The Companies Act, 2013 has a number of statutory provisions which directly impact on Corporate Governance. Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) through its Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements (LODR) Regulations, 2015 has further raised the bar. The legitimate expectation levels of stakeholders in regard to Corporate Governance have significantly increased and are being articulated.Read More...
In recent times, there has been increasing focus on the training of Directors and Board evaluation. However, no notice appears to have been taken of the numerous challenges relating to Board
With many Boards being value-neutral or sometimes even value-destroying, the CEO often has to navigate alone the numerous challenges that leadership brings with it.
The long-awaited Companies Act, 2013 has brought significant changes to company law in India. Informal discussions with a number of Independent Directors seem to indicate that the provisions relating
The Companies Act, 2013 makes the Auditors responsible for an increased number of functions. However, the resultant challenges that it poses to Auditors seem to have been inadequately
After a few years of witnessing significant growth the Indian economy witnessed a few years of sluggish performance far below its potential. The reasons for subdued performance are many and varied.
As we look around us, we find countless examples of organizations and individuals within them that are underperforming in relation to their expectations and of those who are adversely impacted by such underperformance. The gap between potential and performance is often mindboggling.Read More...
Catch two biggies of India Inc - Uday Kotak and Anand Mahindra discuss corporate governanceTimes Now | Dec 03, 2018