Directors’ Duties in India

In India, the duties of directors are codified by the Companies Act 2013 (the “Act”).

The director of the company plays a very important role in overseeing activities within the company, in promoting and upholding the company’s values of providing quality products and ensuring the highest levels of customer satisfaction.

As a director, you are therefore expected to give this role the due time, attention and focus that such a responsibility requires, and to exercise your judgement with due care and consideration.

A company director does not necessarily need to manage business activities within the company, i.e. ‘run the business’, nor do those who manage the business necessarily need to fulfil the role of director. However, in order to the fact that you as a director can properly fulfil your duties in overseeing the company’s activities, it is vitally important that you have good visibility and regular access to the right management information.


Latest version updated 22nd March 2018

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