Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights

Exit Strategy- How Startups can use buyback for Investor Exit

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Aug 3, 2019

Case Study- Promoters of Unicorn Startup Private Limited (referred to as “the Company”) started with 80,000 shares of Rs 10 each. On 2017...

HOW TO BUYBACK SHARES IN SINGAPORE

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 28, 2019

Share buyback is a corporate action wherein a company undertake to buy its own shares from the shareholders of the company issuing a tend...

Why should you partner with Taxmantra to scale Globally

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 27, 2019

Well, scaling a Startup globally is no easy job. Be it the legalities or the financial complexities surrounding the process, global expan...

Case Study- Is AGM compulsory to hold in Singapore

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 26, 2019

Mr. A is a director of the company XYZ Pte Ltd. He is of the view that an annual general meeting (AGM) needs to be held every year but he...

How to transfer shares in Singapore

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 25, 2019

The shareholder intending to sell their shares will be referred to as the “transferor”, while the shareholder intending to receive the tr...

How to issue shares in Singapore Startup

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 24, 2019

Singapore Regulations require complying with Companies Act and filing the necessary return to ACRA during the issuance of shares. Below a...

Case Study – Leave Policy for Employees in Singapore

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 23, 2019

Case Study 1.) Mr. X is an employee of the company ABC Pte Ltd. He has been working with the company for last 5 and a  half months. How m...

All you need to know about Directorship in Singapore

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 22, 2019

To form a company in Singapore, there shall exist at least one ordinarily resident director in the company. The law also permits a compan...

Why is Singapore preferred by Global Entrepreneurs

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jul 18, 2019

In recent years, Singapore has emerged as one of the preferred destination in the world for start-ups and for Entrepreneurs looking for g...

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Understanding MSME Registration in India – Benefits and Procedure

CFO Advisory Services | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Jun 26, 2019

(Article updated on 15th May, 2020) For quite some time now, the Indian Government has been focusing on the MSME sector. A lot of benefic...

Can Libra be a good samaritan for all zodiac

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By CS Niladree Chakraborty | Jun 21, 2019

The launch of a new cryptocurrency by Calibra, a regulated subsidiary of Facebook, reminds me of the quote, “Go for it now. The future is...

DPT-3 and MSME-1 to be notified by MCA

Corporate Law & Intellectual Property Rights | By Soumik Kumar Sen | Apr 29, 2019

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has announced that it will notify the Forms of DPT-3 and MSME-1 shortly. The Companies (Acceptance of D...

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