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We, ABHIPRA Capital Limited has got more than 20 years of experience in share registry.
An inspiring vision of a dynamic leader has seen us broadening our business horizons since our inception. Abhipra, a company established in 1994 with a single window as a member of NSE under the guiding philosophy of Sh. V. D. Aggarwal, Chartered Accountant has now matured into a corporation providing a host of financial as well as other services.
Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has notified vide its notification dated 10th September, 2018 that all unlisted public company shall issue securities only in dematerialised form and facilitate dematerialization of all its existing securities.
The effective date for the notification is 2nd October 2018.
All transfers of shares shall be in the dematerialisation form only of and after 2nd October 2018.
India has started the intra-state e-way bill from April 1, 2018, along with the inter-state implementation of the e-way bill. Any shipment of value greater than Rs 50,000, moving a distance greater than 10 km (unless crossing state border), is required to generate and possess an e-way bill during its transit.
Abhipra as a GSP (GST Suvidha Provider) has launched a Abhipra e Way Bill Software to caters the needs of the industry. Abhipra e Way Bill solution is user friendly software with safe and secured database. Abhipra has got the capability and expertise to develop custom solutions as per the requirements of Railways.
HIGHLIGHTS ï· Nearly 25-30 per cent Indian companies with zero turnover during the last two years may lose their registration ï· The ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) is planning to use provisions of Section 248 of the Companies Act to proceed against these "dormant companies"
Nearly 25-30 per cent Indian companies - those with zero turnover during the last two years - may lose their registration as part of the central government's latest offensive against so called shell companies.