Corporate Accounting Assignment

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CORPRATE ACCOUNTING

ASSINGMENT

By
N.Santhoshni
B.Com(general) 2nd Year

SUN TV NETWORK LIMITED

CONTENTS

 Company’s Profile 4
 Founder Of The Company 5
 Corporate Information 6
 History Of The Company 7
 Approval Of Merger 8
 Subsidiaries 10
 Products And Operations 11
 Financial Information 13
 Notes To Accounts 16
 Shareholding Pattern 22
 Auditors’ Report 23
 Conclusion 30

COMPANY’S PROFILE

SUN TV LIMITED

Type Private
Industry Media, film production, distribution, telecommunication
Founded 1993
Headquarters Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Area served 27 countries including U.S.A, Canada, Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Srilanka, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand
Key people Kalanidhi Maran
Products Sun TV
Dinakaran
Suryan FM
Red FM 93.5
Sun Pictures
Sun Direct DTH
Parent Sun Group
Website Sun TV Network Web site

FOUNDER OF THE COMPANY

Kalanithi Maran
Born 1964
Tamilnadu
India
Occupation Entrepreneur
Known for Founder of Sun Network
Net worth US $ 4 billion (2010)
Spouse Kaveri
Children Kavya

CORPORATE INFORMATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
• Kalanithi Maran-chairman & Managing Director
• Kavery Kalanithi-Joint Managing Director
• S.Selvam-Director
• S.Sridharan-Independent Director
• J.Ravindran- Independent Director
• M.K.Harinarayanan- Independent Director
• Nicholas Martin Paul- Independent Director

SECRETARY:
• R.Ravi-Company Secretary & Compliance Officer

BANKERS:
• City Union Bank,Mandaveli,Chennai.
• Royal Bank Of Scotland,N.V,Chennai.
• Kotak Mahindra Bank,Teynampet, Chennai.
• Standard Chartered Bank,Haddows Road, Chennai.
• KVB, Teynampet, Chennai.
• ICICI Bank, Teynampet, Chennai.
• HDFC

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