How to look at “Corporate Governance” – Indian Corporate Law

by Free Article Live, February 11, 2010.

Company Law is very very complicated and interesting. If we look at all the corporate regulations or law, it is very clear that it focuses mainly on the interests of the shareholders. The liability of the members is limited in limited companies and as such the shareholders will be clueless often when their investment in the Company is not properly managed.

While the professionals use the term “Corporate Governance” with its relevance, many use the term “Corporate Governance” generally and emphasizing on good governance. While it is true that the “Corporate Governance” is meant to provide “Good Governance” in the Company, there is a specific way to understand the term “Corporate Governance”.

The term “Corporate Governance” is used in Listed Public Companies as they need to comply with the “Corporate Governance” commitments agreed with the Stock Exchanges. The term “Corporate Governance” is specifically used under clause 49 of the model listing agreement to be entered into with the Stock Exchanges and the violation of which may lead an action by the Stock Exchange to de-list the company’s shares…(continue reading)


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