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Getting registered legally in India

Submitted by Gokul R I (@directus) (proposing) on Wednesday, 17 December 2014

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Objective

To help startups to select the best form of registration and guiding through the initial legal documentation such as share holder agreement.

Description

  1. Comparison of business registration options in India
  2. Helping participants to select the best option for their startup
  3. Overview on importance of legal compliance

Speaker bio

Mr. Gokul R I, Director and Chief Consultant of DB Space - A Co Sharing Concept

Mr. Gokul R I is a corporate professional with international expertise in Company Law, Business Laws, Foreign Exchange Management, Labour Laws , Corporate Finance, Accounts and Audit. He is a highly motivated professional with versatile analytic and advocacy skills.

Over six years of diversified professional experience in national and multinational companies has graced him with the ability to work independently or within a team setting.

With Directus Consultants, he is the Director and Consultant handling the Legal, Foreign Exchange, Indirect taxation and compliance assignments. Before moving on to practice he was the Company Secretary & Compliance Officer for M/s Terumo Penpol Limited, Group Company of Terumo Corporation, Japan with responsibilities ranging from Contracts, Labour Laws, certain aspects of Indirect Taxation, to Managing Law Suits.

His career started with M/s INKEL Limited where he was a Company Secretary responsible for Company Law Compliance.

He was Faculty for Law at Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and for Company Law at Institute of Company Secretaries of India

Comments

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    Anirudh K Menon (@animenon) 4 years ago

    Thats a really nice topic to talk about.

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