The minimum authorized capital for a Private Limited Company in Pakistan is Rs. 100,000. This amount is specified in the Companies Act, 2017.
It’s worth noting that the minimum authorized capital for a Private Limited Company is not the same as the paid-up capital, which is the amount of capital that the company has actually raised from shareholders. The paid-up capital is typically lower than the authorized capital, as the company may not have issued all of the shares that it is permitted to issue.
The minimum authorized capital requirements for a Private Limited Company in Pakistan may be increased or decreased by a resolution of the shareholders, subject to the approval of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP). It is important to check the specific requirements and procedures for increasing or decreasing the authorized capital of a Private Limited Company in Pakistan.