Company Secretary,

12 - 18 Years

Job Description

Experience: Minimum post qualification experience of 12 plus years in relevant area with Experience in B2B and B2C financial institutions, fintech companies and credit institutions.

Position Objective:

Will be directly responsible for managing the entire Secretarial and Compliance function for the whole group. Will be handling strategic matters and bring about process improvements in the function.

Key Responsibilities:

Managing all Statutory Compliances related to Companies Act, RBI & Payment and Settlement Act.

Setting and meeting KPIs of the department, budget, staffing and smooth functioning of the department including meeting the internal SLA deadlines and external regulatory compliances and corporate initiatives, etc.

Arranging and conduction AGM, Board Meeting, General Meeting Audit Committee and any other committee formed by the Board including issuing notices, preparing Agendas and passing Resolutions.

Manage the closure of all Action items arising out- of- Board and committee meetings and systematic reporting- of- the same.

Drafting of various Resolutions and Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors, Shareholders, Committee constituted by the Board
Providing support in Secretarial Audit/Internal Audit/Annual Report related assignments, Liaising with Independent Directors across group, external regulatory authorities and service providers, regulatory support to Treasury Department in fund mobilisation programmes.

Preparation of MOA & AOA including the amendment, addition, deletion of various clauses.

Overseeing investors service function with high quality and optimum cost outgo.

Manage maintenance of statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries.

Preparation & filing Annual Returns and necessary documents in Registrar of Companies, Company Law Board.

Advising directors on their duties, and ensuring that they comply with corporate legislation and the Articles of Association of the Company.

Advising on good governance practices and compliance of Corporate Governance norms as prescribed under various Corporate, Securities and Other Business Laws and regulations and guidelines made thereunder.

Maintenance of secretarial records, statutory books and registers. Deciding on the companys policy for the filing and retention of documents. This includes maintenance of statutory records in electronic form.

Apply and obtain trademark and copyrights for various products domestically and globally.

Update NPCI website on a regular basis in relation to Governance matters and other developments

Desirable Knowledge/ Skills

Good Drafting Skill, Accuracy and Adherence to timelines.

Interpretation ability & Promptness of response

Coordinating with various locations/departments for collecting information and to enable smooth work.

Good knowledge of the Companies Act, 2013 and Payment and Settlement Act & Compliances

Interpersonal skills in relationship building

Maintaining Confidentiality of information

Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Industry:Banking / Financial Services / Broking

Functional Area:Financial Services, Banking, Investments, Insurance

Role Category:Investment Banking

Role:Corporate Advisory Manager

Employment Type:Permanent Job, Full Time

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Company Profile

National Payments Corporation of India society
National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) is the newly established company promoted by banks of India with an objective to build robust and state of the art national level retail electronic payment system infrastructure in the country
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