ROC Full form and how to comply with ROC under companies act

About ROC full form ROC full form or Registrar of Companies manages the direction and administers the working of various companies registered under the Companies Act,1956 and the Companies Act, 2013. The ROC has an obligation to ensure that the companies are properly enrolled and the records & data entered are precise and accurate. The [...]

2019-04-18T13:36:16+00:00Uncategorized|

Non-disclosure Agreement in india

Meaning of Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA) A legal contract that specifies the information and details to continue to be private and detailed. Moreover introduces the restrictions and limitations for a declaration to 3rd parties are called as NDA. A Non-disclosure Agreement can be approved and signed among a person and organisation. Non-disclosure agreements are usually created to guard [...]

2019-04-18T10:49:50+00:00Others|

Registrar of Companies | Address and Contact details

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) deals with the administration of companies in India. The Registrar of Companies (ROC), comes under the MCA. The ROC, of a State/Union Territories, has the primary duty of registering companies and Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) floated in their respective States/UT, as per Section 609 of the Companies Act, 1956. The purpose was [...]

What is Paid-up capital and how does it work

Introduction A company that needs to issue shares should keep in mind the authorized capital. Now, according to this authorized capital, it needs to issue shares which should always be less than or equal to the authorized share capital. This is called Paid-up capital. The pumped in money by the investors to run the business [...]

2019-04-08T11:57:34+00:00Company Articles|

NCLT process for reducing Share Capital

Section 66 of the Companies Act, 2013 allows a company to reduce its Authorized Share Capital. The Central Govt for this purpose constituted the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). It was notified of Procedure for Reduction of Share Capital of Company Rules, w.e.f. December 2016. Conditions Applicable: The reduction is Considered for internal Re-structuring of the company. So the consent in the [...]

2019-03-25T12:28:22+00:00Company Articles|

NBFC Compliance: what are the requirements as per RBI Act?

According to an RBI report, in 2017, Non Banking Financial Company, are performing better than the banks are saddled by bad loans and poor profitability. The realization comes as NBFCs has been the largest net borrowers of funds from the financial system, in a few financial years. There are growth opportunities for NBFCs because they are [...]

2019-03-18T07:56:36+00:00NBFC|

Nidhi company vs NBFC vs. MF: what is the best business structure for you to start?

Nidhi Company Explained In order to choose the best business structure before you open a Finance Company, Nidhi company vs NBFC, MF etc, let us first understand what is Nidhi Company, that exists only in the Indian community. The term Nidhi means ‘treasure’. And in the Indian Finance sector, it has come to represent a [...]

2019-03-30T06:55:44+00:00Nidhi Company|

NBFC Evaluation: What aspects to check before buying one?

Before getting into the main components of NBFC evaluation, here is brief information about NBFC. Registered under the Companies Act, 1956, NBFC Registration is provided to the companies engaged in the business of: loans and advances, investments in stock/equity/shares/bonds/debentures and other Govt securities, hire-purchase, chit fund, lease, insurance business, but cannot include in: agricultural activity, industrial [...]

2019-03-30T06:46:24+00:00NBFC|

Company Registration: How to choose the right business structure?

Deciding to start a Business means making countless sacrifices and facing all kinds of challenges, big or small. There are too many things that need to be done and looked after. It becomes overwhelming if the full manpower hasn't been hired. Which is, generally, the case with every business, as they tend to start with fewer people [...]

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