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  • NBFC Business Registration

    A Non – Banking Financial Corporation is a company organized under the Companies Act 1956/2013. As indicated by segment 45-I (c) of the RBI Act, a Non – Banking Company carrying on the matter of a budgetary organization will be an NBFC.
    It further states that the NBFC must be engaged in the business of Investments and Loans, Acquisition of assets, equities, bonds, etc issued by the administration of any local authority or other marketable securities. A non-banking institution which is a company and has the major business of receiving deposits under any scheme or any mode is also a non-banking financial company. NBFC registration in India is now expanding and growing.

    The NBFC business does not include business whose primary business is the following:
    • Agricultural Activity
    • Industrial Activity
    • Sale or Purchase of any goods excluding securities
    • Sale/purchase/construction of any immovable property
    • The offering of any services
    The Reserve Bank of India has set financial activity as principal business to bring transparency to the entities that will be controlled and monitored as NBFC under the RBI Act. The models s is called the 50-50 analysis and it’s as follows:
    • The company’s financial assets must constitute 50 percent of the total assets.
    • The interest from financial assets must constitute 50 percent of the total income.
    It is supervised by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs as well as the Reserve Bank of India. The License for service is obtained from the RBI and it is consolidated as a company under applicable regulations of the state.

    How do you incorporate an NBFC?

    The procedure to incorporate an NBFC is:

    1. An organization should initially be enlisted under the Companies Act 2013 or should as of now be enrolled under Companies Act 1956 as either a Private Limited or a Public Limited Company.
    2. The minimum profit owned funds of the Company should be Rs. 2 Corer.
    3. 1/3rd of the Directors must hold finance experience.
    4. The CIBIL records of the Company should be clean.
    5. The company must have a complete business plan for five years.
    6. The company must comply with the provisions for capital compliances and FEMA.
    7. After all of the above conditions have been fulfilled the online application on the website of RBI should be filled and submitted along with the necessary documents.
    8. A CARN Number will be generated.
    9. A Hard copy of the form also has to be sent to the regional branch of the Reserve Bank of India.
    10. After the application is properly examined, the License will be given to the Company.