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Director Notes India: The Role of the Nomination Committee in Board Independence and Composition in Indian Companies

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The role and purpose of the nomination committee has evolved significantly in India’s corporate governance landscape over the last two decades. After years of debate, both the Companies Act, 2013 and the listing regulations of the Securities and Exchange Board of India include a mandatory nomination and remuneration committee (NRC) for the appointment of all directors, including independent directors. This Director Note explores the development of the nomination committee concept in India, explains the current legal regime with respect to nomination committees, and discusses the purpose of the nomination role of the NRC.


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