To ensure adequate response policy to minimize risks and lessen their consequences whenever they arise throughout an organization's operation, the majority of governments at various levels have implemented manifest plans. It is the government's responsibility to inform the organizations about the policies since as the organizations expand, so does their complexity and independence. Governments have implemented risk regulatory methods to bolster compliance to accomplish the aim. Organizations are striving to attain in their endeavor to ensure that they are aware of and are making efforts to comply with applicable policies, rules, and regulations due to the rising number of regulations and the requirement for operational transparency. Some claim that regulations devalue companies' efforts and that there should be a free and liberalized economy, while other economists and political analysts assert that regulatory compliance is essential for encouraging risk assessment. However, because governments have created regulatory compliances, corporations must abide by them and toe the line, or else they will suffer the repercussions.
At King Stubb & Kasiva, we have developed an active regulatory law practice to assist the clients in the following areas:
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The regulatory landscape establishes a framework for cooperation between the government and the organization, while also upholding the equality of organizations with citizens in terms of their responsibilities for the welfare of citizens. In India, there has been a drive for more corporate transparency and stronger compliance standards for enterprises across all industries and legal frameworks. By expanding the number of compliances that a firm must be concerned with, the adoption of additional standards, such as those governing data protection and privacy, makes the industry even more demanding. At KSK, we assist companies in navigating the evolving legal and regulatory landscape. We have provided corporate advice on a wide range of regulatory issues. At KSK, we assist companies in navigating the evolving legal and regulatory landscape. We have provided corporate advice on a wide range of regulatory issues. To offer customers a broad spectrum of legal services, our attorneys combine their fundamental legal knowledge with commercial and litigation expertise. Our ability to serve our clients is further improved by the solid, fruitful working ties we have established and maintained with national, state, municipal, and other bodies.
India has a lot of regulatory bodies, to govern different areas. Some of the most prominent ones are RBI, SEBI, IRDAI, NABARD, TRAI, FSSAI, CBFC, PFRDA, BIS, IBBI, and EPFO. In India, regulatory organizations have the power to regulate or supervise a wide range of actions and projects.
A private limited company must begin complying right away (within the first 30-90 days after incorporation). This gives any Company very little time to comply, or else it will have to file additional costs for providing the necessary paperwork. Some of them are Registered office address, First board meeting, Issuance of shares, Certificate to commence business, PAN/TAN, and other local/state level registrations.
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), as well as how shareholders, stakeholders, customers, and other parties involved in transactions interact with one another both internally through corporate governance and outside through commercial transactions, are all covered by corporate law. There are various corporate laws in India of which some of the most important ones are listed down below: Companies Act, 2013, Competition Act, 2002, Securities and Exchange Board of India, 1992, SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2002, SEBI (Share Based Employee Benefits) Regulation, 2014, SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirement) Regulation, 2009, Depositories Act, 1996, and SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirement) Regulation, 2018.