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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“IBC”) was enacted with the objective of reorganization and insolvency resolution of corporate persons who is unable to pay its debts in a time-bound manner.

Furthermore, the objectives of IBC include:-

  1. Maximization of the value of assets of corporate persons.
  2. To promote entrepreneurship.
  3. Availability of credit.
  4. The balance of interests of all the stakeholders.






As illustrated above, on acceptance of IBC petition, an Interim Resolution Professional (“IRP” or RP) is appointed who takes over the management of the Corporate Person, against whom the insolvency proceedings have initiated. Thereafter the IRP has the responsibility

  • Making the public announcement for the submission of claims by all the creditors (financial or operational)
  • Preparing a list of all claims
  • Preparing the statement of affairs
  • Call for resolution plan

What is a resolution plan – A resolution plan means a plan proposed by a resolution applicant for insolvency resolution of the corporate debtor a going concern.   


After the invitation by the IRP, any person who is eligible under IBC can submit a resolution plan and become a resolution applicant. The resolution plan has to be prepared on the basis of the information memorandum.

By grabbing this opportunity of becoming a resolution applicant and submitting a resolution plan, every business can avail of certain benefits. A few of them have been listed below:-

A) Acquisition of business – if any person is looking to take over a certain business, then this is the opportunity for them, whereby just submitting a viable resolution plan they can take over the business which is running and having a complete system in place.

B) Piercing into a new domain – if any business is looking to enter into a new domain or new operations, then it is easy for them. That person has to just submit a resolution plan before the Resolution Professional and if it gets accepted then it will become easy for that business to enter into such a new domain.

C) Promotion of entrepreneurship:- by becoming a resolution applicant, entering into business is easy. Rather than starting from scratch it will become easier for the new entrants to just invest a small amount and acquire the business which has the potential in the future.

D) Comparative low cost:- Once the company goes under Insolvency, its goodwill value and even the prices of some items get affected by market sentiments. Further, there are certain intangible assets associated with every company which loses its value during the resolution process. Due to such points, the price which is for a resolution proposal is much less than the price asked by such party if it would not be under insolvency.

E) Better understanding with creditors and stakeholders – The resolution proposal is approved by a committee of creditors, which implies that it would give an understanding with the creditors for the future.


Centrik have a team of professionals and Insolvency Professionals who have versatile expertise in this arena of work. We provide a one-stop solution to every requirement. Our scope of work includes:-

  • Identifying the relevant business
  • Evaluation of business and its credentials
  • Preparation of Resolution plan based on the information memorandum
  • Making of viable resolution plans
  • Completing the legal compliance and others

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