Ministry of Corporate Affairs has placed on its website a Report of the Committee of Experts which examined the Need for an Institutional Framework for Regulation and Development of Valuation Professionals. Stakeholders may send their comments till 14th May 2020. Usually, Indian stakeholders took no interest in such draft as the law-making process is considered slow. However, stakeholders are equally responsible for plight create by half-hearted laws be it the Companies Act, 2013 or the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016.
Ministry of Corporate Affairs recently published a Report of the Committee of Experts to Examine the Need for an Institutional Framework for Regulation and Development of Valuation Professionals. This report proposed a new National Institute of Valuer as a bureaucratic institution for governing the nascent profession of valuers. We will discuss the same.
The Valuation is new concept for Indian companies’ law. We will discuss it under this blog post.
REGISTERED VALUERS (SECTION 247):
Where a valuation is required to be made in respect of any property, stocks, shares, debentures, securities, goodwill, or any other assets or any liability or net worth of a company, it shall be valued by a Registered Valuer and appointed by the Audit committee or Board of Directors of the company.
Posted in Chapter XVII - CA2013, Companies Act 2013, Governance and Responsibility
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