IEPFA launches investor helpline
Corporate affairs secretary Injeti Srinivas said that the helpline was set up was a major step to address the concerns of various claimants, according to a government release. The helpline was an initiative by the IEPFA with the help of Common Services Centre (CSC) e-Gov SPV under the IT and electronics ministry.
Govt constitutes Company Law Committee to improve ease of doing business
The committee would submit its recommendations in phases and subject...
MCA body recovers Rs 1,514 crore deposits from Peerless General Finance
The Reserve Bank had directed the company to transfer the funds to th...
Government to implement new Companies Act that includes setting up IEPFA and NFRA
Since 2013, 60% sections of law have been notified while 187 sections related to investor protection and winding up of companies are yet to be notified.
Getting back lost shares, dividends now made easier
So far, around Rs 200 crore has been restored to the rightful claimants to whom the funds belong.
Crypto currency is 'ponzi scheme', should be banned in India: Govt official
Crypto currencies are based on blockchain technology and there are concerns about its viability in the long-term and risk to investors, especially considering steep fluctuations in the prices.
Government departments discuss draft bill to ban cryptocurrencies
Government departments have endorsed the idea of a complete ban on all types of cryptocurrency, sources said.
Blanket ban on cryptocurrency may prove to be futile, claim experts
Ban can lead to growth of these currencies through illegitimate sources such as dark web.
Government rolls out road map to fully execute Companies Act
The corporate affairs ministry on Friday notified rules for IEPFA. Search for the chairperson and members will commence soon.
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