NSE Centre for Excellence in Corporate Governance
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Quarterly Briefing on

“Board and Director Independence in Controlled Companies”
 

Chief Contributor: Bala N Balasubramanian
 

June 2017



Archives of Quarterly Briefings

S.No. Quarterly Briefing on Chief Contributor Month & Year
1 The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: Implications for Corporate Governance Sharad Abhyankar and Nirmal Mohanty April 2017
2 Board and Audit Committee Meetings under Regulations – Compliance in Letter or Compliance in Spirit Subrata Sarkar January 2017
3 Issues in Board and Director Independence Bala N Balasubramanian October 2016
4 Risk Management and the Board of Directors in Indian Firms Afra Afsharipour July 2016
5 The Long and Short of Insider Trading Regulation in India Umakanth Varottil April 2016
6 Independent Directors under the new dispensation Jamil Khatri January 2016
7 Indian Corporate Board Structure: Moving Towards Best Practices? Subrata Sarkar October 2015
8 "Gender Diversity on Boards" N Balasubramanian and Nirmal Mohanty July 2015
9 "Corporate Governance in State-Owned Enterprises" Umakanth Varottil April 2015
10 Related Party Transactions Vikramaditya Khanna January 2015
11 Board Evaluations N Balasubramanian October 2014
12 Corporate Social Responsibility Under Companies Act, 2013 Subrata Sarkar July 2014
13 Directors' Duties and Liabilities in the New Era Umakanth Varottil April 2014
14 Comply or Explain: An Alternate Approach to Corporate Governance Nawshir Mirza and Nirmal Mohanty January 2014
15 Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Governance Vikramaditya Khanna October 2013
16 Audit Committee Regulations and Market Response Subrata Sarkar July 2013
17 Emergence of Shareholder Activism in India Umakanth Varottil April 2013

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