‘Discovery’ is a fact-finding process in litigation which occurs after a lawsuit is filed, to encourage exchange of information between both parties involved and help uncover the truth. Prior to the digital age, non-testimonial evidence primarily comprised paper documents, photographs and other physical evidence. With the prolific use of computers across industries, accepting digital evidence … More eDiscovery – the new frontier for evidence in India
Economic growth, regulatory reforms and enhanced investor confidence took the Indian business environment by storm in 2015. Companies steadily turned toward a more effective and ethical way to do business and attempted to tighten the noose on unethical practices. While there has been a gradual shift in mind-set as well as execution, companies need to … More A peek into India Inc.’s forensic outlook 2016
Growth and profitability have been at the crux of the corporate agenda and defined the way businesses function. Companies have nevertheless encountered challenges while trying to achieve these goals, which have inevitably required them to sometimes ‘work around the way of the land’. For instance, it is a common concern that in certain regions or … More Profitability or integrity? Why not both?
In our first segment of EYPerspecTV, Mr. Vinod Rai, former Chairman of United Nations Panel of External Auditors and 11th Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India shares his thoughts on various topics impacting today’s business environment. The first of the three part series of videos, Mr. Rai discusses his views on compliance and whistle-blowing with us.
Real life or virtual – everyone loves a ‘superhero’! The definition may vary – one doesn’t have to be a clichéd masked vigilante battling criminals after dark. All it takes is intent, an ethical mind-set, willingness and action toward a cause for the benefit of the company, or the larger society. But can one person … More Has India Inc. woken up to whistle-blowing?
Gordon Gekko is probably etched in the memory of most people who have seen the cult movie ‘Wall Street’. Even after a decade and a half, many still try and follow the quotable mantra of the iconic stockbroker. But will it work in this time and age? Maybe or maybe not, but it doesn’t stop … More Is fraud winning the race against compliance in India?