Fintech Law


  • Duration6 hours
  • Date19-December
  • FeeINR 1,000 + GST


Financial technology (Fintech) is new tech that improves and automates the delivery and use of:banking, financial services, insurance, and capital markets.

Fintech Law is the regulatory ecosystem and legal framework governing the multi-trillion-dollar financial technologies (fintech) sector. Fintech Law comprises:

  • 100+ Fintech related Acts, Rules, Regulations, Circulars & Guidelines including those relating to debt, equity & hybrid securities and derivatives
  • Fintech Regulators like CCI, FIU, IBBI, IRDAI, MCA, PFRDA, RBI, and SEBI
  • Fintech Tribunals like NCLT, NCLAT, and SAT
  • Fintech Enforcement & Investigation Agencies like CBI, CDBT, CBITC, ED, and Police
  • Fintech Agencies like NPCI, CCIL, IDRBT and GIFT SEZ-IFSC
  • Pooled Investment Schemes like Angel, Debt, Infrastructure, Private Equity, SME, Social Venture, VC, Hedge and Mutual Funds
  • Regulated Intermediaries like Commodity Exchanges, Credit Rating Agencies, Custodian of Securities, Depositories, Insurance Repositories, Insurance Self Network Platforms, Insurance Web Aggregators, Investment Advisers, Portfolio Managers, Stock Exchanges and Trade Receivables Discounting System
  • Other regulated entities like Account aggregators, Foreign Portfolio Investors, Payment banks, and Peer-to-peer lenders


  • Debt securities
  • Equity securities
  • Hybrid securities
  • Derivatives
  • Angel Funds
  • Venture Capital Funds
  • Insurance Self-Network Platform
  • Insurance Web Aggregators
  • Trade Receivables Discounting System (TReDS)
  • Account Aggregators
  • Peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders
  • Financial Intelligence Unit
  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
  • Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  • Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT)
  • Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
  • Directorate of Enforcement (ED)
  • National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)