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Interim Resolution Professional and Resolution Professional

Interim Resolution Professional and Resolution Professional

Insolvency resolution professional/ resolution professional (“RP”) is the key professionals and pillar under the Insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016. These professionals are the whole and sole of the company after the insolvency application is approved by the adjudicating authority. 

RP is appointed by the adjudicating authority (National Company Law Tribunal, or NCLT. Upon admission of any corporate debtor by NCLT for the corporate insolvency resolution process (“CIRP”), RP is required to take over the entire management and operation of the corporate debtor and run the whole CIRP. Powers of the existing board of directors (or the partners in case of LLP) stand suspended and vests in RP so appointed. Thus, the RP steps into the shoe of the Directors/ CEO of the company. RP is at the center of all actions and activities and, therefore, all challenges, suits, sometimes even physical assaults are directed at him/her who has to perform in the face of all these. RP’s are even exposed to compensation claims even after the conclusion of CIRP.

Essentials: What are the roles of IRP / RP in the Insolvency Resolution Process?

  1. Protect and preserve the value of corporate debtor’s property and manage corporate debtor’s operations as a going concern 
  2. Take control and custody of any assets over which corporate debtor has ownership rights as per its balance sheet or information utility or depository
  3. Gather all information pertaining to corporate debtor’s assets, finances, and operations for determining its financial position.
  4. Receive, verify and collate claims received from creditors in response to the public announcement;
  5. take custody and control of all assets including business records
  6. Represent and act on behalf of the corporate debtor with third parties and exercise rights for the benefit of the corporate debtor in al proceedings – judicial, quasi-judicial or arbitration,
  7. Raise interim finance were needed for running the CIRP
  8. Appoint professional to conduct CIRP as needed
  9. Maintain an updated list of claims
  10. Convene and attend all meetings of Committee of Creditors/ Financial Creditors
  11. Invite a resolution plan for the corporate debtor from prospective resolution applicants/ investors.
  12. Present resolution plans at CoC meetings
  13. File applications for the avoidance of preference/ undervalued/ extortionate/ fraudulent transactions were determined.
  14. making a public announcement of the insolvency resolution process in respect of the corporate debtor; 
  15. examining each resolution plan received so as to see whether the resolution plan meets the criteria enlisted under section 30 (2) and presenting the eligible resolution plans at the meetings of the committee of creditors; 
  16. Submission of the resolution plan approved by the committee of creditors to the adjudicating authority for approval of the latter; 
  17. Placing the CoC approved plan for approval of adjudicating authority.

How ASC Helps?

  1. ASC has a team of skilled professionals,
  2. Good output and satisfied clients
  3. Best value for the assets for realization and settling the debts, 
  4. Powerful negotiating skills to ensure a good resolution plan to get approved in the CoC.
  5. Taking the best interest of stakeholders into consideration
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