Rebooting Corporate Governance : Unlearning from failures & Not Just the Best but the Next

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Event Details

Rebooting Corporate Governance : Unlearning from failures & Not Just the Best but the Next - Dec 12, 2019

The Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry is organizing series of four Interactive sessions on Rebooting Corporate Governance.  Kindly find the details of the Sessions  Below.
Background :
From grave incidents of alleged fraud and mismanagement to underperformance, conflicts of interest and culture clashes, Indian corporates have displayed lack of corporate governance number of times in the history. Corporate failures are a result of a common phenomenon i.e. lack of oversight by the regulatory authorities, board members, auditors, senior management, company’s committees and rating agencies. Satyam being one of the cautionary lessons for the regulatory authorities, the government took an initiative to add teeth to regulatory framework with the introduction of the new Companies Act in 2013. Time and again, with these corporate failures coming up, there is pressing need to understand the reasons and bridge the gaps in the current corporate governance structures. Unlearning from the failures, it is now time for the Indian corporates to rebuild lost trust in the system and focus on responsibilities of the Board, Audit Committees and Senior Management towards the well-being of stakeholders. Even promoters need to operate differently and ensure proper balance between earning profits, transparency, clean practices and ethical decision making. Our main focus through this workshop would be to understand the existing challenges and concerns of the companies and help them outline measures that can help them restructure their entire corporate governance mechanism and benchmark their existing business practices with the best practices.

Objective :
  •   To understand and discuss Corporate Governance issues encountered by companies and unlearn from failures of companies like Satyam, ILFS and more.

  •   To ensure that companies are moving beyond their regular boundaries to promote good corporate governance ‘by choice’.


Agenda :
9.00 am
9.30 am
Unlearning from failures: From Satyam to IL&FS
11.30 am
Tea Break
12.00 pm
Understand existing challenges and  measures to restructure  corporate governance mechanism 
2.00 pm

Who Can Attend

  •   Independent Directors and CXOs 

  •   CEOs/CFOs 

  •   Legal, Finance and Accounts heads

  •   Legal Counsels   

  •   Personnel from corporate/industry

  •   Company secretary & team members

  •   Members of Senior Management

  •   Concerned officers 

  •   Professionals

  •   Anyone interested


Speaker Profile :

Mr. Suhas is the Managing Partner of Legasis Partners, a law firm having offices in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Delhi. He is also founder Director of Legasis Services Pvt. Ltd. Having worked as in-house counsel with Dabhol Power, Enron, Hindustan Unilever, Essar Group, Fiat and others, and then as Managing Partner of a law firm, Suhas has clear understanding of corporate requirements and lawyers predicaments.


Contact :
Ms. Aneeha Neeraja Rajan  
Tel: 022 61200227
Ms. Shruti Rathod 
Tel: 022 61200268


Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 2499 + 18% GST per person
Non-Members  Rs. 2999 + 18% GST per person

Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.




Bank Name

DCB Bank

Branch Address

Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.

Bombay Chamber, "The Ruby", 4th floor, 29, Senapati Bapat Marg (Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (West), Mumbai - 400028


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