Nidhi Company in India General restrictions Rule 6 provides general restrictions.   According to this Rule no Nidhi shall- Carry on the business of Chit Fund, Hire Purchase Finance, Leasing Finance, Insurance or Acquisition of Securities issued by anybody corporate;   Issue Preference Shares, Debentures or Any Other Debt Instrument by any name or in any form Read More →

Nidhi Company in India   What are the benefits of registering Nidhi Company in India? Advantages: There are several advantages of starting a Nidhi Company in India. We will have a look into some of these: ·         Limited RBI regulatory compliance Nidhi Companies need to incorporate themselves as Public Limited Companies with the MCA. And Read More →

Nidhi Company in India IPORTANT POINT: Dividend: A Nidhi shall not declare dividend exceeding 25%or Such higher amount as may be specifically approved by the Regional Director for reasons to be recorded in writing and further subject to the following conditions- An equal amount is transferred to General Reserve; There has been no default in Read More →

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COMPANY LAW: FAQs – Nidhi Company and its Operations What is Nidhi Company? A Nidhi Company is a Company which carries on the business of accepting deposits and lending the same on demand. Nidhi Company is similar to NBFC but the only basic difference between the two is that Nidhi Companies accept deposits only from its members. Read More →

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Provisions of Loan in Nidhi Company: (1) A Nidhi shall provide loans only to its members. (2) The loans given by a Nidhi company to a member shall be subject to the following limits, namely:- (a) two lakh rupees, where the total amount of deposits of such Nidhi from its members is less than two Read More →


Deposits in Nidhi Company (1) The fixed deposits shall be accepted for a minimum period of six months and a maximum period of sixty months. (2) Recurring deposits shall be accepted for a minimum period of twelvemonths and a maximum period of sixty months. (3) In case of recurring deposits relating to mortgage loans, the Read More →