On incorporation of a Private Limited company it becomes the responsibility of the company to adhere to a list of mandatory compliances that is required by the Registrar of Companies (ROC).

Failing to adhere to the listed compliances will attract severe penalty (up to a sum of Rs.1 Lakh) and even blacklisting of directors and the company.

During the expansion of the business when there is a need for additional investment or loans due diligence will be conducted by lenders and investors and such compliances regularly done by the company will be of paramount importance in granting such funds.

The most important compliances include:
  • Conducting board meetings (minimum 4 meetings in a calendar year) and preparing minutes of them
  • Filing of the annual returns
  • Issuance of share certificates
  • Filing director’s disclosure to ROC
  • Maintenance of Statutory registers (Register of shares, Register of Members, Register of Directors etc.)
  • Holding Annual General Meeting
  • Filing of financial statements
  • Appointment of auditor
  • Statutory audit of accounts

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