Korgaonkar K A
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Dear All,
My company is merging in this month. so I have to make the salary in one company. My question is that what is the procedure for pf & esis. What Document need to submit & how can take the new no or same no. will continue for members

From India, Mumbai
It will depend on the scheme of amalgamation approved by CLB & the High Court. Pls check the new Certification of Incorporation issued by ROC post merger.
If X company is merged with Y company. you need to continue the PF no.of Y company & get all the X company accounts transferred to Y company by filling Form 13.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Vinayak_0,

I would just like to continue and elaborate Mr. Dixon.

Upon merger, ROC issues fresh certificate of incorporation. If there is a change of name, that is also incorporated accordingly in this certificate.

You will have to make all compliance under this new entity upon merger i.e. Company Y (supposing there is no name change) or Company YX (supposing name change as YX).

Names of all the employees from both companies will be borne on the muster roll of Company Y (or of Company YX as the case may be).

PF, you will have to inform this change to EPFO in Form 5A.

Employees from Company X, you will allot them fresh PF numbers in Company Y (or of Company YX as the case may be) in sequence treating them new joiners for this purpose and upload the ECR accordingly. Then, in due course of time you will apply for transfer of PF accumulations in Form 13.

As regards to ESI, in the portal you will submit Form 1. You will also register the employees (IP) from Company X by choosing the option- IP is already registered and accordingly upload the file for contribution.

From India, Mumbai
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