Day in and day out, businesses in India have to deal with numerous corruption-related risks. A majority of these are in the form of theft of physical assets and information, bribery, and internal financial frauds. This trend, combined with a stringent regulatory and enforcement environment, has brought risk management to the fore. It is not … More How to boost internal control to tackle corruption?
In Conversation with Deepak Satwalekar Deepak Satwalekar retired as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (MD & CEO) of HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company Ltd. Prior to that,he was the Managing Director of HDFC,the country’s largest mortgage lender. In addition, Mr.Satwalekar has been a consultant to the World Bank,the Asian Development Bank and other … More “Strong focus on corporate governance a must”
In India, the archaic Companies Act, 1956 was in direct need of a complete revamp especially after a string of high profile scams in the Corporate World. Indian Government, realising the need for a better and comprehensive governance policy for businesses in India that has some global prominence approved the Companies Act, 2013 with the … More Corporate Governance from the prism of Companies Act 2013