Govt allows startups to issue sweat equity for 10 years after registration

Industry experts expect the move to help startups in terms of enhancing their ability to incentivise personnel and retain talent

Tweak in Companies Act may allow Indian unlisted firms to list abroad

This will also act as an alternative medium of compensation for employees and avoid pay cuts

Start-ups can now issue equity shares to their employees for up to 10 years from the date of their incorporation or registration.

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has amended the

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First Published: Jun 9 2020 | 7:43 PM IST

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