What needs to be done when the proposed name applied has already been reserved but due to some issues like (Category/Spelling mistakes etc.), the applicant wants to reapply with the same name?
What is the functionality of Extend the name in Spice + Part A?
Does MD or ED of the company related to promoter group, fall under the
definition of employees for the purpose of ESOP?
Want to know that if all the Resident shareholders transfer holdings to one foreign entity and in attachment of form FCTRS in pre-post shareholding if we shows two nominee shareholder of foreign body corporate also show the nominee shareholder in share purchase agreement and we have filed form FCTRS,
Is there is any relaxation in stamp duty payment on transfer of shares of Section 8 Company?
Is there a blanket ban on communication/ procurement of UPSI? Are there any exemptions?
Is it mandatory that the name of section 8 Company shall include the words like – Foundation, forum, association, federation, chamber, confederation, Council, electoral trust etc.?
Suppose, a person is holding 24% of paid up equity capital of an NBFC and
acquires additional 2% of paid up equity capital. Does the transfer require a prior approval of the RBI?
Compliance Calendar LLP is Recognised as Startup by DIPP Under Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India
No, it is not compulsory to tender your shares in a Buyback/Delisting/Takeover Open Offer. As a shareholder, you have the right to decide whether or not to participate in such offers.
In a Buyback offer, the company offers to buy back a certain number of shares from the shareholders at a specified price. Similarly, in a Delisting or Takeover Open Offer, the acquirer offers to buy a certain number of shares from the shareholders at a specified price.
If you decide to participate in any of these offers, you can tender your shares to the company or the acquirer at the specified price. However, if you do not wish to participate, you can choose to hold on to your shares.
It is important to note that the decision to tender your shares or hold on to them should be based on your personal investment objectives and the potential risks and benefits of the offer. You should carefully consider the terms of the offer, including the offer price and any applicable fees or taxes.