Why is issuing of Share Certificates to Shareholder of Pvt Ltd Company Registration is important.
Private Limited Company Registration has many advantages over other form of company registration. Pvt Ltd Company Registration is most reputed form of doing business and your clients start looking at you with lot of trust. But the biggest advantage of a Private Limited Company Registration in India is that you can raise funds in form of equity by offering shares to investors or you can attract great talents by offering ESOP to employees. It practically means that you can use shares of Pvt Ltd Company Registration in India as currency and use it to help your business grow. Through this blog, we will discuss the process of issuance of shares and Annual Compliance of Pvt Ltd Company Registration required in this regard.
Issue of Share Certificates to Subscribers for a Pvt Ltd Company Registration
After registration of Pvt Ltd Company in India and within 2 months from date of incorporation, Private Limited Company Registration has to hand over the share certificates to all the shareholders as mentioned in the memorandum of association.
Penalty for Non-Issuance of share certificates:
If the Private Limited Company Registration has not issued the share certificate to the subscriber than as per Companies Act 2013, there is a fine of Rs. 25,000 which can be extended upto Rs 5 Lacs. Apart from this every officer of the Pvt Ltd Company Registration can also be fined upto Rs. 100,000.
Other Annual Compliances for Private Limited Company Registration:
Immediately after incorporation of Pvt Ltd Company Registration, directors of Pvt Ltd Company Registration needs to do few more compliances which are not very pressing, but nevertheless a requirement.
Letterhead of Company Registration:
A letterhead of the company is needed to be made and is required for opening of Bank Account and it needs to have the information such as CIN, Registered Address, website, email, Phone number etc.
Every Private Limited Company Registration needs to maintain a statuary register and has to be maintained accordingly.