NEW DELHI: A rise in the number of corporate frauds poses serious challenges to corporate governance laws, Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur said on Friday even as he emphasized that wealth creators need to be respected.
The Minister of State for Corporate Affairs and Finance also said the Government is determined to provide best services to its citizens as well as investors and bring India into the list of world’s top twenty countries in terms of ease of doing business.
“In the present scenario, our economy is witnessing a rise in the number of corporate frauds, which include willful defaulters and is having adverse impact on the capital formation and resulting into draining of capital. It poses serious challenges to corporate governance laws,” Thakur said. (AGENCIES)