New regulator and new powers over directors of corporates

For large corporates, including large private companies, ARGA will introduce significant governance obligations. Their directors will, for the first time, be subject to regulatory oversight by ARGA in respect of accounting and audit matters. ARGA will be able to investigate them and impose financial penalties and other sanctions.   

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Jaya Gupta

Jaya Gupta

Partner, Corporate Finance
London

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Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

Partner, Global Investigations
London

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Nichola Peters

Nichola Peters

Partner, Head of Global Investigations/Inquiries
London

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