Views : 3 According to the Black Law Dictionary, “oppression means an act of unjustly exercising power”. Whereas, mismanagement entailsRead more
Views : 11 Owing to globalization, the world is one big village and corporations are an integral part of it.Read more
Views : 14 Companies are defined as the business organisation formed by a group of individuals for the purpose toRead more
Views : 34 Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd. (IL&FS) is a shadow bank, that means it does not receiveRead more
Promoter is someone who brings about the incorporation and organization of a corporation. He brings together the persons who become interested in the enterprise, aids in procuring subscriptions, and sets in motion the machinery which leads to the formation itself.
Section 2(69) of The Companies Act, 2013 defines the term “promoter” as a person who has been named in the prospectus or is identified by the company in the annual return referred to in section 92, a person who has control over the affairs of the company, directly or indirectly whether as a shareholder, director and a person in accordance with whose advice, directions or instructions the Board of Directors of the company is accustomed to the act.
Views : 34 Memorandum of association is the fundamental document for the incorporation of the company.  “Charter” is theRead more
Views : 55 With the ever-changing global market scenarios, the terms corporate governance and corporate democracy have become the newRead more
Insider trading includes trading in a public company by someone who has confidential, price sensitive information, and who uses and deals with such information. Insider trading can either be illegal or legal depending on the knowledge, based on which the individual is trading. According to section 2(h)(ha) of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992[i] ‘price sensitive information’ means any information relating to present, future or even past, that has the potential to affect the prices of securities and value of the company.Read more
The Indian capital market played a vital role in saving mobilization in the year 1950. During the period of 1960-1980, the importance of the capital market was diminished and during the same time as a proportion of national income, the domestic savings were increased from 13%- 22%. From the capital market amount fund was raised up to 13% of net domestic saving.Read more
Raising of capital refers to the process of procuring capital funds that are undertaken by companies, governments, etc. Companies may raise capital either by means of a debt instrument or through the issuance of shares. Depending upon the structure of a company, the method of raising capital generally varies. Factors that affect the raising of capital by a corporate include management structure, governance and quality, strategies, and the purpose and funding requirements of the company.Read more