India Inc’s Corporate Governance Challenge

A special Facebook Live Conversation with Sanjeev Aga, Subroto Bagchi and Sanjoy Bhattacharyya on what it takes to fix India's corporate governance challenge in the context of Tata-Mistry fight

Founding Fuel

The Tata-Mistry boardroom battle is a watershed event in India Inc's history. It has cast the spotlight on the quality of corporate governance in our board managed companies--and sparked off the need for a wider, robust debate around the role of independent directors, the need for higher levels of transparency and fairness and also how to protect the interest of all stakeholders, and many other prickly issues.

Founding Fuel organised a public conversation, in partnership with our partners BOOM Live, around the wider governance lessons from this ongoing, unseemly controversy.

The panelists were:
- Sanjeev Aga, business leader & independent director
- Subroto Bagchi, chairman, Odisha Skill Development Authority
- Sanjoy Bhattacharyya, managing partner, Fortuna Capital 
& the conversation was anchored by Indrajit Gupta, co-founder, Founding Fuel

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Founding Fuel

Founding Fuel aims to create the new playbook of entrepreneurship. Think of us as a hub for entrepreneurs- the go-to place for ideas, insights, practices and wisdom essential to build the enterprise of tomorrow. It is co-founded by veteran journalists Indrajit Gupta and Charles Assisi, along with CS Swaminathan, the former president of Pearson's online learning venture.

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