Monthly Archives: October 2017

Accountants’ dilemma- Confidentiality vs Disclosure of Non compliance

  Accountants to become whistle blowers or lead the anti corruption fight in organizations require certain prerequisites. Like in the mafia type movies, Accountants will become the snitch that a mafia goes after and eliminates to keep their secret, if … Continue reading

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Accountants fight against Corruption

Poverty reduction may be an idea in every political agenda just until they win the election and then it’s about reducing poverty of the poor parliamentarians! Bribery & corruption has a destructive effect on economic growth and erodes public confidence … Continue reading

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Governance vs Performance in SoBE’s

By governance I mean good governance as a process as an attitude and as a mechanism to do business. Specifically, this relates to concerns raised during discussions with state owned business enterprises (SoBE) on how public institutions should conduct public … Continue reading

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Lessons for us from Kotak Panel (India) Report on Corporate Governance

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is planning to surge ahead by proposing for greater focus on transparency and disclosures to improve corporate governance, with its latest Kotak Panel report. The recommendations cover a wide range of requirements … Continue reading

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