With the FY17 annual reports finally all in, Hong Kong-based brokerage and investment firm CLSA decided to decipher them to bring out some interesting facts about Indian companies. From company with the highest number of employees to the company having the eldest CEO, a lot of things were unearthed by the firm about 76 top Indian companies that together make up for jaw-staggering $1 trillion in market capitalisation.

Here's all that CLSA found out:

Longest Annual Report: With the report running a total of 460 pages, RIL walked with the title of furnishing the longest annual report (exsubsidiary financials).

Lowest CEO Salary: According to CLSA's findings, the Lowest CEO/MD salary is Rs 3m for Corporation Bank, SBI and Bank of Baroda.

Highest Number Of Employees: From what was furnished from the FY17 annual reports, TCS and Coal India are the only listed companies in the country currently boosting of having more than 300,000 permanent employees.

Women Employees: With 34 per cent of the total workforce women, TCS takes away the crown of having the highest number of women employees. Infosys has highest proportion at 36 per cent.

Flexi-job Creation: Listed flexi-job providers - Quess Corp, Team Lease and SIS - together have 0.43m employees, which is higher than any listed company in the South Asian country.

Eldest CEO: IPCA Labs’ CMD Mr Premchand Godha at 70 is the oldest executive head of a listed company in the Indian subcontinent.

Salary Decline: Among the most important Indian companies disclosing their average salary hikes for their employees, M&M was the only one that registered a decline in the financial year that went by.

Biggest Employers: According to CLSA's findings, financials and technology companies together can be credited for employing more than 40 per cent of the workforce in the country.

Disparity in Salary: According to the FY17 reports, the ratio of CEO/MD salaries to that of median employees came out highest for Hero Motocorp at 731x and lowest for PSUs such as SBI at 2.5x.

"GST"-The Buzz Word: The word ‘GST’ was used 351 times by 56 companies in their annual reports. RIL used it the most at 26 times.

Carbon Footprint: Hindustan Unilever's carbon footprint in manufacturing locations saw a decrease of 13 per cent on YoY, while its share of renewable energy increased to 28 per cent.

Longest Annual Report With Subsidiary Accounts: L&T’s annual report with subsidiary financials came out at a jaw-dropping 5,150 pages.

Use of "Demonetisation": The big D word was used by 469 times in annual reports of 61 companies. SBI used it the most at 29 times.

Shortest Annual Report: Coal India kept its reports short and simple at 140 pages and got the honour of having the shortest annual report for FY17.

Highest Earnings Per Employee: HDFC has the highest earnings per employee at Rs 32m.

Women Participation: According to CLSA, in what could be seen as a good thing, the total women participation in the Indian corporate world has gone up to 23 per cent in FY17 from 21.6 per cent in FY16.

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