Regulatory Disclosures

Financial Results (FY 2018-19)

The financial results for the year ended 31st March, 2019 and the corresponding figures for the last year are as under: -
(In ₹)
Particulars 2018-19 2017-18
Revenue from operations 2,11,67,249 1,74,48,491
Other Income 9,07,121 6,96,453
Total Revenue 2,20,74,370 1,81,44,944
Total Expenses 1,66,62,354 1,36,73,191
Profit / Loss before Tax 54,12,016 44,71,753
Tax Expenses:
Current Tax 16,20,847 13,22,045
Deferred Tax 42,265 (2,00,286)
MAT Credit entitlement - -
Profit/ Loss after Tax 37,48,904 33,49,994

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Shareholding Pattern

The shareholding pattern of the Company as on 1st April, 2019 is as follows:

S. No Name of the shareholder Percentage of shareholding
1. Mr. Jitendranath Gupta 47.37%
2. Mrs. Rekha Gupta 52.63%

Note: Names of only first holder is disclosed above.

Mr. Jitendranath Gupta and Mrs. Rekha Gupta are related to each other.

Business Revenue Model

Proxy Advisory Services

  • SES provides case-by-case analysis of governance issues to enable its clients to vote in a manner that minimizes investment risks and enhances returns.
  • SES services allow investors to understand inherent Corporate Governance risks in their investments and to take informed voting action.

Research Reports

  • SES also publishes various Topical Research Reports from time to time.

E-Ballot Box

  • An online voting platform, allowing investors to vote from anywhere in the world
  • It provides an end to end proxy solution to investors – from accessing proxy reports and voting advice to recording votes and generating customized MIS reports.
  • Access annual reports, notices and outcomes of meetings, view SES’ voting recommendations, access SES’ governance scores and research reports and connect with SES’ analyst team.

Corporate Governance Score & ESG Scores

  • SES uses its multivariate Corporate Governance Scoring and ESG model to evaluate and score.
  • SES scores assist investors and lenders in assessing governance of the Company and enable them to incorporate governance risk factor in decision making process.

During FY 2018-19, the revenue contribution from the above stated services formed the following proportion:

Service Based Revenue Distribution

Cliental Based Revenue Distribution

SES also serves more than 40 clients ranging from Mutual Fund Houses, Banks, Insurance Companies, Foreign Institutional Investors, etc. During FY 2018-19, the revenue earned from clients can be categorised as follows:


During FY 2018-19, ITC Ltd has filed a defamation case against the Company for a claim amounting to ₹ 1,000 crores in connection with Proxy Advisory Report published by the Company. The Company is pursuing the case and does not expect any material liability on this account.

Conflict of Interest

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None of the director or employees of the Company have any pecuniary relationship with any listed companies nor do they have any material association in or material shareholdings of any listed company.

SES has become a shareholder in various Listed Companies with a sole objective of obtaining timely Shareholders’ communications from the Company. Please click here to view the list of such companies along with shareholding.

Mr. J N Gupta owns shares of ABC Bearings, Antarctica, Assam Company, BAG Films and Media, BASF, Benares Hotels, Biocon, BPCL, Cable Corporation of India, Cubex Tubings, Datamatics Global Services, Dredging Corporation of India, Eveready Industries India, GAIL, GE Shipping, Givo, Globsyn Infotech, Great Offshore, Gujarat State Petronet, GV Films, HDFC Bank, Hind Oil Exploration, Hindustan Zinc, Hindalco, Hotel Leela Ventures, HPCL, Idea Cellular, IDFC, IFCI, India Steel Rolling Mills, Indian Hotels, INOX Leisure, IOCL, IVP, Jaiprakash Associates, Jaiprakash Power Ventures, JK Sugars, Kamat Hotels, Karuturi Global, Maruti Suzuki, Morgan Stanley, MRPL, MTNL, Murudeshwar Ceramics, NHPC, Noida Toll Bridge Company, NTPC, ONGC, Oriental Hotels, Patel Integrated Logistics, Petron Engineering Construction, Petronet LNG, Pricol, PTC India, Rama Petrochemicals, Reliance Capital, Reliance Industries, Reliance Communication, Reliance Infrastructure, Reliance Natural Resources, Reliance Power, RPG Transmission, Sabero Organics, Sakthi Sugars, Savera Industries, Sayaji Hotels, SBI, SKF India, Southern Online Bio Technologies, Suzlon Energy, Tata Chemicals, Tata Global Beverages, Tata Power, TCS, Ultramarine and Pigments, Union Bank of India, Universal Cables, UP Hotels, Usha Martin, Vikas Granaries, Vikas WSP, Vindhya Telelink, Zicom Security Systems.

Mr. Devendra Bhandari, in his own name or jointly with his wife owns shares of ABB India Ltd, Aditya Birla Capital Ltd., Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd, Century Textiles and Industries Ltd, Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd, Coal India Ltd, Essar Steel India Ltd, Futura Polyesters Ltd, General Insurance Corporation, Grasim Industries Ltd, GSFC Ltd, HDFC Bank Ltd, Hindalco Industries Ltd, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd, IDFC Bank Ltd, IDFC Ltd, Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd, Infosys Ltd, Kridhan Infra Ltd., Larsen & Toubro Ltd, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd, Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd, NBCC (India) Ltd., Nestle Ltd, Nijjer Agro Foods Ltd, Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd, PC Jeweller Ltd., Petronet LNG Ltd, Power Finance Corporation Ltd, PTC India Ltd, Reliance Industries Ltd, Sintex Industries Ltd, Sintex Plastic Technology Ltd, State Bank of India, Suzlon Energy Ltd, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, Tata Motors Ltd (DVR), Tata Steel Ltd, Ultratech Cement Ltd, Vedanta Ltd, Vodafone Idea Cellular Ltd, Yes Bank Ltd, Modulex Construction Technologies Ltd.