Securities and Exchange omission of Pakistan holds seminar on online incorporation, e-Services

ISLAMABAD: The SECP held a seminar on online incorporation, eServices and measures to increase corporatization at the Rawalpindi- Islamabad Tax Bar Association, Rawalpindi.

Mr. Muhammad Siddique, Registrar of Companies, highlighted various measures of the SECP to facilitate the corporate entities and consultants. He also explained that fast-track services would be launched shortly.

Mr. Shaukat Hussain, Additional Registrar, CRO, Islamabad, answered participants’ questions and sought their suggestions for further improvement.

A detailed presentation was made by Mr. Muhammad Akram Qureshi, Deputy Registrar, covering the relevant provisions of the Company Laws especially highlighting different aspects of incorporation of companies and post incorporation statutory compliance.

Mr. Muhammad Jamil Aamir, Assistant Registrar, explained various steps of online filing, creation of eServices accounts for availability of name and further steps/procedure for online incorporation and e-filing of various statutory returns.

The participants included practicing chartered accountants, cost and management accountants, lawyers and corporate practitioners.

Mr Shaukat Baloch, President, Rawalpindi-Islamabad Bar Association, appreciated the efforts of the SECP and suggested that such seminars may be held on a regular basis for the benefits of the corporate sector and professionals.

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