Corporate Advisory


Registering a startup or new business requires a official procedure to be followed to get legal license for your business. The right business structure and company registration in India allow you to operate with efficiency and meet the business targets and objectives that have been set by different departments of the business.

Following documents are required for registration of company:

  • PAN card
  • Adhaar card/Voter card/Driving License
  • Latest Banks statement
  • Scan copy of signature(should match on pan card)
  • Pan Card of Directors

For proposed Registered Address

  • Any Utility bill
  • Rent agreement with NOC from owner/Landlord


  1. Acquiring Digital signature Certificate(DSC)
  2. Acquiring Director Identification Number(DIN)
  3. Filing an e-form or New User registration
  4. Final Incorporation and CIN

DSB has a well qualified team of Company Secretaries and Corporate lawyers to handle all types of secretarial matters of the Corporate. We provide specialist and flawless services in compliance to the corporate laws and good compliance for all the stake holders. DSB ensures filing of all returns applicable to the companies to avoid penalties and fines. Our Team shall guide you through all these compliances required to be completed since the incorporation.

Given below is the list of few events in which corporate law compliance are required:

Change in Authorized/ Paid up Capital of the Company.

Allotment of new shares / transfer of shares / invitation to subscribe for shares.

Issue of shares to the Directors / employees of the Company.

Subdivision of face value of the shares of the Company.

Investment in share / other securities.

Change in composition of the Board of Directors.

Appointment of Managing / whole time Directors.

Entering into new business / Partnership.

Alteration of memorandum and articles of association of the company.

Amalgamation of the Company with other company.

Shifting the registered office of the Company from one place to other.

Appointment or change of the Statutory Auditors of the Company.


DSB has a specialist and qualified team of professionals to provide Secretarial Audit and other compliance audits/ certifications under the Companies Act, 2013, SEBI Laws, RBI Laws, FEMA Laws. The Audits are done with the objective of the regulatory requirements and stake holders objectives.


Convert a private limited to public limited company:

A Private company is an organization which limits its number of members to 200 and cannot invite public to subscribe to its shares. We provide for converting a Private Company to a Public Company by altering the MOA and AOA of the company.

Convert a public limited company to private limited company:

A public company registered under the Companies Act, can convert to a private company by altering the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association of the company which are subject to the approval of NCLt. Public companies are subject to several regulatory and compliance requirements. Converting to a private company increases flexibility, reduces compliance and reporting requirements. DSB provides services for compliance of all legal requirements including appearance before NCLT and other authorities.


The Security and Exchange Board of India is a regulatory body for the finance and investment markets in India. It plays an important role to stable the financial markets in India by attracting the investors from the foreign countries and also protect Indian investors. The main objective of SEBI is to regulate the activities of the stock exchange. SEBI is to regulate the activities of the stock exchange. SEBI promote and develop activities in stock market and increase the business in stock exchange and also promotes training of intermediates of the securities market.


  • Setting standards
  • Providing advice
  • Monitoring
  • Maintaining external relations
  • Resolving issues of non-compliance
  • Training
  • Assisting with ad- hoc investigations
  1. NATIONAL COMPANY LAW TRIBUNAL(NCLT) – The Central Government has constituted National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) under section 408 of the Companies Act, 2013. NCLT is a judicial body set up by central government in India that govern and examine issues relating to companies in India. The formation of NCLT is an important step towards attaining fast and efficient resolution of disputes and approval relating to affairs of the Indian Corporates.

We at DSB assist and advice in cases of M&A, Approval, Compromise and Arrangements, conversion etc in making reference to tribunal and appear before NCLT/NCLAT.

  • Class Action
  • Deregistration of companies
  • Oppression and mismanagement
  • Refusal to transfer shares
  • Reopening of accounts & Revision of Financial Statements
  • Tribunal Ordered Investigations
  • Conversion of public company into private company
  • Change in financial year

A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a partnership in which some or all partners have limited liability. It therefore exhibits combined elements of partnership and corporate.

Every LLP shall have at least two designated partners being individuals at least one of them being resident in India and all the partners shall be the agent of the Limited Liability Partnership but not of other partners.

DSB is providing formation of LLPs to suite the needs of the business enterprise depending upon the size and nature of business. Given below is the procedure for LLP registration

  • Application for DIN or DPIN: All designated partners of the proposed LLP shall obtain “Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN) by filing eForm for acquiring the DIN or DPIN.
  • Acquire/Register DSC: A licensed Certifying Authority (CA) issues the digital signature. Role check can be performed only after the signatories have registered their Digital signature certificates (DSC) with LLP application.
  • LLP verification & Name approval: you are first required to register yourself as a user in the relevant user category, such as registered and business user.
  • LLP Document submission: All the required documents will be created and will be filed them with ROC for your LLP.
  • Incorporate an LLP: Once your LLP is incorporated, a Certificate of Registration will be issued by the Registrar
  1. Conversion from Partnership to LLP:

More and more partnership firms are being converted into a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). LLP offers a host of features such as unlimited partners, limited liability protection, transferability, survivability, etc.,  – making it more attractive than a partnership firm.