Corporate India works to up its ethics quotient

Multinational and Indian companies team up to improve their compliance practices

Sudipto Dey
Corporate India works to up its ethics quotient

India Inc is out to raise the bar in ethics, integrity and compliances. Last week, a dozen-odd companies joined hands to set up the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA), along with US-based think tank Ethisphere.   The idea is to help companies measure, codify, improve and streamline their compliance programmes and benchmark these with global best practices. The plan is to enable businesses to rate themselves on their ethics and compliance practices.

Also Read

PM Modi's classroom: Bureaucrats told to change work ethics and mindsets

Trump discards transparency, stocks administration with former lobbyists

Good Friday essay: Passion plays and the ethics of spectacular violence

Business environment in India is better but not good: Michael Porter

India@70: Corporate India remains a family-owned enterprise

Tata Sons: When a public company goes private

Brief case: SC criticises Formula One in tax case

Test case for India's proxy advisory firms

Who audits the forensic auditor?

Fight against black money: When the empire strikes back

First Published: Sep 24 2017 | 11:58 PM IST

Explore News

To read the full story, subscribe to BS Premium now, at just Rs 249/ month.

Key stories on are available only to BS Premium subscribers. Already a BS Premium subscriber?LOGIN NOW

Register to