The Companies Act, 2013, along with the Rules (majority provisions), has come into effect from 1 April 2014 and is now being implemented by the Corporates and Professionals. This is landmark legislation having a wide - ranging impact on corporate India and how corporates are run.
Corporate India has evolved and continues to evolve at a fast pace. The pace of growth has led to a proportionate increase in risks and defaults that impact virtues of corporate governance negatively. The Companies Act, 2013, has focused on this aspect and provided for increased liabilities for the company, its directors and its key managerial personnel. These stakeholders have to align their systems and processes to ensure compliance with this new Act. As a part of this alignment, it is essential that the directors be updated on the fast changing legal requirements.
Towards this end S.L.Kirloskar Center For Executive Education (SLKCEE) has organized a two – day residential training programme for the directors of the listed companies. The objective is to provide an opportunity to the directors to get a better understanding of the Act and other applicable laws, the implications and the impact on them.
- Legal Compliance Management; Corporate Governance and the Role of Independent Directors; SEBI Act and Regulations;
- Liability of Directors under Direct and Indirect Taxes; and Liability of Directors under Corporate Laws, FEMA and Labour Laws.