Mandeep & Associates
Chartered Accountants

Corporate Governance Services

Corporate governance refers to a combination of laws, regulations, procedures, implicit rules and voluntary practices which help companies to  perform efficiently and maximize long term value for shareholders and at the same time looking after the interests of other stakeholders like buyers, government, society at large etc. Lenders whether national or international, also look for them for taking exposure in any corporate. It is a function of  transparency and fairness in operations and  making proper disclosures .

 

Company as a  business organization has become popular over the years.  With the growth in size of these corporates, governance has become all the more important. SEBI and listing agreements of various stock exchanges require that the requirements of corporate governance are duly complied with. 

     

  Our services include  :  

 

  • Periodic monitoring through internal audit
  • Independent audit
  • Independent verification
  • Effective Supervision
  • Accountability
  • Sufficient number of Independent directors on the Board.
  • Formation of an independent audit committee for the board
  • Adequate disclosure and transparency in reports
  • Participation in board meetings.

 


Notifications/Circulars

31/03/2020
‘Fully Accessible Route’ for Investment by Non-residents in Government Securities - (specified securities)
‘Fully Accessible Route’ for Investment by Non-residents in Government Securities
Investment by Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI): Investment limits
Special Clearing Operations on March 31, 2020 - RBI
Amalgamation of Public Sector Banks - Assignment of SLBC/ UTLBC Convenorship and Lead Bank responsibilities
30/03/2020
Notification for increasing threshold of default under section 4 of IBC,2016
Contribution to PM CARES Fund shall qualify as CSR expenditure - MCA
29/03/2020
Branches of Allahabad Bank to operate as branches of Indian Bank from April 1, 2020
Branches of Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank to operate as branches of Union Bank of India from April 1, 2020
Branches of Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India to operate as branches of Punjab National Bank from April 1, 2020
Branches of Syndicate Bank to operate as branches of Canara Bank from April 1, 2020
Guidelines for Licensing of Small Finance Banks in Private Sector - RBI
27/03/2020
Annual Closing of Government Accounts – Transactions of Central / State Governments – Special Measures for the Current Financial Year
Risk Management and Inter-bank Dealings- Participation of Banks in Offshore Non-deliverable Rupee Derivative Markets
Change in Daily Minimum Cash Reserve Maintenance Requirement
Maintenance of Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR)
Change in Bank Rate
Maintenance of Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) – Marginal Standing Facility (MSF)
Basel III Capital Regulations- Review of transitional arrangements
Basel III Framework on Liquidity Standards – Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR)
COVID-19 – Regulatory Package by RBI
Legal Entity Identifier: Extension of deadline
Standing Liquidity Facility for Primary Dealers
Marginal Standing Facility
Liquidity Adjustment Facility – Repo and Reverse Repo Rates
26/03/2020
Extension of Statutory Audit of Annual Accounts of Public Sector Banks
Deferment of applicability of CARO 2020 to FY 2020-21
Special Measures under Companies Act, 2013 and Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 in view of COVID-19 outbreak