The corporate governance landscape in India is changing. Businesses are being called upon to demonstrate their commitment to providing safe and compliant facilities for staff and service users and to mitigate the debilitating effects of fraud, wrongdoing, corruption and malpractice.
This is every business leader’s responsibility – whistleblowing hotlines can help.
Section 177 of the Companies Act contains a provision making it mandatory for listed companies and some other kinds of company to establish a vigil mechanism for directors and employees to report genuine concerns. A whistleblowing hotline provides just that.
From 1st October 2014 the requirement for a vigil mechanism is also incorporated into the Sebi Corporate Governance Code.
To find out more about our whistleblowing programme you can either click on this link or contact us on:
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