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Unlisted Company

A company with stock that is not traded on an exchange. Very often, unlisted companies are very small and do not trade on an exchange because they do not meet market capitalization requirements. Unlisted companies may be traded informally (theoretically, one may stand on a street corner and sell his/her stocks), but the term usually refers to companies traded through a dealer network. See also: Over-the-counter.
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The inherent regulatory role of ICAI as provided for in the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 shall continue in respect of its members in general and specifically with respect to audits pertaining to private limited companies, and public unlisted companies below the threshold limit to be notified in the rules.
Generally these insights are used to make predictions about listed stocks, but they can also be of interest in areas such as private equity, relating to private, unlisted companies.
The UIC facilitates access to information about unlisted companies that are also subject to the CMA.
All private and public unlisted companies are required to notify the transfer of shares on prescribed form to the registrar within 15 days from such transfer.
The Corporate Supervision Department initiated 13 new proceedings by issuing show-cause notices to listed and unlisted companies.
PAN would also be mandatory for cash payments of more than ` 50,000 for cash cards or prepaid instruments as well as for acquiring shares of unlisted companies for ` 1 lakh and above.
Previously, unlisted companies were not allowed to directly list in overseas markets without prior or subsequent listing in the Indian market.
His prior roles have included COO and CEO positions, Director of AMIRA International and he is currently a Director of several unlisted companies.
According to the Financial Services Commission (FSC) on October 28, the Act on External Audit of Stock Companies, which is currently applied to listed companies only, will be revised to include unlisted companies as well.
NEW DELHI -- The government has allowed unlisted companies to list on overseas stock exchanges without any conditions, a move which will help firms raise funds and aid the government finance the country's yawning current account deficit.
The BIR imposes capital gains tax and a documentary stamp tax on every sale, barter, exchange or other disposition of shares of unlisted companies.
Employment-related securities and unlisted companies.