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India: Ambani’s reputation hits a new low

Reliance Adag chairman faces regulatory sanctions; Company’s governance shown to be wanting

Anil Ambani is under pressure to turn around struggling businesses

Anil Ambani is under pressure to turn around struggling businesses

A consent order handed down by India’s capital market regulator requiring two companies within Anil Ambani’s business empire to halt trading in onshore-listed Indian securities until the end of 2012 is more than a humiliating slap in the face for one of India’s most prominent businessmen.

It also marks out (another) new low for one of corporate India’s former stars – the latest in a string of financial mistakes and mis-steps that have eroded, perhaps irreversibly, the 51-year-old’s financial reputation.

When the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) handed down its decision in mid-January an audible groan emanated from Reliance Adag, Ambani’s holding group.

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