Companies Act 2013: Governing the Boards

14H04714_RM The New Companies Act has significant implications on aspects of board governance and purports to improve the standard of corporate governance in India. The legislation focuses on improving transparency in the working of the Board by establishing its accountability in various company related reporting matters.  

In this post, Anurag Malik, Partner, People & Organisation Advisory Services, EY shares his viewpoint on key modifications that have been brought about in the Companies Act, 2013 and how it aims to raise the governance profile of Indian companies and Boards, and bring them on par with the best global standards. Continue reading