• Web
  • Humsa
  • Videos
  • Forum
  • Q2A
rabia shakeel : meri dua hai K is bar imran khan app is mulk k hukmaran hun To: suman(sialkot) 4 years ago
maqsood : hi how r u. To: hamza(lahore) 4 years ago
alisyed : hi frinds 4 years ago
nasir : hi To: wajahat(karachi) 4 years ago
khadam hussain : aslamoalikum pakistan zinsabad To: facebook friends(all pakistan) 5 years ago
Asif Ali : Asalaam O Aliakum . To: Khurshed Ahmed(Kashmore) 5 years ago
khurshedahmed : are you fine To: afaque(kashmore) 5 years ago
mannan : i love all To: nain(arifwala) 5 years ago
Ubaid Raza : kya haal hai janab. To: Raza(Wah) 5 years ago
qaisa manzoor : jnab AoA to all 5 years ago
Atif : Pakistan Zinda bad To: Shehnaz(BAHAWALPUR) 5 years ago
khalid : kia website hai jahan per sab kuch To: sidra(wazraabad) 5 years ago
Waqas Hashmi : Hi Its Me Waqas Hashmi F4m Matli This Website Is Owsome And Kois Shak Nahi Humsa Jaise Koi Nahi To: Mansoor Baloch(Matli) 5 years ago
Gul faraz : this is very good web site where all those channels are avaiable which are not on other sites.Realy good. I want to do i..... 5 years ago
shahid bashir : Mein aap sab kay liye dua'go hon. 5 years ago
mansoor ahmad : very good streming 5 years ago
Dr.Hassan : WISH YOU HAPPY HEALTHY LIFE To: atif(karachi) 5 years ago
ishtiaque ahmed : best channel humsa live tv To: umair ahmed(k.g.muhammad) 5 years ago
Rizwan : Best Streaming Of Live Channels. Good Work Site Admin 5 years ago
SECP issues draft licensing, corporate governance rules
Source: The Nation | 10-04-2013

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has issued draft licencing and corporate governance regulations for non-profit associations to seek public’s feedback.

The SECP has the mandate given by its enabling law to register and licence non-profit associations as limited liability companies. With the issuance of draft regulations, an effort has been made to consolidate the licencing policy as pronounced through various circulars issued from time to time. Another objective behind the issuance of the draft regulations is to bring in improvements in the requirements and procedures, related to the licencing of non-profit associations so as to ensure more logical checks in identifying genuine applicants for formation of corporate NGOs.

The proposed regulations shall apply only to companies licenced under Section 42, hence companies licenced under Trade Organization Ordinance, are outside the scope of the regulations. The regulations specify prescribed form and documents for making application for seeking licence under Section 42 whereas promoters/ directors are required to have sufficient skills, knowledge and experience and majority of whom shall have independent background. Various conditions have been proposed for ensuring objectivity and transparent functioning of the NGOs after the grant of licence.

The regulations also propose provisions for better corporate governance of the licenced NGOs. According to the regulations, the board shall have a balance of executive and non-executive directors, including independent directors and those representing donors with the requisite skills, competence and knowledge. The executive directors and those representing donors shall not be more than one-third of the elected directors including the chief executive. The regulations also provide a liberal regime for small NGOs without compromising the essential requirements suggested for making their operations more transparent.

The proposed regulations are expected to bring in more transparency in utilisation of donations and funds by the associations causing increased confidence of national and international donors. The regulations require licenced NGOs to appoint chief financial officer, company secretary and chief internal auditor, and define their respective roles. The regulations also require NGOs to implement proper corporate financial reporting framework and to certify about secretarial compliance of all the requirements of the 1984 Companies Ordinance and the regulations.

The proposed regulations have been published in official gazette vide SRO 301 301(I)/2013 to solicit stakeholders’ comments before finalisation. The draft regulations have been also placed on the SECP website for systematic gathering of public comments and suggestions. 


Related News
Latest News
Source: Dunya News | 06-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 06-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 05-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 05-05-2014