Overcoming risks and fostering an ethical business environment in Bangladesh

The current global environment is ripe with opportunities for developing countries. Bangladesh’s economic scorecard is well-aligned with this trend, as it showcases significant growth in line with other markets especially in the Asia Pacific region. The current Gross Domestic Product of the country stands at 6.8%, and has consistently been above 6% over the last … More Overcoming risks and fostering an ethical business environment in Bangladesh

Prevention better than cure: the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ mantra

“Corruption affects the growth of a nation, reduces the Government’s income and creates inequalities in distribution of income and wealth. It is a major factor hindering development”, was the Indian Prime Minister’s stance on the ongoing ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’. He further went on to elaborate that corruption needs to be treated like a ‘disease’ and … More Prevention better than cure: the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ mantra

EYPerspecTV – Interview with Vinod Rai (Part 3)

In our last segment of EYPerspecTV with Mr. Vinod Rai, former Chairman of United Nations Panel of External Auditors and 11th Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India, we talked about how private companies in India could improve their corporate governance structures and ensure compliance in more than just substance. In the third and final segment of this series, Mr. … More EYPerspecTV – Interview with Vinod Rai (Part 3)

PEs in India – Is it time to reinvent the investment wheel?

The entrepreneurial ecosystem in India is flourishing like never before. Innovative ideas, consumer acceptability and diversity in sunrise sectors are boosting growth. Private equity/ venture capital (PE/ VC) players too are battling to seize the chance, support promising ventures to build a robust portfolio and garner high return on investment. But any path to success … More PEs in India – Is it time to reinvent the investment wheel?