Satyam, A Wake-up Call: Kotak
Uday Kotak, executive vice-chairman and MD of Kotak Mahindra Bank, says the Satyam fraud is a wake-up call for India Inc.
He said Premji and Narayana Murthy are models of outstanding corporate governance and there are lessons for India Inc. lies in Murthy and Premji models.
Auditors, he said, have to go back to basics and that there s no accountability of legal opinion in. Kotak said there s a mutual back-scratching between third parties.
The government has also rushed an eight-member team to Hyderabad to investigate the accounts of eight subsidiary companies of Satyam Computer Services. Government officials investigating the multi-billion Satyam fraud seized documents from the premises of the company and its record office in Hyderabad.
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