Striking a Balance: Consumer Financial Protection and Banking Regulations in the Indian Context

  • Anjaly Ann Joseph,
  • Lemya Sherine and Seenath P.S.
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  • Anjaly Ann Joseph

    Advocate at High Court of Kerala, India

  • Lemya Sherine

    Student at School of Legal Studies, CUSAT, India

  • Seenath P.S.

    Student at CSI College for Legal Studies, India

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This paper explores the symbiotic relationship between Consumer Financial Protection (CFP) and Banking Regulations in the Indian context. It highlights the significance of CFP in safeguarding consumer rights and promoting industry growth. The study navigates the CFP framework, delves into case studies on consumer vulnerabilities and unfair practices, and examines the regulatory impact on banks. It emphasizes the balance between consumer protection and industry viability, showcasing efforts to self-regulate and promote trust. The paper underscores the importance of upholding integrity, transparency, and equitable practices in India's evolving financial landscape.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 2159 - 2168


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