In our previous blog post, we spoke about the Pre-Funding compliance requirements and due diligence that needs to be adhered to for Startups registered in India. Today we will be discussing the Post-Funding compliance checklist for Startups that includes the guidelines set by the Reserve Bank of India for startups raising funds from investors outside India.
Typically, most modern startups today seek some sort of funding after they’ve been set up. While we have huge respect for companies that bootstrap, raising funds from investors has become quite common these days and often a necessity as well. But in most cases, startup founders are so involved in the process of raising funds that they forget to look at the mandatory compliances and due-diligence processes that are involved before and after fundraising. Today we’ll take a look at the pre-funding compliance checklist for startups in India.
Any private limited company registered in India and successfully operating their business needs to follow the various compliances laid down by the Companies Act, 2013. Failure to adhere to these ROC compliances and regulations would lead to lawsuits and penalties that could severely damage your business and harm the brand that you have worked so hard for.
Following the various ROC Compliances not only makes you a legal entity as per the government norms but also makes you trustworthy for your investors, shareholders, and customers. Read more
Previously we spoke about the fundamental differences between a Pvt Ltd company and an LLP and the factors one needs to take before choosing the right entity for your business. Today we go 2in depth about the important reasons why one should register a Private Limited Company in India.
The most popular choice of corporate legal entity in the country, a private limited company is registered under the governance of the Companies Act, 2013 and the Companies Incorporation Rules, 2014. A minimum of 2 directors and 2 shareholders are needed to register a company under a private limited entity. A corporate legal entity can be a shareholder only while a natural person can be both a shareholder and a director. Read more