Indian Subsidiary Company Registration in India

A Subsidiary Company is also commonly known simply as a subsidiary or a sister company; and the company which practices control over it, is known as the parent company, or holding company. A subsidiary company can be controlled by the parent company partially or completely.

For setting up a subsidiary, the parent company must own at least 50% of the subsidiary. When the holding company owns 100% of the subsidiary then the subsidiary is known as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the parent company. Note that the subsidiary company of a foreign parent company is a separate legal entity, and the subsidiary company is obligated to function under the rules and regulations of the country where it is situated.
A company can be registered as a private limited or public limited company

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    Documents Required for Company Registration

    Photograph

    Photograph

    Latest Passport size Color photograph of all the promoters (Shareholders and Directors)

    Identity Proof

    Identity Proof

    Any of the following ID: Passport, Voter ID/Driving License of Shareholders and Directors.

    Registered office Proof

    Registered office Proof

    Latest & Clear Telephone Bill/Electricity Bill/ /Water/Gas Bill of the registered office address

    Pan Card

    Pan Card

    PAN Card of all shareholders and Directors. Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport.

    Address Proof

    Address Proof

    Latest Bank Statement/Telephone Bill/Electricity or Gas Bill/Water Bill of Shareholders and Directors

    NOC from owner

    NOC from owner

    No Objection Certificate from owner(s) of the premises of registered office.

    Requirements for Foreign National

    • Passport (mandatory)

    Photo ID Proof (Document must be certified by Indian Consulate)

    Address Proof (Document must be certified by the Indian Consulate)

    Process & Timeline for Company Registration

    After obtaining name approval from ROC (Registrar of Companies), an applicant is required to file –
    • Form INC-7 (Application for Incorporation of Company (Other than One Person Company)
    • Form DIR-12 (Particulars of appointment of directors and key managerial staff; and
    • Form INC-22 (Notice of the situation) along with Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company.

    • After filing of the incorporation documents, payment of online ROC fees and Stamp duty is done by the applicant. (This is based on the authorized capital of the company).
    • After the fees are paid, ROC verifies the filed documents. Form INC-22 and DIR-12 are approved via the Straight-Through-Process (STP) and the ROC verifies Form INC-7 in detail. The ROC may suggest some changes in the form or attachment.

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