Justice Rebello was a former Chief Justice of the High Court of Allahabad. He has also served as the judge of the High Court of Bombay. Justice Rebello has also been a former Member of the Legislative Assembly of Goa, Daman and Diu. In May 2015, he was conferred Doctorate in Law (Ph.d) by Mumbai University.
Compliance programmes should be an enabler to a successful and ethical ecosystem. Compliance professionals should have zero tolerance to noncompliance and should ensure that the statutory and regulatory requirements of the company without compromise. The spirit and culture of compliance should be rooted in the DNA of the organisation, not just a mere checkpoint
Shailesh Haribhakti is the non-executive Chairman at L&T Financial services. He is currently serving as the Chairman of DH Consultants Pvt Ltd and is also the Chairman of BoD for various companies including NSDL e-Governance infrastructure Limited.
Compliance should acquire a status of full digitisation and zero tolerance to any slip ups which should be accomplished by organisational efforts all around. Compliance should also enable risk taking and innovation to take place without fear and with full confidence
Rajesh Bagga was the former President and Group General Counsel at Reliance ADA Group . He has served as the Group General Counsel of Essel Group. Mr. Bagga has also been the former Senior Vice president Human Resources and Legal at Tata Motors
Customer Centricity: This would not only encompass all compliance which is to protect consumers but go beyond in ensuring Customer delight and deal with all grievances of consumers proactively, by reaching out and openly seeking consumer guidance. Regulatory compliance: The regulator seeks to enforce norms for compliance in the interests of the long term health of the market and the consumers. These need to be at the core of any business model that seeks to be a trailblazer. The business must operate, innovate and flourish within the four corners of Law as is in force at all times.
Milind Sarwate is the Founder & CEO at Increate Value Advisor LLP. He also has Independent Non-Executive Directorship & Chairmanship of the audit committees in various companies including Metropolis, Mindtree and Glenmark
The winner of a Legasis compliance award comes across to me as a shining Corporate leader in emerging India. A pillar of the governance mechanism of her/his organisation, she / he contributes tangible value to the business of her / his organisation, through deft and proactive handling of all compliance issues. He / she ensures that the payback potential of compliance costs is achieved fully, while competently playing the responsible corporate citizen role and contributing to both, the economy and the country. In all, one can see the award-winning achievements creating significant value for all stakeholders of the winner’s organisation.