A deeper look at what it means to lead an organization as both a CEO and Board member, and the critical individual components these leaders must possess to effectively govern.
The ICICI Bank Videocon loan fiasco is yet another big one.
Investigative agencies are keeping themselves busy, the media and all other interested parties are also busy guessing what is behind this deal and if indeed Chanda Kochhar and her husband Deepak Kochhar are behind the supposed Rs3250 crores ($473 Million approximately) Videocon largesse. Now that’s a big enough amount. The truth should be should be out and the facts laid out on the table.
If indeed, Messers Kochhar have their hands dirty, the law should take its own course and deal with them accordingly. Nobody in their stable mind will ask for consideration to condone the guilty. L’affaire ICICI is an interesting one, a grave one and hence the high decibel speculations around the facts, which still no one knows fully — or very few know of the truth, as of now. If things are black or white, then what is there to speculate? But this article is not about ICICI bank or the supposed fraud. It is about the grey zone, the role of governance boards, the role of management, the role of CEOs, the interplay play of perception versus facts and the wanton lust for blood.
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