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Directors and Corporate Governance (Practical Guide for Directors)

Directors and Corporate Governance (Practical Guide for Directors)

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  • Author(s): Dr. Sanjeev Gupta
  • Publisher: Bharat Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2023
  • ISBN 13 9789394163935
  • Approx. Pages 508 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
A company being an artificial person works through natural persons, called directors. The power and management of the company's affairs are vested in the board of directors. Their powers, rights, duties, responsibilities and liabilities have been prescribed under different Acts, Rules and Regulations. Corporate governance is necessary in every type of company for better results, growth of the company and for increasing profitability of the company with the equal treatment of minor and major shareholders after legal and business compliance's. The corporate governance structure defines the business and distribution of rights and responsibilities among various participants including stakeholders of a company. Certain times I have noticed that the directors have little understanding on the legal and administrative provisions as well as on the workings of the company with duties and liabilities of a director. Corporate governance may be discussed under the heads as Board of directors (appointment, duties, liabilities, responsibilities, etc.), board procedures (compositions, committees, meetings, minutes, etc.), remuneration of directors (executive and non-executive), audit  committee (composition, minutes, powers, etc.), management (key managerial personnel), disclosure of interest and related party transactions, loans to and from directors, report on corporate governance, compliance's of Acts, Rules and Regulations, corporate frauds, and corporate social responsibility.
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Table of Contents
Understanding A Corporate and Corporate Governance

Chapter 1   Introduction
Chapter 2   Company Management
Board of Directors, Chairman and Managing Director
Chapter 3   Board of Directors
Chapter 4   Chairman and Managing Director
Digital Signature Certificate and Director Identification Number
Chapter 5   Digital Signature Certificate
Chapter 6   Obtaining and retaining of Director Identification Number
Chapter 7   Change/Up-dation in particulars of allotted DIN
Chapter 8   Annual KYC of DIN holder/director
Chapter 9   Cancellation or surrender or deactivation of DIN
Appointment, Cessation and Remuneration of Directors
Chapter 10 Appointment or Re-appointment or Removal of Director/ Regularisation of Director
Chapter 11 Managing Director or Whole-time Director or Manager
Chapter 12 Resignation of Director
Chapter 13 Removal of Director
Chapter 14 Disclosure of Interest by Director
Chapter 15 Obtaining Unsecured Loan from director or director’s relative in Private Limited Company
Chapter 16 Unsecured Loan from director in Public Limited Company
Chapter 17 Giving Loan, Guarantee and Security to Directors, etc.
Chapter 18 Director and Related Party Transaction
Chapter 19 Registers/Documents/Returns/Books of Accounts to be kept and Maintained by every Company
Chapter 20 Board Meeting and its Minutes
Chapter 21 Committees of Board
Chapter 22 Annual General Meeting (AGM)/General Meeting (EGM) and its Minutes
Chapter 23 Nature and Scope of Corporate Fraud
Chapter 24 Types of Corporate Frauds
Chapter 25 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Referencer
Exemptions Referencer
ER-1    Exemptions to Private Companies under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
ER-2    Exemptions to Government Companies under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
ER-3    Exemptions to Nidhi Companies under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
ER-4    Exemptions to Section 8 (non-profit) Companies under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
ER-5    Exemption to specified IFSC public company under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
ER-6    Exemption to specified IFSC private company under section 462 of the Companies Act, 2013
Compliance Referencer
CR-1   Compliances for Unlisted Public Company on the basis of Paid-up Capital, Turnover, Borrowings, etc.
CR-2   Compliances for Private Companies on the basis of Paid-up Capital, Turnover, Borrowings, etc.
CR-3   Various Forms (E-Forms and Non e-Forms) under Cos. Act, 2013
CR-4   Annual Filing and routine event based Forms
CR-5   Registers, Documents, and Returns to be maintained under the Companies Act, 2013
CR-6   Routine Compliances under the Cos. Act, 2013 (For Pvt. Co.)
CR-7   Routine Compliances under the Companies Act, 2013 (For Government Private Companies)
CR-8   Routine compliance under the Companies Act, 2013 and SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015 (For Private Companies)
CR-9   Major Compliances for Listed Entities pursuant to SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
CR-10 Prior intimations of board meeting to exchange by a listed company as per SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015
CR-11 Major DPE Guidelines for the Government Companies
Offences Referencer
OR-1   Offences punishable with Fine or Imprisonment or both (Compoundable Offences)
OR-2   Offences punishable with Fine and Imprisonment (Non-compoundable)
OR-3   Offences liable to Penalty
OR-4   Offences compoundable by Regional Director
OR-5   Offences Compoundable by National Company Law Tribunal
OR-6   Offences punishable for Fraud under section 447 of the Companies Act, 2013
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Author Details
Dr. Sanjeev Gupta
M.Com., FCS, LL.B., PhD. Practising Company Secretary

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