Satyam-Maytas Scam : Revealing Minutes of the crucial December 16,2008 Board Meeting to discuss and approve the acquisition proposal

The Minutes of the Crucial December 16,2008 Meeting of the Board of Directors of Satyam to discuss and approve the Maytas acqusition proposal are now in public domain

Phew ! I read the Twelve pages of the Minutes and can only say this !

NONE IN THE BOARD WAS ABOVE BOARD !

The way the Meeting Progressed from 4 pm and the nature of the various presentations that were made and the Information and explanations given by Top Management and Working Directors…all actually provide answers to some very vital questions that are being raised on

  • Complicity of Ram Mynampati,President and Whole-Time Director who made a presentation on the need to diversify from just being a core IT Company…His contradictory stance and feigning that he was in the Dark can be countered strongly
  • Complicity of Srinivasu Satti,Head (Mergers and Acquisitions) and who made the presentation to explain and justify the Maytas Proposal…He had to know !
  • Complicity of V Srinivasa,CFO…his justifications,information and explanations were taken at face value by the Independent Directors,when some very very basic queries automatically come to the mind when you hear V Srinivasa….I’m sure Independent Directors too would have had such queries race through their mind…why did they fail to voice them ! ?  
  • Dereliction of Duty and Prior Awareness of Maytas Deal by each and every Independent and Non Executive Director…They failed to raise even basic queries on Structuring,Financing,Leveraging and Valuation of the Deal…Queries that they raised were simply too general and they failed to get into specifics,like they should have
  • Controversial Valuation of Maytas Properties by Ernst & Young and the existence of a Non Disclosure Agreement with them

I shall endeavour to blog and justify each point above seperately in the days to come 

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