Conference : Corporate Landscape – Recent Developments and Perspective

 Achromic Point Presents  Corporate Landscape - Recent Developments and Perspective -  Mumbai 21st February 2014 Dear Industry Colleague, Greetings from Achromic Point We would like to take this opportunity to inform and invite you to our upcoming seminar "Corporate Landscape - Recent Developments and Perspectivewith our knowledge partner MPC Legal in Mumbai on 21st February 2014. The seminar aims… Read More

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Corporate Criminal Liability – An Indian Perspective

A.   INTRODUCTION CONCEPT & RATIONALE OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF CORPORATION Corporate bodies are more corrupt and profligate than individuals, because they have more power to do mischief, and are less amenable to disgrace or punishment. They neither feel shame, remorse, gratitude nor goodwill Hazlitt. [1] The evolution of the concept of criminal liability of corporations is… Read More

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Deposit Requirements for members of the Debt Segment

CIRCULAR CIR/MRD/DRMNP/37/2013                                           December 19, 2013 To All recognized Stock Exchanges and Clearing Corporations Dear Sir / Madam, Sub: Deposit Requirements for members of the Debt Segment 1. SEBI vide circular no CIR/MRD/DP/03/2013 dated January 24, 2013 prescribed guidelines for providing dedicated debt segment on stock exchanges. Subsequently, SEBI (Stock Brokers and Sub-Brokers) Regulations was amended to enable registration… Read More

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Corporate Ethics and Corporate Governance – Who will guard the guards?

(Speech delivered by Dr. (Smt) Deepali Pant Joshi, Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India at the National Institute of Securities Markets, Kolkata on 11th December, 2013) Introduction At the outset, let me congratulate the organisers for this topical choice of subject, one which concerns us all. I thank Director, National Institute of Securities Markets, Dr.Sandip Ghose… Read More

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Implications of insertion of the word ˜person™ – Section 186 of the Companies Act, 2013

Disclaimer:  The views expressed in this article are solely the views of the author and are not connected in any way with the views of the Company/ or the Group where the author is employed. By: Narendra Singh, Company Secretary, Essel Mining & Industries Limited (An Aditya Birla Group Company) ----------------------------------------------------------------- BACKGROUND The term ˜person™… Read More

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Right Of First Refusal: A Contractual Restriction On Transfer Of Shares

Introduction Among various provisions of incorporating documents such as shareholder™s agreement in a corporation, an item will often appear labeled ROFR / Right of First Refusal. ROFR is a contractual right that obliges the selling shareholder not to sell its shares in the company to a third party without offering his shares to another party… Read More

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Corporate India overwhelmed – Upper House clears the bill

Corporate law in India has finally taken a sigh of relief as the much awaited Company bill has been passed (press release available here) in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, the 8th of August, 2013. The new company bill will come into effect immediately after the assent from the President. The press release by the… Read More

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TRAI issues the Telecommunications Mobile Number Portability (Fifth Amendment) Regulations, 2013 for corporate mobile numbers

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has issued the Telecommunications Mobile Number Portability (Fifth Amendment) Regulations, 2013. After implementation of Mobile Number Portability, the Authority had received complaints from the subscribers of corporate mobile numbers that their porting requests have been rejected by the donor operators under the category Contractual Obligation for want of permission/authorization… Read More

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Conference Update :: Day 2 Session Details :: Corporate Crimes & Organisational Integrity Management 2013

Session 1: The role of discreet and covert intelligence gathering in investigating swindle, bribery and corruption Discreet investigative due diligence investigations, enable to minimize organisational risks Deep understanding of investigative, intelligence techniques and analysis in support of corporate investigations Anti corruption and bribery Security issues, particularly related to political violence Session 2: Strategy and map to… Read More

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Conference Alert – Corporate Crimes & Organisational Integrity Management 2013

Companies are susceptible to economic crime especially during stressed economies. Deliberate steps by one or more individuals, internal or external to deceive or mislead with the objective of misappropriating assets of a business, distorting an organization's apparent financial performance or strength, or otherwise obtaining an unfair advantage can be termed as corporate crime. Corporate crime… Read More

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Structuring of Business Entities in India

Written By S.Dhanapal, B.Com,B.A.B.L,A.C.S Practising Company Secretary STRUCTURING OF BUSINESS ENTITIES IN INDIA SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP MEANING:- The sole proprietorship is the oldest, simplest, and most common form of business entity. It is a business owned by a single individual. For tax and legal liability purpose, the owner and the business are one and the same.… Read More

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