Given the concentrated nature of shareholding and the overall influence wielded by promoters and promoter group members in Indian listed companies, related party transactions (RPTs) have been a key area of regulatory focus in corporate governance. Following the recommendations of a working group to review the RPT regime for listed companies, SEBI amended the Listing Regulations in late 2021, with most of the amendments coming into force in April of this year. This article analyses the recent amendments to the RPT regime as well as the related clarificatory circulars issued by SEBI in this regard.

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