FOREIGN EXCHANGE REGULATORY
With the world becoming a global village and India being a hub of opportunities, enterprises are looking at investing in India and tap the ever-increasing Indian market’s potential. Likewise, India’s rich entrepreneurial spirit has driven an increasing number of Indians to look for investment and business opportunities outside India. Whether it’s for setting up businesses, undertaking business reorganisation or investment into financial instruments, understanding the Indian foreign regulatory nuances become an integral part of the entire transaction. India has a well-defined regulatory framework, Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (‘FEMA’) for attracting foreign investment as well as for investing outside India. is
We at KNAV provide a wide range of services to ensure that your transactions are undertaken in a compliant and efficient manner from a foreign exchange control law perspective.
Our key service offerings are:
- Assistance in determining permissibility or otherwise of the prospective transactions under FEMA;
- Advisory on entity structuring for selecting an optimal entry vehicle; and assistance in set up of, or purchase of an existing entity, branch office, joint venture, liaison office, wholly owned subsidiary;
- Advise on capital structuring in the backdrop of foreign exchange regulatory laws, bearing repatriation needs in mind;
- Assist in obtaining approvals from the Reserve Bank of India / Government;
- Assist in preparing and e-filing of various regulatory filings required under the foreign exchange regulatory law;
- Assist in regularizing any past compliance lapses including advising on approaching Compounding authorities
The above services, coupled with our tax (direct as well as indirect) advisory services, business advisory services as well as due diligence services help us provide the client with an end-to-end package, hand holding the client into their entry into India, or their entry into foreign jurisdictions, as the case may be.