We can all witness how the entire world has shifted from traditional modes of financial services to a digital and more convenient mode. Financial Service providers have caused a revolution in these services. All thanks to innovative technology and the smart brains of people. The technology used to drive a financial transaction or service, offered by any entity is called as “Fintech” or in layman language “Financial Technology” enabling us to carry out tedious transactions at just one click from any part of the world to every part of the World. Businesses like PayTM, PhonePe, RazorPay, MobiKwik, PayU represent classic examples of providers who’re adopting technology in finances.
Therefore keeping the growing significance of FinTech in mind, Lawflu has introduced a Certificate Programme on “FinTech laws in India.”
Also, Lawflu has organized a Certification Course “Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999” to strengthen the knowledge of cross-border trade and foreign investment in India. We all know that after Liberalization in 1991, channels were opened to engage in trade with foreign business. This step do not just enabled small and basic exports but also helped exchange technology, world class products and established Multi-National Companies boosting our economy and financial status. In fact, in the 21st century, the culture of Foreign Investments has significantly increased especially in India.
Thus, to ensure that the citizens fairly enter into contracts and investments, we are here with a certification on FEMA, facilitating not just Law Enthusiasts but any common man to be in touch with points of Foreign Exchange, contracts, penalties, regulatory authorities, rules and regulations and much more.
Combo of both courses will enable the viewers to obtain an extensive knowledge about Blockchain and FEMA,1999 and various legal aspects related with them in a practical and easy manner.
FinTech Laws in India
MODULE 1: Introduction to FinTech Laws.
MODULE 2: Fintech in India
MODULE 3: Financial Regulations
MODULE 4: Regulatory frameworks
MODULE 5: Regulatory approaches
MODULE 6: Challenges faced by FinTech firms.
MODULE 7: Financial Crimes: Legal and enforcement framework
MODULE 8: Fintech market
MODULE 9: Technologies, FinTech product innovations & Protection.
MODULE 10: Cross-border business
MODULE 11: Reason for Rapid Growth of FinTech industry in india.
Module 1: Overview
Module 2: Applicability of FEMA Act
Module 3: Current and Capital Account Transaction
Module 4: Regulation and Management of Foreign Exchange
Module 5: Contravention and Penalties
Module 6: Adjudication and Appeal Under FEMA
Module 7: Difference between FERA and FEMA
Assessment and Certification
After this course, viewers will be able to -
Clearly differentiate between FERA and FEMA.