The instances of Related Party Transactions (RPTs) can cause actual or potential conflict of interest between the company and its shareholders. RPTs are sometimes used as a channel to transfer funds for benefit of certain related persons. Although not all RPTs are illegal, there are certain restrictions and requirements while undertaking RPTs.

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Date of Publication Title Author Link
30th January, 2020 Expanding the web of control over related party transactions Munmi Phukon http://vinodkothari.com/2020/01/expanding-the-web-of-control-over-related-party-transactions/
28th January,

2020

SEBI Proposes Stricter norms for RPTs Vinita Nair http://vinodkothari.com/2020/01/sebi-proposes-stricter-norms-for-rpts/
19th November, 2019 MCA Revisits the existing cap of materiality of related party transactions u/s 188 Munmi Phukon http://vinodkothari.com/2019/11/mca-revisits-the-existing-cap-of-materiality-of-related-party-transactions-u-s-188/
26th April, 2018 Implication of definitional change in related parties – As per the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017 Smriti Wadehra http://vinodkothari.com/2018/04/implication-of-definitional-change-in-related-parties/
22nd September, 2018 YouTube Lecture | Recent Amendments in Indian Stamp Act | Power of 30 Pammy Jaiswal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aPsNYzF6UQ
22nd September, 2018 Presentation on Related Party Transactions Pammy Jaiswal http://vinodkothari.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/RPT-2-1.pdf
September, 2017 Presentation on Related Party Transactions Ameet Roy http://vinodkothari.com/2017/09/presentation-on-related-party-transactionrpts-an-overview/
March, 2017 Presentation On Related Party Transactions Vinod Kothari http://vinodkothari.com/2017/03/presentation-on-related-party-transactions/