Related Party Transactions and Effective Governance – How it Works in Practice in India

by Pratip Kar for the Asia Roundtable on Corporate Governance – Fighting Abusive Related Party Transactions in Asia, October 2010.

Related party transactions can present a conflict of interest and may not be consistent with the best interests of the company and its shareholders. The paper presents some instances of Indian companies who fully comply with the regulatory system, and several measures often adopted by some companies to circumvent the system and disguise the related party transactions as usual commercial decisions.

Download the document here.

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