The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has filed its interim report on the IL&FS case on December 4, naming several high-profile individuals as respondents.
As many as six high-profile executives, including Vibhav Kapoor, Chief Investment Officer of IL&FS; K Ramchand, Managing Director of IL&FS Transportation Networks; RC Bawa, Managing Director of IL&FS Financial Services; and Rengarajan, Managing Director and CEO of IL&FS Securities Services, have been named in the interim report. A total of 302 group companies have been named as respondents in the case.
At a hearing in the NCLT Mumbai today, MCA noted 39 companies that were listed as part of the group have ceased to be companies of the IL&FS Group. The SFIO is probing how this happened.
The report is based on an ongoing probe by the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO). Read More
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