The requirement like name of the company, address, Net Owned Fund, profit/loss during the last three years needs to be furnished quarterly by non-deposit taking NBFCs with asset size between ₹ 50 crores and ₹ 100 crores.
NBFCs-ND file for NBS-9 and that’s too in case where there asset size is less than Rs 100 crore.
Statutory Meeting is convened so as to accord the investors an open door for seeing what level of progress has accomplished the floatation of the organization and all together that any uncommon issues requiring their endorsement might be laid before them.
Books of accounts including vouchers and receipts are required to be kept up under various legal laws – Income Tax Act, Companies Act 2013 and GST Act.
A return is a record containing subtleties of pay which a citizen is required to file with the tax administrative authorities.
An Income tax return (ITR) is a structure used to record data about your pay and expense to the Income Tax Department. The expense risk of a citizen is determined dependent on their salary.
The process of change in directors/ registered office or any alteration in the capital structure is similar to that of ROC.
Quarterly return on important financial parameters of non-deposit taking NBFC having assets of more than ₹ 50 crores and above but less than ₹ 100 crores.
Monthly- statement of short-term dynamic liquidity in format NBS-ALM-1
Half Yearly- Statement of structural liquidity in format NBS-ALM2
Half Yearly- Statement of interest rate sensitivity in format NBS-ALM-3