Tata group has won Ethical Business award for second the time in a row at Annual Compliance Awards 2015, while Anu Aga, Director of Thermax Social Initiative Foundation was conferred with this year's Compliance Crusader.
The second edition of the Annual Compliance Awards, instituted to recognise and honour compliance and ethics professionals, who excelled in exhibiting the culture of compliance across the organisations, were announced here.
The awards are a culmination of the week-long celebration of Compliance and Ethics Week 2015, organised by Legasis.
Anu Aga, an accomplished expert on corporate governance, was conferred the The Compliance Crusader 2015 award by Adi Godrej Chairman of Godrej Industries.
Ashish Chauhan MD and CEO of Bombay Stock Exchange, Ramesh Sharma ex-IPS officer and former Madhya Pradesh DGP were also present at the occasion.
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