Talking about the recent whistleblower complaints that alleged that attempts were made by Infosys CEO and CFO to not recognise the reversal of $50 million on FDR contracts to avoid a reduction in profits, chairman Nandan Nilekani said that "even God cannot change the numbers of this company" as "the company has very strong processes".
"I think Infosys has very strong processes, even God cannot change the numbers of this company... we have an outstanding finance team, people of the highest integrity and they are feeling insulted by these accusations," said Nilekani.
Nilekani, however, said that he was awaiting the investigation report to see what exactly comes out of the probe.
He said the company reacted responsibly with respect to the recent whistleblower complaints. He added that the firm is committed to defining and following the highest governance standards.
“Our whistleblower policy which is grounded in the values of our corporate governance practices has been in place for over 15 years. This policy is intended to help and ensure that the company maintains a workplace that adheres to the highest ethical standards," said Nilekani.
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