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Starting a business can be exciting and rewarding 🤩, but it can also be daunting 😰, especially when it comes to legal compliance. One of the most critical steps in setting up a private company in Bangladesh is registering it with the relevant authorities. In this blog, we’ve provided a step-by-step guide to registering a private company in Bangladesh 🇧🇩, including the legal requirements and documents needed to comply with Terms of Use and Privacy Policy regulations.

Step 1️⃣: Choose your company name and get it approved

Before registering your company, you need to choose a unique name that reflects your brand and is not already taken by another business. 📝 You can do this by applying to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms (RJSC). Once your proposed name is approved, you can move on to the next step.

Step 2️⃣: Prepare the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association

The Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) are two essential documents that outline the company’s objectives, structure, and rules. 📑 The MOA specifies the company’s scope of business, while the AOA defines its internal governance, including shareholder rights, director powers, and procedures for meetings. You need to prepare these documents and submit them to the RJSC for approval.

Step 3️⃣: Obtain a Tax Identification Number (TIN)

To register your private company, you also need to obtain a Tax Identification Number (TIN) from the National Board of Revenue (NBR). 📈 You can do this by submitting an application to the relevant tax circle office along with the necessary documents, including a copy of the MOA and AOA.

Step 4️⃣: Register with the RJSC

Once you have all the necessary documents and approvals, you can register your company with the RJSC by submitting an application, along with the requisite fees and documents, including the MOA, AOA, TIN, and proof of address. 📄

Step 5️⃣: Comply with Terms of Use and Privacy Policy regulations

In addition to the above steps, it’s also essential to comply with Bangladesh’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy regulations. As a private company, you need to have clear and concise Terms of Use and Privacy Policy statements on your website or app that outline how you collect, use, and protect user data. ❗ Failure to comply with these regulations can result in penalties and legal action.

Registering a private company in Bangladesh requires careful planning, attention to detail, and compliance with legal regulations. By following the above steps and ensuring that you have proper Terms of Use and Privacy Policy statements, you can create a strong foundation for your business and avoid legal pitfalls. 😎

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So, whether you’re a new business owner or an experienced entrepreneur, Shapla Start can do it all for you and you don’t have to worry about anything. 😌 To learn more about how Shapla Start can help you, and to book your free business consultation, visit today! 💻

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