Corporate Governance Reform in India: Gauging Impact on Investors

Approval of all material related-party transactions by independent shareholders (i.e., related parties have to abstain from voting) is standard in many markets around the world and considered a best practice. Now, listed companies in India will abide by this rule beginning in October 2014 as part of a slew of corporate governance reforms announced recently by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Will these new measures bring much-needed relief to minority shareholders, or is it just old wine in a new bottle?

Read the full post at https://blogs.cfainstitute.org/marketintegrity/2014/05/08/corporate-governance-reform-in-india-gauging-impact-on-investors/

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