Comments on the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 introduced in the Lok Sabha on 11 December 2019
Roundtable on Implementing India’s Personal Data Protection Bill
Implementing the Personal Data Protection Bill: Mapping Points of Action for Central Government and the future Data Protection Authority in India
Dvara Research Policy Brief – Implementing the Personal Data Protection Bill in India
Insights on Non-Personal Data (NPD)
Recommendations that ﬁnancial sector regulators can consider applying on regulated ﬁnancial services providers in order to improve outcomes for households and enterprises.
M-FIN and Sa-Dhan, two key Self-Regulatory Organisations (SROs) of the microfinance industry jointly released their revised Code of Conduct for the Microfinance Industry in December 2015.
The current regulatory approach to customer protection in India can be divided into two complementary ex-ante approaches- mandated information disclosure, and financial literacy and education.
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…
Why does consumer protection assume so much more significance in financial services, more so than perhaps for other services? Financial services don’t have fixed characteristics.
We have presented Suitability as the paradigm of choice for India’s financial system and have put forward the idea of Suitability as a board-approved process that each financial services…