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Remuneration of Director
Managerial Persons covered are Managing Director, Whole-time Director, Part time Directors and managers who shall be paid remuneration in accordance with provisions of Section 197 of the Companies Act, 2013.
The Managerial remuneration is payable to a person's appointed u/s 196 of the Act. The Term remuneration means any money or its equivalent given or passed to any person for services rendered by him and includes perquisites.
1. Value of rent-free or concession accom modation
2. Value any other items provided at free of cost or at concessional rate. .
3. value of securities / sweat equity shares allotted or transferred by the employer or former employer to the employee.
4. a contribution made by an employer to an approved superannuation fund.
5. Value of any other fringe benefit or amenity.
6. Stock options would be part of remuneration for all directors.
1. Based on Profit of the company
2. Based on Shareholders’ recommendations
3. Based on Shareholders’ and Central Government recommendations.
A Public Company can pay remuneration to its directors including Managing Director and Whole-time Directors, and its managers which shall not exceed 11% of the net profit and it may also be noted, when a Company has only one Managing Director or Whole-time Director or manager the remuneration payable shall not exceed 5% of net profits if it is more than one 11% as calculated in a manner laid down in section 198 of the Companies Act, 2013.
Remuneration Payable by a company in case where is no profit or inadequacy of profit without Central Government and to pay remuneration in excess of the above limit is detailed below:
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