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Company Formation includes:


Keeping statutory records and registrations in good order


Company Law Advisory Services


Corporations registration


Registration of MSME


Registration of Societies and Trusts


ROC Filing


Upkeep of minute books, Section 301 registers, and shareholders' registers, among other things


Change in the registered office's location


Transformation of a private limited company into a public limited company, as well as mergers and acquisitions


Accounting and legal due diligence

    Documents requirement:

    Some documents must be submitted in line with applicable regulations, such as:

    Resolution of the Board of Directors

    Expenses for utilities


    Certificate of Incorporation

    Pan cards of the Directors

    Other materials that may be relevant

    Directors’ identification card (Aadhar Card/Voter Card)

    Send us below documents for Company Incorporation


    Corporate Advisory

    The success of major corporate transactions is dependent on meticulous planning and the selection of qualified advisors. Our team of professionals has accumulated a wealth of knowledge…


    In-house Co-Sec

    The regulatory framework is always changing, and it is vital to collaborate closely with organizations to guarantee that they are kept up to date.


    Company Closure

    While registering a company in India is a much simpler process, when it comes to terminating a corporation, the situation is a little more complicated…


    Company and other information

    The formation of an appropriate legal entity is the first and most significant stage in starting a business. Our team is available to assist you in comprehending…


    Regulatory Approvals

    According to the Companies Act of 2013, clearance from regulatory authorities is required before some company actions can be carried out…

    About Secretarial & legal Compliance

    Effective compliance management is a challenging task for today’s businesses. Once a business is incorporated, its directors are responsible for maintaining the firm’s statutory records effectively. Records and documents should be preserved following the Companies Act and other applicable legislation. Additionally, certain paperwork and facts must be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) and other regulatory bodies.

    The Companies Act 2013 requires companies to comply with several legal and regulatory requirements. The government is putting a strong emphasis on adopting best governance standards by businesses to reduce misconduct. We recommend that you use professional services for all types of corporate secretarial services and company formation services in India, as this will ensure that you are fully compliant with all applicable laws and regulations.

    If a business’s capital is equal to or greater than Rs. 5 crores, it is required to appoint a full-time company secretary.

    Company formation services encompass the entire incorporation process, from the application of the firm name to the establishment of the company’s bank account.

    The government is enacting new regulations and changing existing ones to strengthen governance and hold businesses accountable for meeting their commitments in each jurisdiction. As a result, Compliance with corporate secretarial services has become critical.

    Yes, you can select online company secretarial services provided by the specialists at Fair CFO. These services include Compliance with all mandatory and event-based regulations applicable to corporations, as well as company creation.