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Financial Accounting
1
Lecture – 36
Maximum Number of Partners in a Partnership
• There can be a maximum of Twenty partner...
Financial Accounting
2
Lecture – 36
What is the Need to Form a Limited Company?
• Size of Project – The size of project ma...
Financial Accounting
3
Lecture – 36
Limited Companies
• In Pakistan, affairs of Limited Companies are controlled by
COMPAN...
Financial Accounting
4
Lecture – 36
Types of Companies
Types of Companies
Public
Limited Companies
Private
Limited Compani...
Financial Accounting
5
Lecture – 36
Types of Companies
• Private Limited Company:
 Can not ask public at large to invest ...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
• Private Limited Company (Management):
 Minimum two persons are elected from the sha...
Financial Accounting
7
Lecture – 36
Types of Companies
• Public Limited Company
 Restriction mentioned in case of Private...
Financial Accounting
8
Lecture – 36
Types of Public Companies
• Non Listed Company
 A company whose shares are not traded...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
• Name of the Company
 Words and parentheses (Private) Limited are added at
the end o...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Formation of Companies
• Steps in the Formation of a Company:
 Availability of name ...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Formation of Companies
• Memorandum of Association
• Contains Following Information
...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Formation of Companies
• Articles of Association
 A document that contain the polici...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Share Capital
• Authorized Share Capital
 Maximum amount of the capital that a compa...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Preliminary Expenses
 All expenses incurred before the registration
(incorporation) ...
Financial Accounting
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Lecture – 36
Share Capital
• Issued Capital
 The actual amount of capital raised is called Issued...
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MGT101 - Financial Accounting- Lecture 36


Virtual University
Course MGT101 - Financial Accounting
Lecture No 36

Instructor's Name: Mr. Mujahid Eshai
Course Email: mgt101@vu.edu.pk

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MGT101 - Financial Accounting- Lecture 36

  1. 1. Financial Accounting 1 Lecture – 36 Maximum Number of Partners in a Partnership • There can be a maximum of Twenty partners in a partnership firm. • Exceptions – Partnership firms of professional can have more than twenty partners.
  2. 2. Financial Accounting 2 Lecture – 36 What is the Need to Form a Limited Company? • Size of Project – The size of project may be so large that it constantly requires more capital and therefore a large number of persons is required to finance it. • Limited Liability – In a limited company liability of the shareholders is limited to the amount invested in the company through the shares purchased. • Tax Benefits – There are certain tax benefits that a limited company enjoys as compared to a partnership firm.
  3. 3. Financial Accounting 3 Lecture – 36 Limited Companies • In Pakistan, affairs of Limited Companies are controlled by COMPANIES ORDINANCE issued in 1984. • The formation of a company and other matters related to companies are governed by SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OF PAKISTAN (SECP).
  4. 4. Financial Accounting 4 Lecture – 36 Types of Companies Types of Companies Public Limited Companies Private Limited Companies Listed Public Limited Companies Non-Listed Public Limited Companies Note: One Level to appear at a time. In case of any confusion plz contact me.
  5. 5. Financial Accounting 5 Lecture – 36 Types of Companies • Private Limited Company:  Can not ask public at large to invest in its shares.  Can have a Minimum Two and Maximum Fifty members / shareholders.  In case a shareholder decides to sell his shares, his shares are first offered to existing shareholders. If all existing shareholders decide not to purchase these shares, only then an outsider can buy them.
  6. 6. Financial Accounting 6 Lecture – 36 • Private Limited Company (Management):  Minimum two persons are elected from the shareholders to run the affairs of the company. These persons are called directors.  These directors form the Board of Directors of the company.  Head of the board of the directors is called Chief Executive of the company.
  7. 7. Financial Accounting 7 Lecture – 36 Types of Companies • Public Limited Company  Restriction mentioned in case of Private Limited Company do not apply to Public Limited Companies.  Minimum Seven persons can form a limited company. There is no restriction on the number of maximum shareholders in a public limited company.  Minimum number of directors is Seven.
  8. 8. Financial Accounting 8 Lecture – 36 Types of Public Companies • Non Listed Company  A company whose shares are not traded by general public on a stock exchange. • Listed company  Listed companies are those companies whose shares are traded on a stock exchange.
  9. 9. Financial Accounting 9 Lecture – 36 • Name of the Company  Words and parentheses (Private) Limited are added at the end of the name of a private limited company. Example ABC (Private) Limited.  Word Limited is added at the end of the name of a public limited company. Example ABC Limited. Note: both points to appear simultaneously
  10. 10. Financial Accounting 10 Lecture – 36 Formation of Companies • Steps in the Formation of a Company:  Availability of name of the company.  Memorandum and Articles of Association Memorandum of Association
  11. 11. Financial Accounting 11 Lecture – 36 Formation of Companies • Memorandum of Association • Contains Following Information  Objectives of the company.  Place of registered office of the company  Capital of the company.  Division of capital into shares.  Name, addresses and N.I.C. numbers of the persons forming the company.
  12. 12. Financial Accounting 12 Lecture – 36 Formation of Companies • Articles of Association  A document that contain the policies and procedures to run the company.  These are also signed by the persons forming the company.
  13. 13. Financial Accounting 13 Lecture – 36 Share Capital • Authorized Share Capital  Maximum amount of the capital that a company can raise is called Authorized Capital.  Authorized Capital can be enhanced with the prior approval of SECP.  This total capital is divided into smaller denominations called shares.
  14. 14. Financial Accounting 14 Lecture – 36 Preliminary Expenses  All expenses incurred before the registration (incorporation) of the company are called Preliminary Expenses.
  15. 15. Financial Accounting 15 Lecture – 36 Share Capital • Issued Capital  The actual amount of capital raised is called Issued Capital.  It is also called Paid Up Capital.  Accounting entry is recorded for Issued / Paid Up Capital and not for Authorized Capital.

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