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IBC resolutions exceed new time limit of 330 days prescribed by govt

In July, in a bid to expedite the resolution process, the government made amendments to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) that included revising the time limit to 330 days

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ICRA vice president, Abhishek Dafria, said, CIRPs, on an average, continue to take more than the initial 270-day timeline and exceed even the revised 330-day timeline.

Ishita Ayan Dutt Kolkata
The average time taken for completion of 156 CIRPs that have yielded resolution plans has overshot the government's revised deadline of 330 days for completion of the process.

According to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) data, till September 2019, 156 CIRPs have yielded resolutions and the average time taken for resolution, including the time excluded by the adjudicating authority (AA) is 374 days; if the time excluded by the AA is considered then the average time taken would stand at 347 days. Either way, the time taken for resolution is more than the government's revised deadline of

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First Published: Oct 28 2019 | 7:06 PM IST

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