FINANCE REGULATORIES

S E B I / R O C / r b i Compliance
  • SEBI / ROC COMPLIANCE – SECURITIES EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA  / REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES :-
    • The Companies Act, 2013 passed by the Parliament has received the assent of the President of India on 29th August, 2013. The Act consolidates and amends the law relating to companies. The Companies Act, 2013 has been notified in the Official Gazette on 30th August, 2013. Some of the provisions of the Act have been implemented by a notification published on 12th September, 2013. The provisions of Companies Act, 1956 is still in force
    • All the Private Limited Companies Are Required To File Its Annual Accounts And Returns Which Must Disclose Details Of Its Shareholders, Directors Etc., To The Registrar Of Companies. Such Compliances Should Be Made Once In A Year.
    • Further, As A Part OfAnnual Filing, The Forms Which Needs To Be Filed With ROC Under Companies Act,2013 Like
      • FORM DIR-3
      • E FORM ACTIVE (INC-22A)
      • DPT-3 (Director Identification No.)
      • MSME-1
      • AOC-4
      • MGT-7
      • CIN
    • F E M A – FOREGIN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT ACT, 1999
      • The Reserve Bank of India was established on April 1, 1935 in accordance with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
        • The Central Office of the Reserve Bank was initially established in Kolkata but was permanently moved to Mumbai in 1937. The Central Office is where the Governor sits and whee policies are formulated.
      • Though originally privately owned, since nationalisation in 1949, the Reserve Bank is fully owned by the Government of India. Makes the procedure for foreign investment easy and consequently encourages foreign exchange in India.
    • Microfinance: Reaching Out to the Bottom of the Pyramid
      • Microfinance fulfils credit needs of people at the bottom of the economic pyramid and acts as a potent tool for empowering women. Microfinance sector has evolved over the years, having endured credit and liquidity distress in the past. The article provides an overview of the microfinance sector in India and studies credit delinquencies and funding patterns of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs). It also attempts to examine the new challenges posed by COVID-19 and its implications for microfinance.
      • Microfinance fulfils credit needs of people at the bottom of the economic pyramid and acts as a potent tool for empowering women. Microfinance sector has evolved over the years, having endured credit and liquidity distress in the past. The article provides an overview of the microfinance sector in India and studies credit delinquencies and funding patterns of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs). It also attempts to examine the new challenges posed by COVID-19 and its implications for microfinance.
    • Derived Inflation Forecasts from Recent Inflation Expectations: An Ex Post Facto Analysis
      • The Reserve Bank’s Inflation Expectations Survey of Households captures near to medium term inflationary sentiments of about 6,000 households across eighteen cities on a bi-monthly basis. It provides directional information on near-term inflationary pressures as expected by the respondents and may reflect their own consumption patterns. Hence, they should be treated as households’ sentiments on inflation.
      • This article presents variations in the households’ sentiments with emphasis on their behavioral aspects of recent inflation experiences, especially characterised by their demographic features. Recent inflation forecasting methods using the households’ expectations have been explored empirically and a comparative picture has been presented.
    • Efficacy of Import Measures: An Analysis of Select Commodities
      • According to the Global Trade Alert, nearly 15 per cent of the total trade protectionist measures implemented at the global level directly or indirectly impact India’s merchandise trade. India has undertaken a number of import-related measures primarily in response to inter alia unfair trade practices adopted by trade partners. Motivated by this trend, this article attempts to examine whether these import tariff and non-tariff measures have impacted import volumes and inflation in the case of India.

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