All companies registered in India like Private Limited Company, One Person Company, Limited Company, and Section 8 company must file their Annual filing forms each year i.e Form AOC-4 and Form MGT-7 with Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).
A copy of Financial Statements (including Consolidated Financial Statements in case of holding company), shall be filed with Registrar of Companies (ROC) within 30 (Thirty) days from the date when the accounts were duly adopted at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company in Form AOC-4.
Every company shall file with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) a copy of the Annual Return, within 60 (sixty) days from the date on which the Annual General Meeting is held with the ROC in Form MGT-7.
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1. Preparation of Basic Directors Report
2. Preparation of e-forms AOC-4
3. Preparation of e-form MGT-7;
4. Arranging for Certification of e-forms;
5. Filing of forms with ROC.
Since the statutory audit is mandatory to be conducted for an OPC. An OPC must also appoint a statutory auditor to be appointed for 5 years via form ADT-1 within 15 days of the first Annual General Meeting (AGM).
OPC does not require to hold Annual General Meeting.
OPC can have a maximum of 15 (fifteen) directors and if required, OPC can appoint more directors after passing a special resolution to that effect.
The company shall be having one member and shall appoint one nominee to act as member in case of death or incapacity of the member at the time of conversion into OPC.
An OPC, having only a single member, cannot raise funds by issuing shares or other convertible instruments. This can however be possible if the OPC gets converted into a public or private limited company. An OPC can ideally raise funds only through loans or by means of non-convertible debentures.