Handbook for Independent Directors in its second edition explores and analyses various dimensions of the role of Independent Directors who are considered as the pivot of corporate governance. The sweeping changes brought about by the Companies Act, 2013, revised SEBI rules and other regulators along with high stakeholder expectations impose great responsibilities and pose new challenges for independent directors in their discharge of duties.
Thought Arbitrage Research Institute presents an extensively researched handbook containing analytical review of relevant case law, academic studies and good practices from India and overseas, which is underscored by years of relevant and diverse professional experience of the authors, editors and other collaborators including independent directors, promoters and academics.
This handbook is designed to serve as reference and assistance to independent directors, and is expected to be the go-to guide for current as well as prospective directors in their pursuit of upholding the corporate moral compass.
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It is clear that good corporate governance makes good sense. The name of the game for a company in the 21st Century will be conform while it performs.
Mervyn King (Chairman: King Report)