Register NBFC Company in India

Register your NBFC Company in India with us

What is an NBFC Firm:

A company registered under the 2013 Companies Act is a non-banking financial company (NBFC). It deals in loans and advances, acquisition of shares, stock, and bonds, and hire-purchase. RBI regulates NBFCs, and RBI approval is required to launch an NBFC business. Consistent with  RBI regulations, the NBFC’s net owned funds should be two billion rupees. A NBFC cannot primarily engage in agricultural, industrial, sale-purchase, or construction of land. Foreign Investment is permitted up to at least one hundred percent.

Types of Indian NBFC Companies:

Why Should I register an NBFC Company


The following are the primary motives for registering a Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC).


Limited Obligation:

The members of the corporate have limited liability. Directors and shareholders aren’t personally liable for the company’s debts. as an example, when a corporation defaults on the repayment of a debt or loan,  the administrators or Shareholders’ personal assets are protected.

Aids Economic Development:

Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) mobilize resources there by converting savings into investments, capital formations, provides long-term credits or specialized credits and helps in development of the financial market. Moreover, NBFCs frequently take the lead in providing Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs) with the foremost innovative financial services suited to their business needs. NBFCs do play an important role in the economic development of a nation by providing a boost to transportation, employment creation, wealth creation, bank credit in rural segments, and support for economically disadvantaged segments of society. Customers also are provided with insurance-related emergency services,  like financial assistance and direction. Credit is extended to the unorganized sector and little local borrowers, complementing the role of the banking sector in meeting the growing financial needs of the company sector.

NBFCs are Game Changers Sectoral Size: 

P2P Lending:

P2P Lending is just lending between peers. it’s also referred to as Social Lending and crowd lending. Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending enables borrowers to get loans directly from other borrowers, eliminating the financial organization as the middleman. Companies that facilitate peer-to-peer transactions have significantly increased its use as an alternate form of financing. The  Federal Reserve Bank of India regulates the P2P lending business model and recognizes it as a Non-Banking Financial Company. In India, Fintech companies are currently establishing P2P lending businesses. Through online web portals, P2P lending companies connect borrowers directly with investors. The P2P company establishes the terms and conditions and facilitates the transactions. Individual investors who desire a better return on their cash savings than a bank savings account are P2P Lenders. P2P borrowers seek an alternative to conventional banks or a better interest rate than those offered by banks.

Director Dual Role:

The Company’s Director can also be an employee of the company. He can rent or lease his own property to the corporate and collect rent, he can give the corporate a loan and receive a loan from the company, and he can provide the corporate with goods or services in exchange for payment.

Independent Entity-Prospective Succession:

The members of the corporate may come and go, but the corporate itself cannot, indicating that the members and, therefore, the company are distinct. Company can own and sell assets in its own name. it’s the ability to sue and be sued in a court of law.

Commerce on  the cash  Market:

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) are ready to trade securities on the Money Market, whereas normal businesses are unable to. An NBFC can manage stock and commodity portfolios. An NBFC  is in a position to underwrite stocks and shares.

Documents Required

Directors Documents
    1. Directors PAN
    2. Directors ID Proofs
      Aadhaar Card or Voter ID or Passport or Driver's License
    3. Directors Address Proofs:
      Latest one month Savings Bank statement or
      Latest Telephone Bill on his own name or
      Latest Moblie Bill on his name or
      Latest Power Bill on his own name.
    4. Directors latest passport size photograph
    5. Directors Email ids
    6. Directors Mobile Numbers linked with their Aadhar
    7. Incase of Foreign direcrtors, International Passport is mandatory
Company Documents
  1. Registered Office Address Proof: Latest Power Bill
  2. No-objection letter from the Landlord.
  3. Rental Agreement from the landlord if the premises are rented.
  4. Company email id.

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How to Register an NBFC Organization

NBFCs are often registered as either Private or Public Companies. Private registration requires two directors and two shareholders, while public registration requires three directors and 7  shareholders. The shareholder are often a corporation, but the director must be a natural person. the specified documents and step-by-step company registration process are listed below.

3 Step Company Registration Process:

Through eMudhra - One Hour Job
Digital Signature Certificates

We will apply for Class-III DSCs online via the eMudhra Portal.

Through MCA Portal - 5 to 7 Days

By paying the specified fee,  we'll prepare the eMOA, eAOA, eSpice+ Form, and eAGILE+ Form and upload them to the MCA portal.

Through eMail - 1 Day
Certificate of Registration

After review, the MCA will approve the appliance and email you the Certificate of Incorporation.

What All You Get

Why Business Setup in India?

Since our inception as an Official Company Registration Agent, we have maintained close ties with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. From day one, our intention has been to offer a streamlined incorporation procedure that is quick and easy to utilize. Today, our system for company registration is among the most efficient and effective in India. You can file an application for a new company name in slightly more than 5 minutes, and your firm will often be fully registered within 3-5 days. In addition to maintaining affordable pricing for company formation, we are constantly investigating new ways to bring value to our clients. We are proud to be one of the least expensive ways to establish a business in India.

We have the knowledge to advise clients on the appropriate company structure to implement. The majority of our clients want assistance registering a business limited by shares. The limited company structure is prevalent because it permits the distribution of profits to shareholders while safeguarding them through restricted liability. Our team has more than 2 decades of experience founding companies and providing corporate and secretarial services, which aids in the growth of tens of thousands of our clients’ enterprises each year.

We are tremendously passionate about the quality of our service, and we are incredibly proud of the reviews we get from our customers, as evidenced by our outstanding reviews and ratings. Continually, our team is chosen due to the value and skill for which it is renowned. We have helped form the industry by giving our customers innovative business services and packaged solutions that have grown alongside their demands.

Our clients have access to complimentary help from a team of experts. We are always prepared to assist. Throughout the registration of your Company, you will be enabled to contact us by phone or email if you require assistance.

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We believe in transparent and straightforward pricing. The price displayed is the price paid. There are no additional fees associated with business registration.

Rapid Service

You can file an application for a new company name in slightly more than 5 minutes, and your firm will often be fully registered within 3-5 days.

20 Years of Expertise

Our staff has over 2 decades of experience, making us specialists in our industry. Take the stress out of establishing your business, and rest easy knowing you have the assistance you need to thrive.

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The entire procedure, from ordering to utilizing your company registration license, is designed to be as simple and direct as possible to aid in the growth of your firm.

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ustomer confidentiality and safety come first. We safeguard your financial, business, and personal information to the utmost degree.

After review, the MCA will approve the appliance and email you the Certificate of Incorporation.

The majority of entrepreneurs do not know what to do after registering their company. The opposite mandatory registrations and statutory compliance requirements of a company are listed below.

Company Conformity

First Auditor Appointed Within 30 Days

You must appoint a First Auditor of the Company within 30 days of the date of incorporation and file Form ADT-1 with the MCA within 15 days of the appointment, or a maximum fine of Rs. 3,900/-  are going to be imposed.

Business Commencing Within 180 Days

You must file Form INC-20A with the MCA declaring the deposit of Share Capital amount within 180 days of Incorporation; else, the MCA will strike out your Company. A few banks also require you to submit this form, failing which they will not activate your Company's Current Account.

KYC Director

Before or on September 30. Every director who has been issued a DIN by the end of the financial year and whose DIN status is "Approved" will be required to submit form DIR-3 KYC by the 30th of September of the next financial year. Failure to file incurs a fine of Rs. 5,000 per Director, and the MCA will deactivate his or her DIN.


Four Board Meetings Twice Each Quarter The Board of Directors of the corporate must meet twice per yea

General Annual Meeting (AGM)

Every Company is required to have an Annual General Meeting of its members on or before September 30th, within six months of the end of its fiscal year.

Annual Report Within 30 Days of Annual Meeting

Every Company has to file its Annual Report on Form AOC-4 with the MCA within 30 days of its AGM.

Annual Returns Within Sixty Days of the AGM

Every Company must file its Annual Return on Form MGT-7 within sixty days of its AGM.

Form 1040 Return

Every Company is required to file its annual tax  Return on Form ITR-6 by the 30th of September or before.

TDS Return

Every Company required to file TDS returns must do so within 31 days at the end of each quarter to avoid incurring penalties.

GST Returns

within 20 days of the quarter's end

Any company required to file GST returns using QRMS must do so by the deadline or face fines.

11 Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Returns for RBI
  • Returns to be filed by NBFCs that accept deposits:
  • NBS-1 Quarterly Returns on First Schedule Deposits
  • NBFCs that accept public deposits must submit the NBS-2 quarterly return on prudential standards.
  • NBS-3 Quarterly return on liquid assets for NBFCs that accept deposits.
  • NBS-4 Annual return of critical parameters by a disqualified firm holding public deposits.
  • NBS-6 Monthly return on capital market exposure for deposit-taking NBFCs with over 100 crore in total assets.
  • Quarterly ALM Return
  • Half-yearly ALM return for NBFCs with more than 20 crore in public deposits or more than 100 crore in assets.
  • Annual Financial Reports
  • Balance sheet and auditor's report audited by the NBFC accepting public deposits.
  • Branch Report Information
  • NBFC companies are required to submit branch information reports in the format specified.
  • Returns to be filed by NBFCs that do not accept deposits:
  • NBS-7 A quarterly statement of capital funds, risk-weighted assets, and the risk-asset ratio, among other things.
  • Monthly Profit
  • Monthly Return on Critical Financial Metrics
  • NBS ALM-1 Monthly return statement for dynamic liquidity in the short term
  • NBS ALM-2 Semi-annual statement of structural liquidity.
  • NBS ALM-3 Half-yearly interest rate sensitivity return statement.
  • Branch Report Information
  • Non Deposit taking Additionally, NBFC companies must submit branch information reports in the prescribed format.

Other Enrollments

Registration for GST

If you are a taxable dealer in the sale of Goods or the provision of Services, you are required to register for GST.

IPR Registration

If you wish to protect your business name, brand, literary work, or invention, you must file an application for Trade Mark, Copyright, and Patent with the Indian department of Intellectual Properties.

Business Tax Registration

Companies registered in India must pay a professional tax. It is not obligatory in every jurisdiction; in fact, only 17 states require it.

Stores & Businesses Registration

Shops and establishments are required to register with the relevant state labor department.

Local Trade License

The new business must submit an application for a local business license to the local municipality or municipal corporation.

A RBI License

According to Section 45-IA of the RBI Act, 1934, no Non-banking Financial Company may commence or conduct the business of a non-banking financial organization without a certificate of registration from the Bank and a Net Owned Funds of Two Crores. To avoid dual regulation, certain categories of NBFCs that are regulated by other regulators are exempt from the need of registration with RBI, namely risk capital  Fund/Merchant Banking companies/Stock broking companies registered with SEBI,  insurance firm holding a valid Certificate of Registration from IRDA, Nidhi companies as notified under the businesses  Act, 2013, and Chit companies as defined in clause (d) of section 2 of the businesses  Act, 2013.

PF Registration

If your Company is subject to the PF Act, you must obtain PF Registration. Now that MCA provides PF Registration along with Incorporation, you are no longer required to submit a separate application; nonetheless, you must enroll employees once the threshold limit is exceeded.

ESI Registration

If your Company is subject to the ESI Act, you must obtain ESI Registration. Now that the MCA provides ESI Registration along with Incorporation, you are no longer necessary to register separately; nonetheless, you must enroll employees once the threshold limit is exceeded.

MSME Registration

To receive the advantages of The Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises Act, registration is required.

Let's Deal With Your Confusions

DIN is the abbreviation for Director Identification Number. Following the incorporation of the Company, every director will be assigned a unique Director Identification Number. With this DIN, he or she can register an unlimited number of businesses.

A DIN holder is required to submit his KYC to the MCA annually by the 30th of September or face a penalty of Rs. 5,000/-.

DSC is an abbreviation for Digital Signature Certificate. Shareholders must possess a Class-III Digital Signature Certificate in order to register their organization.

There are various organizations that issue Class-III DSCs. These organizations are referred to as DSC Certifying Authorities. We have formed a partnership with eMudhra Tamil Nadu. eMudhra is one of India's most prominent Digital Signature Certifying Authorities.

Approved share capital is the maximum amount of capital that shareholders are permitted to invest in the Company. In actuality, this is the permitted investment limit for Equity Share Capital.

Paid-up share capital is the amount of money shareholders deposit into the Company's bank account towards share capital.

Now, a business can be registered with a minimum share capital of Rs. 2/-or investment of Rs. 1/- from each shareholder.

A CIN is an identification number assigned to a company by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs when they are issued the Certificate of Incorporation.

It might serve as the Company's identification number.

If we apply for direct incorporation without a Certificate of Name Availability, the process could take between three and five business days. Occasionally, it can be implemented in a single day.

However, it is recommended to apply for a company name before incorporation, which may take between 10 and 15 days.


No, you cannot register a company on your own since Professionals such as a Company Secretary or a Chartered Accountant must digitally sign the application forms alongside a Director before your Company can be registered.

Including Digital Signature Certificates, the total government fee for a one million authorized share capital company would be approximately Rs. 4,000.

XYZ is authorized by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to provide company registration services at an affordable price of Rs. 1,999/- throughout India.

INR 5 Lacs/-.

Housing Finance Companies, Stock Exchanges, Merchant Banking Companies, Companies engaged in the business of stock-broking/sub-broking, Nidhi Companies,  Venture Capital Fund Companies, Insurance Companies, and Chit Fund Companies are NBFCs, but they are exempt from the registration requirement under Section 45-IA of the RBI Act, 1934.

Banks can accept demand deposits while NBFCs can not. NBFCs are not part of the payment and settlement system and are unable to issue checks drawn on themselves, whereas banks can. Unlike banks, NBFC depositors do not have access to the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation's deposit insurance facility.


INR 2 Crore/-

The minimum share capital requirement is Rs. 200 Lakhs due to the approximate Rs. 350,000/- company incorporation charge and the required share capital. The cost may, however, differ from one Indian state to the next.

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