Corporate Governance

At Quick Heal, rules, practices and processes by which a company is directed and controlled are beyond just being policies. It involves balancing the interests of the many stakeholders within the company such as shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community.

Corporate Governance is a framework for us to attain the company's objectives, encompassing practically every sphere of management, from action plans and internal controls to performance measurement and corporate disclosure amongst others.

Board of Directors

The company is led by a dedicated senior management team with several years of industry experience. Their business acumen combined with extensive knowledge of the security software industry has defined Quick Heal as one of the most trusted IT Security Solutions Company in India and globally.

Board of Directors

Committees of the Board of Directors

Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)

At Quick Heal, we recognize our role and responsibility to deliver sustainable value for our shareholders, customers, channel partners, employees as well as the community in which we operate. With this aim, we are committed to contributing positively towards the social and economic development of the community as a whole, and specifically for the cause of economically challenged groups.

In 2014, Quick Heal Foundation was established to institutionalize and channelize the donation amount in a more systematic manner. The activities of this charitable trust are monitored by a committee of our Board of Directors. The foundation is primarily involved in Community Development, Healthcare and Education.

In April 2015, the Quick Heal Foundation donated a new ambulance vehicle to the Shree Sadguru Vishwanath Maharaj Rukadikar Trust that works to provide emergency medical care to the underprivileged residing in remote locations of the state of Maharashtra. We are also working towards providing basic facilities and infrastructure such as community hall, lavatories and libraries for underprivileged communities. We believe in crime prevention through education and counselling and towards this aim, we organize cyber safety workshops in association with universities for students, parents and teachers as well as legal authorities.

We at Quick Heal will continue to support these initiatives for our community and social wellbeing.

Subsidiaries Information

All the subsidiaries of Quick Heal Technologies Limited are foreign subsidiaries. Our Company has the following four Subsidiaries:

1. Quick Heal Technologies Japan K. K.
2. Quick Heal Technologies Africa Limited
3. Quick Heal Technologies America Inc, and
4. Quick Heal Technologies (MENA) FZE 

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 Company Policies

CSR Policy

Code of Conduct for Sr Management & Directors

Dividend Policy

Insider Trading Policy

Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy

Whistle Blower Policy

Company Code of Conduct

Determination of Material Subsidiary Policy

Preservation of Documents Policy

Related Party Transactions Policy

Materiality of Event or Information Policy

Board Diversity Policy

Nomination and Remuneration Policy

Risk Policy

Vulnerability Disclosure Policy

Familiarization Programme for Independent Directors Purpose and Objective of the Programme

Terms and Conditions of Appointment of Independant Director