Foreign Direct Investment

India is at present one of the fastest growing economies in the world and as such has become a favorable destination for Foreign Direct Investment. The Foreign Exchange Management Act (F.E.M.A) governs Foreign Direct Investment and exchange control laws in India which  is administered by Reserve Bank of India.
 
We at Gopal Chopra and Associates provide strategic advice and assistance in compliance with various procedures under F.E.M.A:
 
  • Formulating an appropriate investment strategy for companies seeking to invest in and out of  India
  • Advisory for Setting up a Joint Venture / Wholly Owned Subsidiary in & outside India
  • Obtaining investment approvals from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) or the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as applicable for setting up of liaison, branch, project offices, wholly owned subsidiaries, JV companies etc.
  • All FEMA Compliances including Initial shares allotment to foreign company, Transfer of shares by Indian to foreigner or transfer of shares by Foreigners to Indian, or any conditional transfer of shares under Shareholding agreement & FEMA Compliances before and after joint-venture
  • Opinions on various matters under FEMA laws
  • Foreign Residency Services
 

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