‘Whistleblowers’ charges need thorough probe’

InGovern, a proxy advisory firm, has said the whistleblowers’ allegations against Infosys are specific in nature, and the audit committee needs to investigate and give investors the correct picture.

Shriram Subramanian, MD, InGovern, said the last time, there was not much depth to the whistleblower’s complaint. But this time, there are specific complaints. “No two ways about it. It calls for urgent and express action,” he said.

He said if there are accounting irregularities, then the board should take note of it. “Investors expect best practices from Infosys,” he added.