and gender justice.
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