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New Delhi : The income tax department and the ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) have signed a pact to regularly share data, including PAN and audit reports of firms, to crack down on shell companies, the government said Thursday. The pact aims at curbing the menace of money laundering, black money and misuse of corporate structure by shell companies, a finance ministry statement said. The MoU for Automatic and Regular Exchange of Information between was signed between the MCA and Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on September 6 and took effect the same day, it said.
Markets regulator SEBI has ordered forensic audit of three firms—Trinity Tradelink, Info–Drive Software and Edynamics Solutions—which figure among 331 suspected shell companies that are under its scanner.