FSLRC on Financial Consumer Protection

Keeping in mind the existing state of consumer protection measures in place for India, FSLRC has proposed a consumer protection framework for financial services, with the stated objectives being…

A Paradigm for Suitability: Part III

The previous post covered the process of “Suitability” in financial services. Here, we cover aspects of the legal and regulatory structure that will aid in establishing an effective Suitability…

Regulating consumer credit intermediation

This post is a continuation of our Consumer Protection blog series. The next two posts would look at the Evolution of Consumer Protection Laws in India.

Suitability and Disclosure: The case of Australia

Subsequent to our earlier post in the Consumer Protection series, this post covers conduct and disclosure obligations of Australian Financial Services (AFS) License holders for provision of advice to…

Australia’s Regulatory Principles and the Licensing of providers

Continuing on our series on ‘Consumer Protection’, we will take a look at how consumer protection has found its place within the regulatory architecture of select countries, namely Australia…