Wednesday, June 25, 2008

S. Chandrasekaran

"The objective of investor protection is to separately show the amount due to them in the balance sheet under the Companies Act. Examples of such amounts are: unclaimed dividend, deposits, and share application money. Schedule VI is not applicable to the banking companies; and the format as provided under the Banking Regulation Act does not have any provision mandating the disclosure of funds due to the investors. With a good number of even public sector banks being listed on the stock exchanges, we need, in the interest of shareholders, an amendment to the format of bank balance sheets requiring the disclosure of investors' funds."

Dr S. Chandrasekaran, Senior Partner, Chandrasekaran Associates, Company Secretaries, Delhi (http://www.cacsindia.com/)
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Qualifications Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) (Madras University)

Bachelor of General Laws (B.G.L.) (Kurukshetra University)


Post Graduate Deiploma inFinancial Management (P.G.D.F.T) (Annamalai University)

Professional Membership Fellow Member (FCS) of Institute of Company Secretaries of India

Associate Member of All India Management Association (AMIMA)

Degree of Doctorate Ph.D awarded by Choudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut
on the thesis


Investors Protection Measure – with special reference to role of SEBI

Other Membership Member – Secretarial Standards Board (SSB) of Institute of Company Secretaries of India for the last four consecutive years (2002 to 2005)

was as Member – Corporate Affairs Committee of PHDCCI


was as Member with various committees of ICSI (Head Office and Northern Regional Office)

Award Awarded the first prize for the article in Chartered Secretary, the journal of the Institute (2003)
Other matters of interest Prolific writer of Articles on subject matter

As speaker on various seminars of the Institute (National and Regional Level), Management Institutes

Work Experience 1975 – 1988 (13 years) Served as Senior Executive in Corporate Sector
1988- till date (2008) (20 years) Practising as Company Secretary