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On the backdrop of various corporate governance issues raised recently in India Inc., SES has communicated with various listed companies & shared key issues which had been observed by SES.
SES does not find any serious issues in governance of Infosys, which should attract attention and cause unnecessary damage to reputation. It appears to be a case of smoke without any fire.
Market Capitalisation of Tata Group Companies have taken a beating post October 24, 2016, the day Mr. Mistry was removed as Chairperson of Tata Sons Ltd, the holding company of Tata Group. SES in this report has analysed price behaviour of all the listed companies of Tata group.
Valuation reports, in most of the cases, do not give any insight into valuation but give lots of theory easily found on internet, fairness opinion is replica of valuation report and audit committee is duty bound to agree.
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