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MCA amends deposit rules for startups, extends exemptions up to 10 yrs

Earlier, the limits of total deposit from members did not apply to a startup for five years from date of its incorporation

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start- ups | Ministry of Corporate Affairs | DPIIT

Ruchika Chitravanshi  |  New Delhi 



Private equity and venture capital investments in H12019 were 27% higher at $23.4 billion compared to  the same period last year, EY says
Any startup private company would be able to accept deposits from its members without any limit till 10 years from its incorporation.

The corporate affairs ministry has amended the deposits rules, bringing them in line with the current start-up definition of department of promotion of industry and internal trade, to extend the exemptions up till 10 years from the date of incorporation of a company.

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First Published: Tue, September 08 2020. 19:25 IST

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