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Companies Act 2013 
Practical Insights on implementation of 
Companies Act 2013 
November – December 2014
Location 
Delhi 
Holiday Inn 
Asset Area 12, Hospitality District, Aero City, 
Near Aero City Metro Station, New Delhi 
Mu...
Four-day course content 
Related-party transactions 
• ►Definition of related parties and how to 
identify them 
• ►Key in...
• ►Componentisation — meaning and 
implementation challenges 
• ►Property, plant and equipment — useful life 
and other ch...
The recently enacted 
Companies Act, 2013 (the Act), 
along with changes in the listing 
agreement marked a historic 
mome...
Ernst & Young LLP 
EY | Assurance | Tax | Transactions | Advisory 
About EY 
EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, tran...
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Companies Act 2013 - India

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Practical Insights on implementation of Companies Act 2013.

Training opportunity, November – December 2014.

Learn more and register here: www.ey.com/ca2013training

The recently enacted Companies Act, 2013 (the Act), along with changes in the listing agreement marked a historic moment and beginning of a new era, which aims to improve transparency and accountability in India’s corporate sector.

The Act outlines various requirements for governance, disclosures and enhanced roles, responsibilities and liabilities of the board, its committees and independent directors.

Based on our experience of assisting several large Indian and multinational companies towards implementation of Companies Act 2013, we have faced several implementation challenges, which we believe are relevant for large number of companies in India.

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  1. 1. Companies Act 2013 Practical Insights on implementation of Companies Act 2013 November – December 2014
  2. 2. Location Delhi Holiday Inn Asset Area 12, Hospitality District, Aero City, Near Aero City Metro Station, New Delhi Mumbai EY premises, Nirlon Knowledge Park Goregaon East, Mumbai Know your trainer Dolphy D’Souza Partner in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Jigar Parikh Partner in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Rajiv Shah Senior professional in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Surinder Jain Senior professional in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Course fee Sandip Khetan Partner in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Rohit Mathur Partner, Advisory Services, EY Varun Dewan Senior professional in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Kartar Sahi Senior professional in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global • ►The fee of INR 26,000 (exclusive of VAT) per attendee includes the training material, lunch and refreshments. • ►Confirmatory mail will be sent once you have registered For registration, kindly connect with: • Priti Bhutani at priti.bhutani@in.ey.com or +91-11-4363 3103 • Silloo Jangalwala at silloo.jangalwala@ in.ey.com at +91-22-6192 2968 • Komal Ahuja at komal.ahuja@in.ey.com or +91-124-671 1749 * Early bird! Register by Monday, 20 October 2014 to avail of 10% discount ► Date and time ►Session I : 22 Nov 2014 Session II : 29 Nov 2014 Session III : 06 Dec 2014 Session IV : 13 Dec 2014 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. To learn more visit : www.ey.com/ca2013training Sardul Seth Partner, Advisory Services, EY Tejas Desai Tax Partner, EY Vivek Aggarwal Partner in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Sumeet Malhotra Associate Director, Advisory Services, EY Abhishek Gupta Partner in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Jignesh Thakkar Partner, Advisory Services, EY Rahul Lovell Partner, Advisory Services, EY Jagdeep Singh Senior professional in a member firm of Ernst & Young Global
  3. 3. Four-day course content Related-party transactions • ►Definition of related parties and how to identify them • ►Key interpretation matters • ►Specified related party transactions • ►How to establish arm’s length and evaluate ordinary course of business? • ►What are disclosure requirements? • ►How do you ensure compliance on an ongoing basis? Internal Financial Control • ►Entity-level controls • ►Process-level controls • ►IT general and application controls • ►How to go about identification of risk and control in each of the processes? • ►Monitoring: meeting expectations of board/ independent directors • ►How to implement an Enterprise Risk Management framework? • ►What is the approach to be followed for compliance with all laws and regulations? • ►Requirements of appointing an internal auditor • ►Other linkages to CARO & SOX Board Governance • ►Board evaluations — tips and methodology • ►What data points are required for such board evaluation process? • ►Additional responsibility of independent directors • ►Role of the nomination and the remuneration committee • ►Role of the audit committee in the changed governance landscape Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) • ►Applicability of CSR • ►CSR and business objectives • ►Coverage of CSR • ►Taxation and CSR spent • ►Implications of non-compliance • ►Practical challenges around CSR
  4. 4. • ►Componentisation — meaning and implementation challenges • ►Property, plant and equipment — useful life and other changes • ►Impact of componentisation on asset replacement accounting • ►Effective way of maintaining Fixed Asset Register • ►Transitional provisions • ►Requirements of preparing consolidated financial statements • ►Practical challenges in preparing first time Consolidated financial statements • ►Stand-alone financial statements of the subsidiaries • ►Foreign subsidiary financial statements • ►Approval of accounts • ►Requirements of whistle blower • ►Materiality and fraud • ►Key considerations for an effective vigil mechanism • ►Penalties for non-compliance Componentisation and other accounting concepts Consolidated Financial Statements Vigil mechanism and fraud reporting Filing requirements • ►New filing requirements • ►Filing responsibilities and due dates • ►Penalties for non-filing Training approach • Interactive classroom discussions • Case studies • Knowledge sharing and discussions of real life examples • Partners representation to share implementation experience
  5. 5. The recently enacted Companies Act, 2013 (the Act), along with changes in the listing agreement marked a historic moment and beginning of a new era, which aims to improve transparency and accountability in India’s corporate sector. The Act outlines various requirements for governance, disclosures and enhanced roles, responsibilities and liabilities of the board, its committees and independent directors. Based on our experience of assisting several large Indian and multinational companies towards implementation of Companies Act 2013, we have faced several implementation challenges, which we believe are relevant for large number of companies in India. Furthermore, limited guidance is available from the regulators towards the implementation aspects of Companies Act 2013. Companies Act 2013 A Landmark Legislation • ►Related party transactions • ►Internal Financial Controls • ►Enterprise risk management • ►Compliance with laws and regulations • ►Board Governance • ►Corporate Social Responsibility • ►Componentisation and other accounting concepts • ►Consolidated Financial Statements • ►Vigil mechanism • ►Loans and borrowings • ►Filing requirements Overview of topics covered To bridge the knowledge gap towards implementation, we have designed a four-day training program, which aims to provide deep insights into several aspects of implementation challenges under the Companies Act 2013. It addresses certain important questions in particular areas such as; • ►How to identify your related parties and all transactions that will come under ”related party transactions”? • ►What approach is to be adopted for componentisation and how should you deal with transition impact around depreciation? • ►What is internal financial control (IFC) and how should one go about assessment and implementation of IFC? • ►What is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and what do you need to do to implement ERM? • ►How do you deal with the requirement of compliance with all laws and regulations? • ►How to look at board evaluation process and what does a company need to do to implement a strong process? • ►What is a vigil mechanism and how do you implement it? • ►What are some of the issues being faced by companies in implementing the CSR framework and how to deal with the same? • ►What are some of the interpretation issues around loans and borrowings?
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