NLN & ASSOCIATES is a disruptive Company Secretaries firm providing Corporate, Secretarial, Business and other Business Laws advisory services for various clients in India and abroad. We continuously strive to provide best quality professional services to our valued clients. Further, serve the customised services to the clients in various spheres of business. Read More
Company Secretary- A knowledge driven professional and the nitor of Corporate and Business Laws, an effective advisor for the corporate kingdoms, a loyal advisor to the Board, a legal eagle to protect and watch the governance practices of each and every corporate entity irrespective of its size and strength in this globalized world. Read More
A Company's success or failure depends much on the performance of it's Board- an ancient Chinese saying is that ' the fish rots from the head'. Yet the vast majority of directors admit they have had no training for their role and are not sure what it entails. As Board's activities are made increasingly transparent under national and international law -particularly following the recent corporate scandals. Read More
At the NLN & ASSOCIATES we are committed to improving the quality of compliance(s) of the business(es) of the various business entities we serve. We perform these services by striving for excellency, proficiency, sincerely with devotion to comply with corporate codes of conduct without compromising with honesty and the prevalent corporate governance practices. Our expert team of Company Secretaries would address the business related problems with agility and within the business laws.
The Reserve Bank of India has today advised the users of Pre-paid Payment Instruments (PPIs), including mobile and electronic wallets, that only non-bank entities authorised by RBI under the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007 (the Act) can issue PPI wallets for purchase of goods and services from third parties and money transfer within India. Only permitted banks can issue PPI wallets which in addition to purchase of goods and services from third parties and money transfer within India, can also be used for withdrawing cash. An updated list of entities is available on the Reserve Bank’s website. Public should access the RBI website for the list of such bank and non-bank entities issuing e-wallets and pre-paid cards.
In order to address issues arising in cases involving application under Section 46 of the Competition Act, 2002 read with the Competition Commission of India (Lesser Penalty) Regulations, 2009 and give further clarity to stakeholders, the Commission has decided to amend ‘The Competition Commission of India (Lesser Penalty) Regulations, 2009’.
Scheme for Facilitating Start-Ups Intellectual Property Protection (SIPP) is further extended for a period of three years with effect from 01.04.2017 to 31:03.2020