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  • Rs. 11,400 crore PNB fraud a case of systemic failure, say experts

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Fortis Healthcare Ltd. - Personal Fiefdom of Promoters

12-02-2018

SES after reading the reports and reading company’s clarification and digging past disclosure is of the view that if not 100%, the allegations appears to be partly true...

Flip side of Shareholders’ Activism

25-10-2017

The Infosys saga is a perfect case of mistaking eminence with the truth...

Listed PSUs – Governance Gaps

13-10-2017

SES is of the opinion that there cannot be two set of laws. One for PSUs and other for all other companies. PSUs cannot be treated with kid gloves...

Auditors’ Appointment: Is the law complicated or is it a case of “who cares about the law”?

07-10-2017

SES has observed that the many companies have misinterpreted the provisions of the law related to appointment of Auditors.

Latest Proxy Advisory Reports

Name Date Type
Kesoram Inds. 12-03-2018 PB
Sintex Plastics 10-03-2018 PB
Bajaj Fin. 09-03-2018 PB
LIC Housing Fin. 09-03-2018 PB
Vijaya Bank 09-03-2018 EGM
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