Corporate Secretarial Services helps companies manage and minimize the risks of corporate non-compliance in the workplace.
Our team understands the complex corporate and regulatory laws for corporate secretarial matters ranging from the incorporation of an entity to winding up.
Examination and inspection of compliances with rules and regulation as stated under various laws applicable to a company is known as Secretarial Audit. Connect with our experts to get more in-depth knowledge about how it is beneficial for your company.
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a new form of corporate structure that combines the flexibility of a partnership and the advantages of limited liability of a company at a low compliance cost. The LLP is a body corporate and a legal entity separate from its partners
A Private Limited Company is said to be India’s most famous type of corporate entity. It is registered according to Ministry of Corporate Affairs’s (MCA) legal and regulatory guidelines.
SFT is a report which includes particular financial transactions that specific individuals need to submit to the income tax authority or such other specified authority or agency.
Each Company incorporated in India is required to maintain statutory registers and records. The records can be kept online, electronically. The statutory records shall be kept at the registered office of the company.
Having a successful business in India you will need to comply with the legislative needs, meaning specific documents and registers must be maintained. It is necessary for regulatory disclosure, and statistical purposes to maintain these records and logs. Keeping these documents helps a company maintain its operations in an organized manner both across the nation and internationally.
A Company Secretary is in charge of the company’s effective administration, notably ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and assuring that the board of directors’ decisions are carried out.
Listed companies and other large companies should conduct a secretarial audit every quarter, and for smaller companies, secretarial audit can be conducted at the end of the year.
No, due diligence is not a mandatory provision under any law. Due Diligence is to be done by a company only when the need arises.
No, due diligence is not an audit. However, the purpose & procedure of due diligence overlaps with that of an audit. But in a real sense, due diligence is a detailed investigation that focuses on critical information.
Yes, it is an effective technique for ensuring that legal and procedural requirements are met. It also provides directors and key management personnel with a sense of security, among other things.
The Companies Act requires secretarial audits for certain businesses. Previously, the Secretarial Audit criteria only applied to public firms with a paid-up share capital of Rs. 50 crore or a turnover of Rs. 250 crore.
Yes. The company is required to File a Return of Deposits and money not considered as deposits in E-Form DPT-3 with the ROC before 30th June of every financial year.
Every company in the country requires prior approval of the ROC to come into existence. The ROC provides a certificate of incorporation, which is the final document for company formation. A company, once incorporated, cannot cease unless the company name is struck off from the register of companies.