N Sundaresha Subramanian

N Sundaresha Subramanian

1 Editor - Corporate and Regulatory Affairs ET Prime

I left a heady newspaper job enamoured by the promises of ET Prime - a young and engaging format with immense growth potential mounted on the medium of tomorrow. I began journalism as part of the team that launched the Mumbai edition of Hindustan Times, over a dozen years ago. I have since worked with the Economic Times, DNA Money, and Mint covering investments and stock markets. As a special writer at Business Standard, where I spent nearly seven years before moving here, apart from the above core areas I got the opportunity to tell many interesting stories in the areas of financial markets, regulation, corporate governance, corporate wrongdoing, and the intersection of politics and business.

Twitter: @sundarbandar | Email: sundaresha.s@timesinternet.in

I left a heady newspaper job enamoured by the promises of ET Prime - a young and engaging format with immense growth potential mounted on the medium of tomorrow. I began journalism as part of the team that launched the Mumbai edition of Hindustan Times, over a dozen years ago. I have since worked with the Economic Times, DNA Money, and Mint covering investments and stock markets. As a special writer at Business Standard, where I spent nearly seven years before moving here, apart from the above core areas I got the opportunity to tell many interesting stories in the areas of financial markets, regulation, corporate governance, corporate wrongdoing, and the intersection of politics and business.

Twitter: @sundarbandar | Email: sundaresha.s@timesinternet.in

PNB AGM: the bank that can't seem to follow the rules

The Punjab National Bank’s annual general meeting today is taking place more than a month after the last date mandated by law. It exposes glaring lapses in following statutory provisions and communication to shareholders, and a casual approach to governance in banks.

18 Sep 20180 comment

The complicated relationship of Sterlite and Thoothukudi

Sterlite Copper’s economic and environmental impact on Tamil Nadu in general and Thoothukudi in particular has created a divide within the people, some who benefited and others who feel they were betrayed. The company probably still doesn’t understand that in environmental issues, the rational is intertwined with the emotional.

23 Aug 20180 comment

The Sterlite saga: from orange clouds to red flags

Sterlite’s Thoothukudi copper plant used to account for 40% of India’s copper production. It is now shut. ET Prime’s reportage reveals the cause: strange company manoeuvres, a fusion of myriad protest groups, and the government’s inability to see the coming storm.

21 Aug 20180 comment
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