The firm, J. K. Gupta & Associates, established in the year 1996 with the motive to provide consultancy services to the corporate world in the matter of Companies Act as well as various other corporate laws.
J. K. Gupta & Associates specializes in solving the complexities of company law and company secretarial practice promptly and correctly and with an attention to detail and personal services.
We are an established firm of Practising Company Secretaries providing company secretarial services to both public and private companies. We are acknowledged experts in all areas of company secretarial practice and company law with a broad client base of exceptional depth and quality. The firm was established in 1996, to meet the need for specialized consultancy to provide on-going or ad hoc advice on company secretarial matters to both large and small companies. Whilst this remains the core of our business today, many firms of accountants and solicitors use our services to ensure that best advice and assistance on company secretarial matters is available to their clients.
Providing Consultancy services in the matters of Companies Act, 2013, SEBI Act, 1992, IPR Laws and many other Commercial and Economic Laws.
From providing the Advisory Services in the matter of Finance management to obtaining registration in Direct and Indirect Tax Laws including other Fiscal Laws
Consultancy in the various Insolvency Laws including serving as an Insolvency Professional.
Provider of Various services in Compromise, Arrangement, Mergers and Acquisitions in accordance applicable laws.
Many other clerical and ancillary services required to smoothen day-to-day activities and making you organization abide by law.
The history of Corporate-Consulting: We can often hear people using the term consulting, but let’s ask ourselves the question what Corporate Consulting really means and where it comes from? The first management consulting firm was created in 1886 by Arthur Dehon Little, and initially specialized in technical research. However, Arthur D. Little refused to follow […]
Every Company in India need to comply with the Companies Act, 2013 (hereinafter called “the Act”) to do any activity, whether it is to Appoint a Director or to fulfil the need of Capital, in the same scenario whenever a Company need to raise Deposits the Company need to Comply with the Chapter V Acceptance of Deposit by […]
A Step towards the ‘MAKE IN INDIA’ campaign and to improve the ease of doing business in India: Again an attempt has been made from my side to share my experience regarding Incorporation of a Company under Companies Act, 2013 in the form of an Article. This Article contains the procedure for Incorporation of a Company […]
The laws relating to insolvency and bankruptcy in the earlier centuries were framed for penalizing the defaulting debtors. Over the Years there has been improvising change in the global regulatory framework towards corporate insolvency. The principal focus of modern insolvency legislation is not liquidation and elimination of insolvent entities but on the renovation of the financial […]
An offence is an Act, of omission or Default, whether committed wilfully or due to negligence, ultimately lead the Company or its officer, to Fine, penalties and/or imprisonment, as specified under the Act. Compounding of offence is a tool, whereby a person/entity committing default, admitted that he / it has committed an offence and seeks […]