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Mergers And acquisitions- What Actually Does it Mean?

The concept of merger and acquisition in India was not popular until the year 1988. During that period a very small percentage of businesses in the country used to come together, mostly into a friendly acquisition with a negotiated deal. The key factor contributing to fewer companies involved in the merger is the regulatory and prohibitory provisions of MRTP Act, 1969.

Mergers And acquisitions

According to this Act, a company or a firm has to follow a pressurized and burdensome procedure to get approval for mergers and acquisitions. If money could talk, it would have whooped last year. Consider this: in 2017, India saw more than 1,000 mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the highest in the current decade.  The practice of mergers and acquisitions has attained considerable significance in the contemporary corporate scenario which is broadly used for reorganizing the business entities. In the process of mergers and acquisitions, we work in the analyses and insights and access the information and conclusions about

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What is the Procedure for NBFC Registration with RBI in India?

NBFC Registration

NBFCs or Non-Banking Financial Companies are those companies which provide banking services without meeting the legal definition of a bank. An NBFC is incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 and desirous of commencing the business of non-banking financial institution as defined under Section 45 I(a) of the RBI Act, 1934. NBFC registration can be obtained only after following the prescribed procedures and arranging all the required Documents for NBFC license.  The NBFCs do the business of loans and advances, acquisition of shares, stock, bonds, debentures, securities issued by Government. They also deal in other securities of like marketable nature, leasing, hire-purchase, insurance business, chit business. However, the companies cannot be NBFCs if their primary business is related to agriculture activity, industrial activity, sale/purchase/construction of immovable property. Usually, the 50-50 test is used as an anchor to register an NBFC with RBI. 50-50 test means that the compan

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How to Get the BIS Certificate in India?


BIS Certication

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent and non-governmental organization formed by the standardization organizations of its 163 member countries. It is the world's largest developer of voluntary international standards and facilitates global trade by providing common standards across countries. Nearly twenty thousand standards have been established covering everything from manufactured products and technology to food security, agriculture, and health. The use of Bureau of Indian Standards Certificate facilitates the creation of products and services that are safe, reliable and of quality. Standards help businesses increase productivity while minimizing errors and expense. By allowing direct comparison of products from different manufacturers, it facilitates that new companies can enter new markets and help in the development of a global trade with just bases. The standards also serve to protect consumers and end users of products and services, e

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Online NBFC Registration in India

NBFC registration or NBFC License can be obtained in 90-120 days. NBFC requires compulsory FCRA registration with the Reserve Bank to carry on the financial business as the case may be.

NBFC Registration

NBFC is incorporated before January 9, 1997 to apply for such a Certificate of Registration within six months ending on July 8, 1997 to enable them to carry on their business of financial nature. After January 9, 1997 NBCFs are not allowed to commence the business of financial activities without obtaining a Certificate of Registration from the Reserve Bank.

NBFC Registration

The auditors of all NBFCs are compulsory to report directly to the Reserve Bank the non-compliance by any company of the above statutory provisions.  NBFC is Non-banking financial company, that is registered under the New Companies Act, 2013 of India and is engaged in the business of loans and advances, acquisition of debentures/shares /stock/bonds/securities issued by government or local authority or other securities of like marketable nature,

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FSSAI Rules for Starting a Food business in India

Many foods are sold at flea markets, fairs and outdoor events. Popcorn, peanuts, banderillas de sausage, hot dogs, donuts Who sells all this food? Most are sellers who bring their kitchen trailers to these events. Other FBO prefer to park their Food Business on the side of the road or in parking lots to sell to workers looking for a fast lunch. Owning a food Business can bring a lot of profit, but there are many important steps that should be taken into account before opening the Food business. Obtain the necessary Permits and licenses for Food Business from FSSAI. 


To be able to sell food, you must have licenses to prepare food. Only pre-packaged foods such as chewing gum, potatoes or sweets are excepted. Each state, county or city may have different licensing requirements for the sale of food. Some permits and licenses may be needed to work in the city and others to work in the county. Begin by finding out what requirements the county where you plan to develop your business ask fo

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FSSAI Online Registration for Food Business in India

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has been constituted by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare with a stringent visualization to implement FSS act on food business activities. FSSAI was formed to keep a single point of contact for all the food operators. The role & responsibility of FSSAI is to make sure that all food-related laws are being followed by food business operators. According to the new standards, food must have at least 60% shelf life. 

FSSAI Online Registration

People always love to explore new places. But wherever they go, they surely have the favorite place to eat the food. Though it is not the famous food in the city, the food in the particular hotel or the restaurant is very famous and unique in the entire city. Food is the primary source of energy and the fuel to our body. The taste of the food denotes the love of the person. Every traditional food in the place and country denotes the culture of the people in that place. However, the varieties of the food may diffe

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Know About FSSAI License Renewal Procedure for Food Business

FSSAI establish that all Food Business Operators in the country will be FSSAI registered or licensed in accordance with the procedures laid within. They specify requirements, terms and conditions to benefit from license for the food business and that no person shall commence any food business without a valid license. But, it is not essential only receiving an FSSAI certificate; in fact, it is equally important in order to renew your license from time to time. Food business operators can apply online for FSSAI License Renewal and authorization through an online application system.

FSSAI License Renewal

This step-by-step guide will make it easy for you to apply online. Remember that you must submit the printout of the completed online application form to the regional Authority / State authority with all supporting documents within 15 days from the date of manufacture of the online submission for your application to be considered.  If however the renewal application is not filed within this time, then a pen

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