RBI’s Mahapatra seeks greater surveillance of corporate governance

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Shri Mahapatra, the executive director at the Reserve Bank of India, on January 21 said the recurring corporate governance crises in both the developed and developing economies suggests "eternal vigilance" must be exercised at all times.

At the Convocation Ceremony of Chetana's Institute of Management & Research in Mumbai, India, Mahapatra said: "Although our banking sector has emerged largely unscathed from the crisis, there is definitely a need to do some introspection as there have been some

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