3.2.4-Companies (Issue of Global Depository Receipts) Rules, 2014
4. Conditions for issue of depository receipts. –
(1) The Board of Directors of the company intending to issue depository receipts shall pass a resolution authorising the company to do so.
(2) The company shall take prior approval of its shareholders by a special resolution to be passed at a general meeting:
Provided that a special resolution passed under section 62 for issue of shares underlying the depository receipts, shall be deemed to be a special resolution for the purpose of section 41 as well.
(3) The depository receipts shall be issued by an overseas depository bank appointed by the company and the underlying shares shall be kept in the custody of a domestic custodian bank.
(4) The company shall ensure that all the applicable provisions of the Scheme and the rules or regulations or guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India are complied with before and after the issue of depository receipts.
(5) The company shall appoint a merchant banker or a practising chartered accountant or a practising cost accountant or a practising company secretary to oversee all the compliances relating to issue of depository receipts and the compliance report taken from such merchant banker or practising chartered accountant or practising cost accountant or practising company secretary, as the case may be, shall be placed at the meeting of the Board of Directors of the company or of the committee of the Board of directors authorised by the Board in this regard to be held immediately after closure of all formalities of the issue of depository receipts:
Provided that the committee of the Board of directors referred to above shall have at least one independent director in case the company is required to have independent directors.