- Allegations on CEO Salil Parekh- visit the US every month to maintain green card status
- The complainant had said - Parekh visited the US several times but did not visit the office or the client
Infosys Share Price | Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) On Infosys Over Whistleblower Complaints Against top officers
BSE seeks a response from the company on a new complaint report against Infosys / CEO.
Allegations on CEO Salil Parekh- visit the US every month to maintain green card status
The complainant had said - Parekh visited the US several times but did not visit the office or the client
Bengaluru The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Wednesday sought clarification from the company over the report of a whistleblower complaint against Infosys CEO Salil Parekh. According to the news agency, the whistleblower alleged that Parekh goes to the US every month to maintain his green cardholder status.
The complainant said that Parekh visited the US several times, but did not visit the company's office or any client. So what was the purpose of his visits? This is proof of their lies. The whistleblower wrote a letter to Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani and board directors complaining against Parekh. The complainant claimed to be an employee of the finance department of Infosys but did not name.
Earlier on 20 September, some employees accused Parekh and CFO Nilanjan Roy of using unethical methods to increase profits. Last month, Infosys confirmed the complaint and said that an investigation was being done. However, it said last week that no evidence had yet been found in support of the whistleblower allegations. On completion of the investigation, the key facts will be revealed.