The Corporatization & Compliance Department is responsible for administration
of the Companies Ordinance 1984, and the rules and regulations made there under along with other relevant laws.
Its primary functions include registration of companies, regulating their statutory functions,
and monitoring of corporate compliance through examination of statutory returns and accounts.
These functions are performed by the eight regional offices of the SECP,
the Company Registration Offices (CROs).
The Corporatization & Compliance Department
supervises, coordinates, and monitors the workings of the CROs.