CSR regulation in India: The way forward

India has come a long way since its independence in terms of social, political and economic development. However, it continues to grapple with issues of inclusiveness, equity and sustainable growth; this has a strong underlying impact on the country’s business environment. In light of this, the Indian Government amended the Companies Act to mandate companies to … More CSR regulation in India: The way forward

Companies Act 2013: Governing the Boards

 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 … More Companies Act 2013: Governing the Boards

“Strong focus on corporate governance a must”

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”

Corporate Governance from the prism of Companies Act 2013

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