Globalization has not only significantly heightened business risks, but has also compelled Indian companies to adopt international norms of transparency and good governance. Business today is no longer just about the bottom line. A company is now more than the sum of its quantifiable parts: without a deeply ingrained set of core values and a humanistic outlook, a strong balance sheet alone does not guarantee a company’s success. At Century Real Estate, our governance policy recognizes the challenge of this new business reality in India.
Although we are a privately held Company, good governance underpins our every action and decision. Because we understand the value of the long-term view, and our solid history goes to proves this. Rather than settling for instant gains at any cost, we foster an atmosphere of credibility, trust and transparency. It is no great achievement to merely comply with the letter of the law; by going further than the mandatory and embracing the voluntary, we strive to create genuine wealth. While this value generation may begin in the workplace, it extends to all our stakeholders. By investing the Company with a social conscience, our customers, employees, investors and partners all benefit from increased accountability, a sense of fair play and commitment to the larger community.