Welcome to Corp Solute
Corp Solute is a Management Consulting & Advisory firm. It caters to various industry sectors to give effect to their day to day financial decisions.
Our mission is to provide outstanding compliance and legal solutions in our chosen practice areas with ethical and professional approach.
Registration of One Person Company (OPC), Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) and Private/Public Limited Companies.more
Applications to various authorities viz. Central Government/ State Government / Local Authorities, Registrar of Companies, NCLT/Company Law Board/ Regional Director, SEBI/Stock Exchanges/DPs, RBI.more
Various filings to Registrar of Companies (ROC)/SEBI/RBI including Annual Returns, Corporate Governance Report etc.more
CLOSURE OF BUSINESSBy way of Winding up of companies, striking the name of inactive companies from ROC (Dormant Companies), Sale of existing business to other entities.more
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MCA has made effective 98 Sections of Companies Act, 2013 for which no rules are to be framed.
MCA prohibits use of word “National” and restricts use of word “Bank” or “Stock Exchange”
in the names of Companies or Limited Liability Parnerships (LLPs)
Additional Eligibility Criteria for BSE SME and SME ITP Platform.
Formats under SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations,2011
The Consultative Paper and draft SEBI (Real Estate Investment Trusts) Regulations are placed for
SEBI (LISTING OF SPECIFIED SECURITIES ON INSTITUTIONAL TRADING PLATFORM) REGULATIONS
SEBI_Order_Dispensing with the condition of previous publication under Section 10 of the SC
(Regulation) Act, 1956.
Notification under section 16 and 28 of Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956.
Amendments to Banking Regulation Act 1949 — Banking Laws (Amendment) Act 2012 –
Applicability to private sector banks
The Reserve Bank of India is entrusted with the responsibility of regulating and supervising the
Non-Banking Financial Companies by virtue of powers vested in Chapter III B of the Reserve Bank
of India Act, 1934. The regulatory and supervisory objective, is to:
a) ensure healthy growth of the financial companies;
b) ensure that these companies function as a part of the financial system within the policy
framework, in such a manner that their existence and functioning do not lead to systemic
aberrations; and that
c) the quality of surveillance and supervision exercised by the Bank over the NBFCs is sustained by
keeping pace with the developments that take place in this sector of the financial system.
The fee structure of this company are reasonable and flexible that gives value to us and makes us feel satisfied. They charge fees on time-cost basis. We are happy to take services on fixed fee basis depending on the scope of assignment. We would be open to discuss and enter into any other fee arrangement.