J. K. Gupta & Associates specialize in solving the complexities of company law and company secretarial practice promptly and correctly and with an attention to detail and personal services.
An established and one of the best firm of Company Secretaries providing company secretarial services to both public and private companies. We are acknowledged experts in all areas of company secretarial practice and company law with a broad client base of exceptional depth and quality. The firm was established in 1996, to meet the need for specialized consultancy to provide on-going or ad hoc advice on company secretarial matters to both large and small companies. Whilst this remains the core of our business today, many firms of accountants and solicitors use our services to ensure that best advice and assistance on company secretarial matters is available to their clients. Our firm has been peer reviewed and found complying all parameters of quality control systems and adhering to guidelines of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India.
J. K. Gupta & Associates offers the best services in a wide range of sectors, primarily advising board members of their responsibilities and implementing board decisions. Properly managed secretarial services will keep you out of trouble at any International Business Registry and with third parties, such as banks, creditors, trustees, etc.
J. K. Gupta & Associates offers secretarial services to relieve busy directors and their administrative staff from the pressure of accuracy and jurisdictional requirements and to act as Secretarial Auditor of the Company.
Importance Of Company Law
There have been considerable changes in company law in the last few years. And the changes have put more responsibility on the shoulders of Directors. A company has to comply with a lot of procedures as covered under companies Act. Listing Agreement, SEBI Act and Regulations. Moreover, Corporate Governance is now actively being implemented in various corporate houses and is going to be compulsory by the Government in a phased manner.
It is essential that directors are aware of existing, new proposed legislation and take the best advice on how to meet its requirements. Directors must have access to the best advice on how to meet its requirements. This is important commercially as well as legally. For example, directors should ensure Articles of Association reflect not only the law but also the company’s needs and best practice. Directors must also have the necessary technical assistance to cope with internal reorganizations, buyouts, mergers and acquisitions. Our role is not only to give constructive advice on matters of company law but also to ensure that routine but vitally important details are not overlooked. In addition, the late filing of Accounts, Annual Return & other documents at Registrar of Companies can lead to the imposition of substantial late-filing penalties upon a company and the possibility of criminal action against the directors.
Now the question arises, is the Company Secretary important? Every company requires an officer who will be responsible to the directors for securing its compliance with company law; this is the Company Secretary. He should be available to the Board for day to day advice on such matters. Both the importance of the Company Secretary and the level of his or her responsibilities are increasing as a result of the new law and the emphasis being placed on upon Corporate Governance. As a result, all companies should have access to a qualified company secretary. Very large companies may be able to fully justify the employment of a full-time Company Secretary but by using our services any company can obtain the best advice on all aspects of company law and company secretarial practice whenever it is needed.
The secretary is the main administrator of the company; s/he ensures that all regulatory and mandatory documents are timely filed either with the Registrar of Companies or the Registry in the location where your company is registered. In short, a professional secretary will make sure that you comply with all due diligence, statutory, and jurisdictional requirements.
The company secretary manages and informs directors about all matters regarding the development, changes, implementing of company legislation, regulations and best practice in the jurisdiction where the company is registered. The secretary will also advise on the effects to the director(s) of any legislative changes.