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  • LIC board approves acquiring majority stake in IDBI Bank

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  • LIC gets board nod to raise its stake in IDBI Bank to 51%

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  • Tata Sons had nothing to do with Rs 22 crore AirAsia fraud: NCLT

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Latest Research Reports View More

Share Pledging and Empty Voting


The Report analyses pledging of shares, by promoters and non-promoter’s shareholders of Indian listed companies, with an objective to draw meaningful conclusions from the available data and correlate the data to support the hypothesis that pledging might lead to Empty Voting.

Fortis Healthcare: Scheme Withdrawal by Board A ‘Deemed Demerger’?


Supremacy of the shareholders is one of the basic features of the Corporate Democracy...

NPA accounts - Unallocated Contingent Liabilities Are these a Potential landmine?


Presently the disclosure on contingent liabilities associated with NPA accounts do not form part of disclosure requirement for the Banks and are not disclosed in the public domain.

FHL: Governance and Transparency in ICU


SES is of the view that both governance and transparency have suffered a lot in FHL and need immediate action...

Latest Proxy Advisory Reports

Name Date Type
Dr Lal Pathlabs 13-08-2018 AGM
M & M 07-08-2018 AGM
Titan Company 03-08-2018 AGM
Shanthi Gears 02-08-2018 AGM
Mahindra Logis. 02-08-2018 AGM
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