India International Center for Corporate Governance


SOX Act 2002 – An Overview

The Serbians Oxley Act is an important achievement to address the issues related with corporate failures. By passing this act the quality of governance has improved and there by the investors confidence has been restored to a great extend. The provisions of this act prohibit non- audit…

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What Is Six Sigma And Why All Corporates Need It?

Six Sigma is an effective, sought after management strategy, usually applied by large and successful companies that improve the quality of processes by identifying errors in the system or flow of work. Simply put, improving the company’s process + eliminating errors = higher quality and cost savings.

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Is Corporate Governance Really Working?

Corporate Governance is not a new concept, but how well corporate governance works in practice to help businesses create value is a different matter.
In February ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), the global accountancy body, launched a detailed consultation paper ‘Creating value through governance – towards…

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Corporate Governance and Insider Trading – Indian Scenario

The stock exchanges are the key financial institutions which plays very important role in the course of issue and sale of various types of securities. It is continuously engaged in the capital mobilisation process. It provides opportunity to the fund user for the continuous trading in securities….

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