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About the Book
In today's complex business world with ever-growing challenges like Board room failures, questionable banking practices, conflict of interest with auditors, insider trading etc, the need for an overarching model of strong and robust Corporate Governance and stringent controls has become the order of the day.
Since the advent of Cadbury Committee report under the leadership of Sir Adrian Cadbury in the United Kingdom in the Nineties and implementation of Sarbanes Oxley Act in the US, the incidence of Corporate Governance has come a long way in the global arena of Corporate culture.
Similar wave has touched the Indian shores as well in the form of complete restructuring of the Companies Act 2013, incorporation of converged International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the form of Ind AS and various guidelines issued by the Securities and Exchange Board of India from time to time on disclosures, insider trading and Acquisition and takeovers.
This work professes to assimilate all these initiatives in global and Indian context and provide the reader a single window for quick understanding of the ramifications of these guidelines in a structured and user friendly manner.

Key Features:
The book covers the following areas:
Corporate Governance under the Companies Act 2013
Corporate Governance under latest SEBI Guidelines 
A table of comparison of latest SEBI Guidelines with Clause 49 and Companies Act 2013 and Rules 2014
Reporting of financial results and audit of financial statements
Secretarial standards and secretarial audit
Enterprise Risk Management and Financial Control
Obligations of listed entities non-convertible debt securities or non-convertible redeemable preference shares or both, on Indian depository receipts, securitised debt instruments and mutual funds
Corporate Governance related to not for profit organizations
Corporate Social responsibility.

About the author
B D Chatterjee is a finance leader with CA, CMA, CS and Dip IFR (UK) qualifications having 35 Years rich experience in overall business and finance function.
He possesses expertise in CFO solutions having specialization in areas which include commercial accounting and audit, management accounting and MIS, developing budget and business plan and implementing budgetary control, business strategy and structuring and business valuation, financial management and debt syndication through banks and financial institutions.
He has rich experience in Mergers & Acquisitions including financial due diligence and handling negotiations between investors and target companies, managing implementation of many ERP projects in SAP and Navision, including change management and re-engineering of business processes. He specialises in SAP implemention audit across all modules.
Before launching into consulting practice, he has handled many high profile leadership positions like CFO/VP/Director Finance assignments in global MNCs (BOC Gases, DuPont, Kelly Services) and large Indian conglomerates (Mother Dairy group, Max India) and possesses years of experience in industries like industrial gases, engineering polymers, agro chemicals, FMCG and dairy products, health care and manpower services among others.
Apart from his consulting assignments, he teaches IFRS to professional students across reputed Transnationals and has authored books on Corporate Governance and Control, Risk Management, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs), Indian Accounting Standards (Ind ASs) and Business Valuation to name a few.

More Details about Guide to Corporate Governance

General Information  
Author(s)B D Chatterjee
PublisherBloomsbury India
Edition1st Edition
ISBN9789387457386
Pages720
BindingPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearNovember 2018