Companies Act 2013

We believe these five segments cover the core elements of the Companies Act 2013's role. Explore these to access insights relevant to each.

  1. Accounting
  2. Audit and Auditors
  3. Corporate Governance
  4. Related Party transactions, loans and investments
  5. Mergers, reconstruction and capital raising

3 Corporate Governance

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  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Serious Fraud Investigation Office
  • Directors
  • Independent directors
  • Code of conduct for independent directors
  • Liabilities of independent director
  • Audit committee
  • Other committees
  • Internal audit

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4 Related party transactions, loans andinvestments

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  • Definition of relative
  • Definition of related party
  • Related party transactions
  • Restriction on non-cash transactionsinvolving directors
  • Loans to directors and subsidiaries
  • Loans and investments by company
  • Disclosure of interest by directors

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5 Mergers, reconstruction and capital raising

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  • Mergers and reconstruction
  • Capital raising

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The Indian Government, realizing the need for a better and comprehensive governance policy for businesses in India introduced a new Companies Act legislation in 2013 to replace the archaic Companies Act of 1956. The new Companies Act legislation, which came into force from 1 April 2014 carries provisions for investor protection, better corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, enterprise risk management among other business issues that have a far reaching impact on businesses in India.

We have compiled a set of handy guides and practical tools for executive decision makers that provide comprehensive information for all the key compliance requirements for this landmark legislation.

These information guides and practical tools are designed to help you prepare for the challenge of change in the business environment.