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Corporate Governance in India


Code : GOV0005

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Industry : Business Law, Governance and Ethics

Region : India

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Failures and Scandals A series of financial scandals took place in the 1990s. The first was amajor securities scam that was uncovered inApril 19924 . It involved a large number of banks and the discovery of the scam resulted in the stock market (Bombay Stock Exchange) crashing from a peak index of 4,475 onApril 22nd 1992 to 2,548 onAugust 5th 1992.5 The second one was the disappearing of companies in 1993-1994. Hundreds of obscure companies, backed bymisleading brochures issued stocks at large share premia forcing the stock index to shoot up by 120%. The management of most of these companies siphoned off the funds leaving a great number of small investors bankrupt...

Initiatives taken by the Securities and Exchange Board of India Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), a regulating agency was established “to protect the interests of investors in securities and to promote the development of and to regulate the securities market and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto”.7 SEBI’s post economic reforms have focused on transparency and ethical practices leading to good Corporate Governance initiative in order to match global standards...

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The Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee This committee was set up under Kumar Mangalam Birla10 on May 7th 1999 to suggest changes in the Listing Agreements to promote and raise the standards of Corporate Governance (Exhibit I). The committee prepared a report based upon various national and international codes and reports including the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) code on corporate governance (Annexure I), the Cadbury Committee (Annexure II), the King Committee of South Africa (Annexure III), the Greenbury Committee, the Hampel Committee, the combined code of Corporate Governance in UK, the US Blue Ribbon Committee and the CII code of desirable Corporate Governance. The recommendations were framed from the perspective of the investors and shareholders, suiting the Indian corporate environment...

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