Who should attend
Middle and Senior Executives from:
- Real estate, Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI), Smart City
- Banking, Housing finance and insurance,
Metro projects, Road projects, Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
Power and Renewable Energy, Mineral and Metal Sector
Thermal projects, Coal mines, Solar and wind energy projects
Aluminium, Steel and other metal industries with mines
- Contract farming projects/farmer producer companies (FPCs)/Aggregators/Start-Ups
- International agribusiness firms
- Food export processing zones
About the course
Far from being an “externality”, land tenure can be a real threat with huge financial risks. Of late, investments around real estate, infrastructure, mining, power and agri-business are facing conflicts, delays and often getting stalled. One of the major reasons behind this increased stalling of investments, which reached an all-time high of INR 13 trillion in June, 2019 has been delay in land acquisition. Additionally, the financial sector, especially Banks, owe a substantial burden of their NPAs to land-based investments. Land remains a finite resource and its availability, valuation and tenure are often inappropriately interpreted and speculated, leading to contestations fuelling high investment risks. On the other hand, the agriculture sector has also witnessed contestations due to land tenure complications around common land, leasing practices and women land rights.
Integration of risk management, therefore, into corporate governance and finance is the need of the hour in India. Emerging examples in the form of global instruments provide directions and experiences that can be very useful to make prudent decisions that do not lock-in investments into irreversible losses and costly legal procedures. This executive education module aims to build the capacity of corporate leaders and executives on new ways of managing land tenure risks and strategies for sustainable and responsible investment.
- To enhance the understanding of land-people relations to reduce investment risks
- To build capacity in corporate leadership to help them deal with land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R)
- To embed land tenure risk management (LTRM) in core corporate governance
- Introduction to land tenure and property rights theories
- Land tenure engagement as a strategy within sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) frameworks for corporate governance
- Land tenure risks and their impact on investment across infrastructure, real estate, agribusiness, mineral, metal and power, banking and finance, and energy sectors
- Legal framework and pluralism in India around land, with a focus on acquisition, and R&R
- Land administration, reforms and tools
- Global frameworks and guidelines around land-responsible sustainable investment
- International cases around LTRM
- Indian cases around LTRM
- Strategies for integrating LTRM into project management
I am an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Management - Ahmedabad (IIM-A). Prior to this I was working at the Department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala, Sweden. I earned my PhD at Humboldt University Berlin and conducted an important part of...
Mr. Pranab Ranjan Choudhury is an expert with more than 18 years of experience in Natural Resources Management and Governance in India and abroad. He has worked on a number of assignments on land governance (on land rights/policy and land use disciplines) in Odisha including state-level coordinat...
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