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A company can issue of new shares to existing shareholders or other persons subject to the Companies Act and Articles of the company. Company has to follow the procedure for rights issue of shares to the existing shareholders.
Board Meeting for making offer
Right Offer letters
Issue of shares
Filing with MCA
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Company propose to raise capital by issue of shares shall offering shares to existing members in proportion to their existing share holding. The object is to ensure equitable distribution of Shares and the proportion of voting rights is not affected by issue of Fresh shares.
The existing shareholder getting right can have the option to assign such right to other person or can waived or modified the right. Once he/she exercise right, he/she can't modify the right and board of director decide how to proceed.
Company by passing a special resolution in General Meeting can alter this right and can offer share to anyone including existing shareholders.
Any company planning to issue shares to existing shareholders at premium can opt this service. The service have two part;
a. Offer of shares to existing shareholders
b. Issue of shares
Call Board Meeting for Offer of shares.The first step for issue of share at premium is call board meeting for issue of shares. At the meeting fix price and number of shares to be issued, offer date, closing date etc.
Sent Offer letter to shareholders and collect ApplicationAfter the Board meeting dispatch offer letter with application to existing shareholders. Collect all application within the offer period and make a list of proposed allottees.
Issue of SharesCall board meeting for issue of shares and at the meeting pass resolution for issue of shares to eligible applicants.
File Return of Allotment with MCAAfter board meeting file return of allotment in PAS-3 with respective registrar of companies.
Issue of share certificateAfter allotment issue share certificate to existing allottees and make necessary entries in members register.
Application to Subscribe right shares
Existing shareholders and renouncee can apply for shares after fulfilling terms and conditions of the offer letter.
Board meeting - Issue of Right shares
Company shall call a board meeting for approval of right issue of shares. In the board meeting necessary resolution shall be passed
Filing of return of allotement
After share are issued, company must file return of allotment in PAS-3 within 30 days from the date of issue of shares.
Filled application signed by shareholders/renouncee with renunciation letter if application. Also collect PAN and other information for making entries in the members register
Application for Issue of shares
PAN Card Copy
How it works
Offer for issue of shares
Filing with Registrar
Issue of share certificate
Issue of shares to existing shareholders in the ratio of their holding is called as right issue
Issue of shares at a price above the face value of share is called premium offer. For example if the face value of share is Rs.10 and is offered for Rs.20, then Rs.10 is premium.
The right to subscription of shares in a company can be assigned to a third party. The transfer of such right is called renunciation of issue
No such requirement in Companies Act. But if shares are offered at premium Merchant Banker valuation is mandated under Income tax Act
Under Companies Act, 2013 no such requirements. But Income Tax act mandates to have valuation by Merchant Banker. If shares are issue without valuation, the share premium may be classified as Income and tax will apply on company (Angel Tax) if issue of shares is to Indian shareholders.
Private company have the authority to dispose unsubscribed shares to any person at the discretion of Board
The Board of Directors of a company can issued shares subject to the articles of the company.
The company can issue new share issues at face value or at a premium. There are no regulations for determining the amount of premium for the issue of shares. The company can not issue shares at a discount except for sweat equity shares.
Share certificate is the proof of shareholding in a company. It is mandatory for a company to issue share certificates to every shareholder after the issue of shares.
The Board of Directors are empowered to issue share certificates. A share certificate is issued under the authority of board resolution with the common seal of the company (If any) and is required to be signed by two directors and an authorized signatory. Stamp duty is to be paid on the share certificate according to the respective state stamp rules.
Share certificates should be signed by two directors and secretary/authorized person. If the company has a managing director, he/she must be one of the signatories to the certificate.