Ever since its inception in 1945, the Mahindra Group has built a strong reputation on the bedrock of ethical business practices and good governance.
Corporate governance is a reflection of the Company’s culture, policies, relationship with stakeholders, commitment to values and ethical business conduct. Creating a company culture of openness is a lot more complex than merely complying with laws and regulations that protect profits and self-interest. At Mahindra, governance is practiced in both, the letter and the spirit of the law. It requires consistent focus on customers and the larger community, and honesty in dealing with these and other stakeholders.
S. Durgashankar, President – Group M&A, Corporate Accounts and Group Secretarial, Member of the Group Executive Board, Mahindra & Mahindra, said, “Governance, ethics, honestly, integrity all of these could be thought of as different words but there is a huge overlap among them. Mahindra’s board brand promise to the consumer includes trust, and value for money,