The authorised capital of a company is the maximum amount of share capital that the company is authorised by its constitutional document i.e. MOA to issue (allocate) to shareholders. Authorized share capital is often not fully used by management in order to leave room for future issuance of additional stock in case the company needs to raise capital quickly. A Company may at any time require to induce more funds in the Company thus by issuing more share capital and increasing number of shareholders.

Difference between Authorised Capital and Issued capital

Authorised Share Capital

The authorized share capital represents the upward bound on possible paid-up capital

Paid-up capital can never exceed authorized share capital.

In terms of investing or immediate business finance decisions, paid-up capital is generally more important.

Issued Share capital

Issued share capital and paid-up capital are the total amount of capital funded by a company’s shareholders

What Will be included in the said package

Personal Consultation

Preparation of Secretarial Documents for convening the Board Meeting and Shareholders Approval.

Alteration of MOA and AOA\

Drafting of Resolutions passed by the Companies and Minutes thereof

Filing of the Resolution with the ROC in Eforms

Filing of an application with the ROC with the Required documents for increasing the Authorised Capital

Approval of the Application submitted with the ROC

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