Entries by Vinod Kothari Consultants

Introduction to Covered Bonds

Covered Bonds have the potential to disrupt the traditional financing market. This presentation provides a basic understanding of covered bonds. It deals with the concept of covered bonds, the history of origination of the concept, features, and benefits of covered bonds and how they differ from corporate bonds and MBS. Our video on the topic […]

MCA notifies abridged annual return for small companies after 4 years

Carries out corrective changes in MGT Rules By CS Aisha Begum Ansari, Assistant Manager, Vinod Kothari & Company aisha@vinodkothari.com Introduction Four years after proposing amendment in Section 92 (1) of Companies Act, 2013 (‘Act’), Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) notified the amendment in Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017[1] with effect from March 5, 2021. The aforesaid […]

Presentation on Corporate Bonds and Debentures

Our other videos and write-ups may be accessed below: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgzB-ZviIMcuA_1uv6jATbg Other write-up relating to corporate laws: http://vinodkothari.com/category/corporate-laws/ Our  our Book on Law and Practice Relating to Corporate Bonds and Debentures, authored by Ms. Vinita Nair Dedhia, Senior Partner and Mr. Abhirup Ghosh, Partner can be ordered though the below link: https://www.taxmann.com/bookstore/product/6330-law-and-practice-relating-to-debentures-and-corporate-bonds

ESG concerns in corporate governance in India

Sikha Bansal, Partner (sikha@vinodkothari.com) and Payal Agarwal, Executive (payal@vinodkothari.com) Introduction ESG (where, E stands for Environment, S for Society, and G for Governance) is a term that has earned a lot of attention in the recent years. Related terms used are ESG investing, ESG reporting, ESG rating, etc. – all focussing on and circumscribing same […]

Corpus contributions: Whether CSR?

Ajay Kumar K V | Vinod Kothari and Company corplaw@vinodkothari.com Introduction Corporate Social Responsibility (‘CSR’) is a concept whereby an entity integrates its business with the social goals in order to achieve a socio-economic balance. In India, section 135 of Companies Act, 2013 (‘Companies Act’) and the rules made thereunder govern CSR activities to be […]