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

ICAI is dead. How a ministry report put the final nail in the coffin.

The chartered accountants’ institute is all set to cede its ground to the National Financial Reporting Authority on regulatory matters of the audit profession. It may also have to give up other administrative powers and get reduced to just a coaching institute.

22 Nov 20180 comment

The presence of elite IAS officers is writ large upon troubled IL&FS

ET Prime’s research found nearly four dozen former and serving IAS officers on IL&FS group companies in the recent past. The question some are asking is, how did a company that housed some of the country’s finest administrative talent end up in such a shambles?

16 Oct 20180 comment
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