In present time of developed and fast-growing economies, the NBFCs play an influential and vital role in between the investors and borrowers and the banking and financial sector, in most of the countries, in all around the world. These Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) are becoming fast becoming an effective complementary to the banking and financial sector, in most of the developed and developing nations, including India. Hence, our law firm which has been offering all necessary legal services to the commercial and corporate sectors in India and abroad essentially provides expert support for nbfc registrations worldwide. In ours this article, we will deal especially with the nbfc registration in India; the nbfc registration procedure and rules followed in India, are described in the section below. But, before going on further, elucidation over the NBFC will be much appreciated. The non-banking financial companies, are the business companies other than those in the financial and banking sectors, that deal principally with loans, leasing, hire-purchases, insurances, deposits, investment funds, instruments of the capital and money markets, etc. Both financial and transactional services are provided by these NBFCs in direct and indirect ways to support people, entities, and investors.