The Director’s Handbook

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By Milind Kasodekar, Shilpa Dixit, Amogh Diwan

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In India, the Companies are managed by the directors who are collectively called as “the Board of Directors”. The concept of Corporate Governance has brought drastic changes in the composition of Board of Directors, which has introduced few new categories of directors such as Independent Directors, Woman Directors, Resident Directors etc.

This book covers a detailed discussion on duties of directors to aid the readers in understanding the nitty-gritties of all the relevant provisions of the Companies Act, 2013, SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 and Secretarial Standards in a simple and easy to refer format. The intention is to provide an idea about the provisions and responsibilities of the persons who are working in the capacity of directors as well as who are proposed to get appointed as such.

It is divided into various chapters providing an exhaustive write up on various provisions relating to directors starting from the eligibility of a person to get appointed as a director in the company till the liabilities of a person as a director under the liquidation and winding up of a company.

Key Features :

  • Comprehensive coverage of provisions of the Companies Act, 2013, SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 and Revised Secretarial Standards impacting the directors.
  • Analysis of the elementary provisions of law relating to directors.
  • Novel provisions relating to Independent Directors, Woman directors, Resident directors, CSR etc.
    Comprehensive list of offences, punishments and legal recourse available to the directors.
  • Checklists and important points at relevant places to provide a quick guidance of the provisions.
  • Covers the provisions and impact of the revised Secretarial Standards on Meetings of the Board of Directors (SS1) Issued by ICSI, to be effective from 1 October 2017.