"This (Satyam fraud) was confined to only one... I am confidant that our regulatory system has the resilience and the strength to ensure that no such Satyam-like fraud will further take place," he said, while addressing a conference in Mumbai.
Declining to comment on the sale of Satyam Computer Services, Singh said: "I am not familiar with it. There is a board which takes these decisions. They must have done their best. I think the whole world appreciates India."
The government superseded the board of Satyam following the admission of the multi-crore rupee accounting fraud by the founder of the IT company B Ramalinga Raju.
The government-nominated Satyam board on Monday declared Tech Mahindra, a software company promoted by industrial house Mahindra and Mahindra, as the highest bidder to take over a 31 per cent stake in Satyam.
The final decision for sale of the crisis-ridden company will be taken by the Company Law Board (CLB).