THE ANNUAL PRESENTATION OF A COMPANY
Companies in India must hold an annual general meeting at the end of each financial year and submit an annual statement to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to maintain compliance. For the newly incorporated Companies, the Annual General Meeting must be held within 18 months after the date of incorporation or 9 months after the closing date of the financial year, whichever occurs first. The next Annual General Meeting must be held within 6 months after the end of that financial year. In India, the financial year normally starts on April 1 and ends on March 31. Then, the annual statement of the Company would be September 30.
The annual statement consists of information and documents that include the Balance Sheet of the Company, the Profit and Loss Account, the Certificate of Compliance, the Registered Office Address, the Member Registry, the Details of Actions and Debts, the details of Debt and information about the Company’s Administration. The annual statement would also reveal the Company’s share structure, changes in the Management and the details of the transfer of securities. The business concert can help you present your company’s annual statement in India.
ANNUAL COMPANY SUBMISSION PROCESS:
- The annual presentation of the company
- Preparation for the annual return
- Annual return verification
- Project Completion