Corona is good for corporate governance. The government, without any known intention to do so, adopted an inclusive approach for the benefit of members and shareholder of companies in India. If you are a shareholder in any company in India, this is the best time for you to attend a General Meeting of your company. Of course, you will be part of their decision-making process in all practical manner. Read More to avail best out of this opportunity and share a lot for benefit of lakhs of individual investors and improvement of corporate Governance.
I have a small piece in 109th edition of the e-Magazine from ICSI Mysore Chapter “Shareholders’ duty of to ask” I am thankful to my friends Ms. K Sarina Chouta Harish and Mr. Dattatri H M who made great afforts for editorial inputs. Here is full piece:
We are living in an era of corporate governance but who is really interested in it! All efforts by the corporate governance are directed at bringing more transparency to the stakeholders for enabling their participation in decision-making process. If that be the case on one hand, on the other, the age-old concept of fiduciary relationship of board of directors, our law and law enforcement agencies render protection to the right of the board of directors to maintain complete secrecy of its decision-making. I am afraid; something is wrongly settled as law. There has to be a reality check…..
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