The Power of the Securities and Exchange Board of India to Remove a Director

In this post, Saket Agarwal discusses the need of the Securities and Exchange Board of India to attain the power of removing a director, which essentially rests under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. He further elaborates upon the clash of powers between SEBI and NCLT, and how this shall create adverse effects for the investors and shareholders at large. Continue reading The Power of the Securities and Exchange Board of India to Remove a Director

Whatsapp Leak Case: A Struggle Between Right & Duty

By: Chitresh Baheti INTRODUCTION Reuters, on 16th November 2017, reported that the quarterly results of 12 giant MNCs[1] were being circulated on WhatsApp groups even before they were declared. This information was being circulated under the title ‘HOS: Heard on Street’.[2] This prompted the Indian security regulator board, SEBI, to carry forward investigations which came to be known as the WhatsApp Leak case.[3] SEBI conducted … Continue reading Whatsapp Leak Case: A Struggle Between Right & Duty