otwithstanding anything contained in this Chapter, a company may, while according its approval under section 196, to any appointment or to any under section 197 in respect of cases where the company has inadequate or no profits, fix the remuneration within the limits specified in this Act, at such amount or percentage of profits of the company, as it may deem fit and while fixing the remuneration, the company shall have regard to—(a) the financial position of the company;
(b) the remuneration or commission drawn by the individual concerned in any other capacity;
(c) the remuneration or commission drawn by him from any other company;
(d) professional qualifications and experience of the individual concerned;
13.1.6-Companies (Appointment and Remuneration of Managerial Personnel) Rules,2014
(1) the Financial and operating performance of the company during the three preceding financial years.
(2) the relationship between remuneration and performance.
(3) the principle of proportionality of remuneration within the company, ideally by a rating methodology which compares the remuneration of directors to that of other directors on the board who receives remuneration and employees or executives of the company.
(4) whether remuneration policy for directors differs from remuneration policy for other employees and if so, an explanation for the difference.
(5) the securities held by the director, including options and details of the shares pledged as at the end of the preceding financial year.
Commencement Notification dated 12th September 2018
Enforcement Notification S.O. 902(E) dated 26/03/2014
The Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017 (Effective from 03.01.2018)