Indian companies are governed by Companies Act 1956 and company has to comply with various statutory provisions as per different sections of Companies Act 1956. Services offered by us include:
- Incorporation of company
- Filing of documents with Registrar of Companies
- Conducting Statutory Audit at the year end.
- Assistance in drafting Director’s Report covering statutory points to be covered.
- Assistance covering Annual General Meeting and Statutory Compliance thereof.
- Statutory provisions relating to various meetings like Board Meetings, Statutory Meetings, their due dates and documents to be filed with Registrar of Companies.
- Consultancy for other different provisions as applicable to company.
Registered Office Address Facility
All Indian registered companies are legally required to have a registered office address in India. It is the address of a company to which all official letters and reminders will be sent. The registered company address must be in a state in which company is registered. The company registered address must always be an effective address for delivering documents to the company, and to avoid delays it is important that all correspondence sent to this address is dealt with promptly. If a company changes its registered office address after incorporation, the new address must be notified to registrar of Companies in Form 18 within 30 days of its change.
If required, we can provide a registered Indian address for your company. This service is particularly useful for companies, such as those being run from home or companies owned by foreigners which will take time to settle down in India, where a separate address for service of routine paperwork from authorities such as Registrar of Companies and the Income Tax Department may be required for various reasons. We would emphasise that the facility is intended solely as an address for service of routine mail only and must not be used as a trading address.
A Virtual registered office is ideal for :
- Having a requirement to hold meetings in the city but no requirement for a full time office.
- People who often travel and therefore do not have the need for physical office space.
- Individuals that work from home but require a city identity.
- Those who require an office identity but do not have the budget for a physical office.
- New business start-ups who wish to test a new market and cannot yet justify the cost of setting up a permanent office.