Mrs. Vinita Nair Dedhia: A Profile

Mrs. Vinita Nair Dedhia

Mrs. Vinita Nair Dedhia holds a degree in Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) from Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai University, Maharashtra, MS(Finance) from ICFAI university and is an Associate Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). She is a Partner in M/s Vinod Kothari & Company, Practising  Company Secretaries. She takes keen interest in company law matters. She is also actively involved in structuring and reviewing of Lease deals.

Vinita has written articles on corporate law related topics which have been published on various websites and magazines. She lectures at various chapters of ICSI and at MSOP on various corporate law matters.

Her expertise lies in the field of Corporate Laws, Corporate Restructuring, Merger/Amalgamation and general corporate advisory matters, incorporation of companies including section 25 companies, FEMA matters and compliances. She is the secretarial auditor of various listed companies.

She has co-authored the book ‘Your Queries on Companies Act, 2013, a Taxmann publication and ‘Comprehensive Analysis on the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2017 published by Book corporation. She has also contributed write ups in the books viz. Understanding Companies Act, 2013, a Taxmann publication and Corporate Boards, Committees and  Policies under Companies Act published by ICSI.


  • Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
  • MS (Finance) 
  • Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI)


  • RBI Guidelines on Private Placement of Debentures by NBFCs – Co-authored with Ms. Nidhi Ladha. Published in . .
  • SEBI implements Kotak Committee recommendations in phases- CPT Taxmann , Volume 41 Issue 14. Click here to view.
  • Cross Border mergers will soon be a reality – CPT Taxman, Volume 41 Issue 15. Click here to view.
  • Decoding FEMA regulations on FDI– Selected for EIRC newsletter April issue. Can be viewed here.
  • MCA notifies 23 sections of C(A) A, 2017– Published on Taxmann website & CPT Volume 42, Issue 3, May 19 to May 25. click here to view.
  • Actionable on enforcement of 23 sections published on, can be viewed here.
  • SEBI strengthens CG norms, amends LODR published on Taxmann website & SCL Volume 147 Issue 3, May 21-May 27, 2017 can be viewed here.
  • Actionable on LODR Amendment Regulations published on, can be viewed here.
  • Company’s ‘Naamkaran’ process simplified. Really? published on can be viewed here.
  • MCA reduces threhold limit for determining SBO published on Taxmann website and CPT
  • SEBI strengthens CG Norms: Amends LODR Regulations published on SCL Taxmann Volume 147 Issue 5, June 4 – June 10, 2018
  • FAQs on SBO published on Taxmann website and CPT
  • SBO Rules in contradiction to Section 90 published on can be viewed here.
  • Entities to report total foreign investment to RBI published on can be viewed here.
  • SBO Rules dilute the intent of Section 90 . Click here to view the article
  • Domestic MF not an investment vehicle under FEMA TISPRO Regulations
  • Revised stringent framework for private placement gets notified. Click here to view
  • Physical to demat: a move from opacity to transparency, can be viewed here.
  • SEBI amends LODR for listing of SRs. click here to view the article.
  • Implementation issues in mandatory demat in case of WOS published on  can be viewed at here.
  • Ambiguity in disclosure requirement of details of promoter group published on Taxmann, CPT can be viewed here
  • RBI consolidates borrowing and lending regulations.Click here to view the article.
  • Identification of SBO in case of GDR published on can be viewed here.
  • Guide to disclosure of SBO to SEBI , click here to view the article
  • Guide to identification of SBO of your Company published on Taxmann
  • Ordinance bans unregulated deposits published on  can be viewed at  here.
  • President promulgates Ordinance to pin down unregulated deposit schemes, click here to view the article.


  • Corporate Laws;
  • Secretarial Audit;
  • FEMA.


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