Note: Sub-clauses (F), (G) and (H) referred to in paragraph 1. 2) A publicly traded company: a company that has listed on one or more recognized exchanges the securities it has issued or the securities issued under schemes it manages in accordance with the listing agreement between the entity and the approved exchange or exchanges. . Related party transactions requiring a formal dissolution, which is in accordance with the Corporations Amendment Act, 2015. 7. Empty SEBI Circular no CIR/OIAE/001/2015 of 30 November 2015 defined the procedure for issuing a certificate no of objection for the release of 1% of the amount of emissions; (b) brief information on the reissue of forfeited shares or securities or the issuance of shares or securities held in reserve for the future issuance or creation of new shares or securities or other rights, privileges or benefits that may be subscribed; These rules apply to the listed company that has listed one of the following designated securities on approved exchanges: make a reference beforehand to the board meeting at which the proposal to repurchase securities, the declaration of dividends or rights or the issuance of convertible bonds or bonds entitled to the subscription of shares or the transfer of dividends or the issuance of rights will be considered at least 2 days in advance. 2. It must make known the events covered in Part A, paragraph 3; 4. The ASC report must be forwarded to the stock exchange (s) by the listed company within 60 days of the end of the financial year. (c) brief information on all other capital changes, including phone calls; 1. SEBI emptied around the CIR/CFD/CMD/4/2015 point of September 09, 2015 indicated the events that must necessarily be disclosed without resorting to a review of the meaning and events that should be disclosed by the listed unit if they were to be considered essential; The pre-disclosure of the prior privacy of the Council meeting at least two working days in advance, with the exception of the date of the intimacy and the date of the meeting. (a) #Specified securities listed on the motherboard or SME exchange or on the institutional trading platform; The validity of the letter is 6 months from the date of issuance. .
9. The secretariat report (MR-3) for unlisted subsidiaries is registered in India and must be listed by the publicly traded company at the same time as the annual report of the listed company. 6. The Annual Secretariat Compliance Report should be signed in practice by the company secretary who conducted the compliance audit/verification exercise or under the control of which the same report was conducted with his FCS/ACS number with the practice number issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. SEBI contacted SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (Listing Regulations) on September 2, 2015. There was a 90-day deadline for the implementation of the regulations. However, two provisions of the regulations that facilitate character were applicable with immediate effect, i.e.: