CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

At Arihant, we believe that good corporate governance is the foundation upon which success is built.

We are committed to building a better investment firm which takes care of the interest of client first and on this foundation we drive our long term growth and profitability.

This section will take you through our corporate governance policies.

Corporate Governance Highlights

Letter from the Chairman

BSE Code 511605
BSE Scrip ID ARIHCAPM
Bloomberg ACM@IN
Reuters ARCM.BO


Board of Directors

Ashok Kumar Jain

  • Chairman & Managing Director
  • Member of Stakeholders relationship Committee
  • Chairman of Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

Anita Surendra Gandhi

  • Whole Time Director

Sunil Kumar Jain

  • Non- Executive Director
  • Member of Audit Committee
  • Member of Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  • Member of Stakeholders Relationship Committee
  • Member of Corporate Social Responsibility

Mr. Ashish Maheshwari

  • Non Executive Independent Director
  • Member of Audit Committee
  • Member of Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  • Member of Corporate Social Responsibility

Akhilesh Rathi

  • Non- Executive Independent Director
  • Chairman of Audit Committee
  • Chairman of Nomination and remuneration Committee
  • Chairman of Stakeholders Relationship Committee
  • Member of Corporate Social Responsibility

Paragbhai Rameshbhai Shah

  • Non Executive Independent Director
  • Member of Audit Committee
  • Member of Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  • Member of Stakeholders Relationship Committee

Policies and Principles

Every employee and non-employee director of Arihant is required to understand, agree and adhere to the company's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics. Our integrity and reputation rests on our ability to do the right thing, even when it may not be the easy thing to do. Code of conduct is a collection of rules and policy statements intended to assist the management in making decisions about their conduct in relation to the firm's business.

In conformity with the applicable rules of the Stock Exchange where our shares are listed, the Company has adopted its Code of Conduct for Board of Directors and Senior Management which is sincerely adhered to by them. Apart from this, we have also developed a code for our employees so as to make our workplace a safe and sound environment to work in.

The Code of conduct is based on our fundamental belief that no one at Arihant should ever sacrifice integrity - or even give the impression that they have - even if they think it would help the firm's business. The purpose of the Code is to deter wrongdoing and promote ethical conduct. The matters covered in this Code are of utmost importance to the Company, our shareholders and our business partners.

Managers have a special responsibility to ensure that employees under their supervision understand and comply with the Code and other relevant policies, through example and communication.

Note: Because the Code does not address every possible situation that may arise, the management has to exercise good judgment, apply ethical principles, and raise questions when in doubt. The integrity and good judgment of our people would enhance the Arihant brand, build reputation in the communities in which we operate, and serve as the foundation of trust for our client and community relationships.