Policy for Determination of Materiality of Events and Information


In compliance with Regulation 30 of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 read with Circular No. CIR/CFD/CMD/4/2015 dated September 9, 2015 issued by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (the “Listing Regulations”), this policy for Determination of Materiality of Events And Information (the “Policy”) provides a framework for determining materiality of events and information for the purpose of making disclosure to the Stock Exchanges. This policy aims to ensure timely and adequate disclosure of all material and price sensitive information to the Stock Exchanges.


The material events and information to be disclosed to the Stock Exchanges are broadly divided into the following categories:

  1. Events and information specified in Para A of Part A of Schedule III of the Listing Regulations (“Para A”) including any amendment thereto, required to be mandatorily disclos.
    1. Outcome of the Board meetings held to consider the recommendation / declaration of dividend, buyback of securities, fund raising, increase in capital by issue of bonus shares, reissue of forfeited shares or securities, financial results, voluntary delisting, etc.
    2. Amalgamation/merger/demerger/restructuring
    3. Issuance or forfeiture of securities, split or consolidation of shares, etc.
    4. Revision in Rating(s)
    5. Shareholders’ Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements, Family Settlement Agreements (to the extent it impacts the management and control of the Company)
    6. Fraud/defaults by Promoters or Key Managerial Personnel or the Company
    7. Change in Directors/Key Managerial Personnel/Auditors
    8. Appointment or discontinuation of share transfer agent
    9. Resignation of the auditor of the Company with detailed reasons for resignation of auditor, as given by the said auditor.
    10. Resignation of Independent Director with the following disclosures:
      1. Detailed reasons for the resignation of Independent Directors as given by the said Director.
      2. The Independent Director shall, along with the detailed reasons, also provide a confirmation that there is no other material reasons other than those provided.
      3. The confirmation as provided by the Independent Director above shall also be disclosed by the Company to the stock exchanges along with the detailed reasons as specified in sub-clause (i) above.
    11. Corporate debt restructuring
    12. One time settlement with a bank.
    13. Reference to BIFR and winding-up petition
    14. Issuance of Notices/other documents to shareholders/creditors
    15. Proceedings of general meetings
    16. Amendments to Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company
    17. Schedule of Analyst/investor meet and presentation on financial results to analysts/institutional investors
    18. The following events in relation to the corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) of a listed corporate debtor under the Insolvency Code:
      1. Filing of application by the corporate applicant for initiation of CIRP, also specifying the amount of default;
      2. Filing of application by financial creditors for initiation of CIRP against the corporate debtor, also specifying the amount of default;
      3. Admission of application by the Tribunal, along with amount of default or rejection or withdrawal, as applicable;
      4. Public announcement made pursuant to order passed by the Tribunal under section 13 of Insolvency Code;
      5. List of creditors as required to be displayed by the corporate debtor under regulation 13(2)(c) of the IBBI (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016;
      6. Appointment/ Replacement of the Resolution Professional;
      7. Prior or post-facto intimation of the meetings of Committee of Creditors;
      8. Brief particulars of invitation of resolution plans under section 25(2)(h) of Insolvency Code in the Form specified under regulation 36A(5) of the IBBI (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016;
      9. Number of resolution plans received by Resolution Professional;
      10. Filing of resolution plan with the Tribunal;
      11. Approval of resolution plan by the Tribunal or rejection, if applicable;
      12. Salient features, not involving commercial secrets, of the resolution plan approved by the Tribunal, in such form as may be specified;
      13. Any other material information not involving commercial secrets.
    19. Initiation of Forensic audit: In case of initiation of forensic audit, (by whatever name called), the following disclosures shall be made to the stock exchanges by the Company:
      1. The fact of initiation of forensic audit along-with name of entity initiating the audit and reasons for the same, if available;
      2. Final forensic audit report (other than for forensic audit initiated by regulatory / enforcement agencies) on receipt by the Company along with comments of the management, if any.
  2. Events and information as specified in Para B of Part A of Schedule III of the Listing Regulations (“Para B”) including any amendement thereto, required to be disclosed to the Stock Exchanges if they are material. Materiality of the events shall be decided by applying the Test of Materiality explained in paragraph 3 of the Policy. These events are mentioned below in brief:
    1. Commencement/postponement of commercial production or commercial operations of any unit/division
    2. Change in the general character/nature of business
    3. Capacity addition or product launch
    4. Awarding, receiving contracts and amendment or termination of contracts not in the normal course of business
    5. Loan agreements and any other agreement not in the normal course of business
    6. Disruption of operations of any unit/division due to natural calamity
    7. Effect(s) arising out of change in the regulatory framework
    8. Litigation(s) / dispute(s) / regulatory action(s) with impact
    9. Fraud/defaults by Directors/Employees
    10. ESOP/ESPS Scheme
    11. Giving guarantees/indemnity or becoming surety for any third party
    12. Grant/surrender of key licenses or regulatory approvals
  3. Any other information or event viz. major development that is likely to affect the business, e.g. emergence of new technologies, expiry of patents, any change of accounting policy that may have a significant impact on the accounts, etc. and brief details thereof and any other information exclusively known to the Company which may be necessary to enable the security holders of the Company to appraise its position and to avoid establishment of a false market in such securities.
  4. Without prejudice to the generality of paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) above, any other event or information as may be specified by the Board of Directors from time to time.


The Company shall consider the following criteria for determining materiality of events and information mentioned at paragraph 2(b) above (the “Test of Materiality of Events and Information”):

  1. the omission of an event or information which is likely to result in discontinuity or alteration of event or information already available publicly; or
  2. the omission of an event or information is likely to result in significant market reaction if the said omission came to light at a later date;
  3. Events and information, where the criteria specified in (a) and (b) above are not applicable, shall be considered material for the purpose of disclosure to the stock exchanges where the impact of such event or information is more than 10% of the revenue, Earnings before Interest, Taxes and Depreciation (EBITDA) or capital employed, as applicable. These threshold limits shall be determined on the basis of audited consolidated financial statements of the Company for the preceding financial year.


  1. The occurrence of an event or information shall differ on a case to case basis and would depend on the stage of discussion, negotiation or approval. For example, events like issue of Rights Shares can be said to have occurred on approval of the Board of Directors. Events like declaration of dividend would be deemed to have occurred when the dividend is approved by the Board of Directors and the shareholders. However, considering the price sensitivity involved in events like declaration of dividends, etc., disclosure shall be made on receipt of approval of the Board of Directors, pending Shareholders’ approval.
  2. For events and information like natural calamities or disruptions, etc. which do not involve any discussion or approval, the date of occurrence would be the date when the Company becomes aware of such events or information or as soon as the officer of the Company has or ought to have reasonably come into possession of such information in the course of performance of his duties.
    The term ‘officer’ includes any Director, Manager or Key Managerial Personnel or any person in accordance with whose directions or instructions the Board of Directors or any one or more Directors is or are accustomed to act and shall also include the promoters of the Company


CEO and Managing Director shall be authorized to decide on the materiality of events and information for the purpose of making disclosure to the Stock Exchanges. CEO and Managing Director shall also decide upon the requirement to respond to any queries raised or requests made by the Stock Exchanges in respect of matters covered under Regulation 30 of the Listing Regulations.


The Chief Financial Officer and the Company Secretary are severally authorized for timely disclosure of information as decided by CEO and Managing Director under Regulation 30 of the Listing Regulations.


  1. The disclosures in respect of events and information specified at paragraph 2(a)(i) above and detailed in Para A shall be made within 30 minutes of the conclusion of the Board meeting in which the respective event or information is approved.
  2. The events and information other than those specified in (i) above shall be disclosed to the Stock Exchanges as soon as reasonably possible but not later than twenty four hours from the occurrence of event or information. In case the disclosure is made after 24 hours of occurrence of the event or information, the Company shall provide explanation for the delay along with the disclosure.
  3. The Company shall disclose all further material developments with respect to the disclosures referred to in this Policy on a regular basis, till the event is resolved/closed, with relevant explanations.
  4. The Company shall also disclose all events and information with respect to its subsidiaries which are material for the Company.
  5. Events and information which have been disclosed to the Stock Exchanges under this Policy shall be placed on the website of the Company and shall be hosted on the website for a minimum period of five years. On expiry of the period of five years, such disclosures shall be dealt with in accordance with the Archival Policy of the Company.


This Policy shall be disclosed on the Company’s website https://www.jubilantingrevia.com/.


The Board may amend, abrogate, modify or revise any or all clauses of this Policy in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Listing Regulations and amendment(s) thereto notified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India and/or the Stock Exchanges, from time to time. However, amendments in the Listing Regulations shall be binding even if not incorporated in this Policy.


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