Regulatory Services

In one of the fastest growing economies of the world, with a dynamic regulatory environment there is a heightened need for any entity operating in India to understand and ensure due compliance with evolving legislations including the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) 1999, Companies Act 2013 & other applicable laws.

Inbound & Outbound Investments (FEMA / FDI)

Providing advisory & compliance assistance to corporate as well as individual clients – Residents, Non Residents & NRIs.

  • Transaction Structuring & Advice for Inbound & Outbound Investments
  • Assistance in establishment of Indian business entity including Liaison/Branch/Project Offices of foreign companies operating in India
  • Advisory for Setting up a JV / Wholly Owned Subsidiary outside India
  • FEMA / FDI Compliant Valuations
  • Opinions on various matters under FEMA laws
  • Preparation of necessary documentation and obtaining approvals from authorities
  • Foreign Residency & Citizenship Services
  • Ongoing Compliance services

Company Law & Related Matters

  • Setting up of Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships, Joint Ventures, Branch Offices, Project Offices and Liaison offices in India
  • Setting up of trusts, societies, Section 25 companies under provisions of Companies Act 2013
  • Assistance & advise for conversion of entities into Limited Liability Partnerships, Partnerships, Companies as required
  • Assistance & advise in reconstructions including merger, amalgamation and demerger process
  • Assistance & advise for compliance with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Assistance & advise for obtaining Regulatory Approvals from relevant authorities
  • Winding up of Companies under provisions of Companies Act 2013
  • Advisory and Opinions on matters related to Companies Act 2013
  • Assistance & advise for reviewing compliances under the Companies Act 2013

NBFC (Non-Banking Financial Companies) Advisory and Compliances:

  • Assistance in formation of NBFCs;
  • Advisory on NBFC matters under applicable extant regulations
  • Advisory and assistance in Compliance management for CICs (Core Investment Companies)
  • Advisory on applicability of FEMA, ECB framework, investments on NBFCs
  • Assistance and guidance for seeking various approvals from regulatory bodies, if required

Gift City/ IFSC Services

  • Structuring Advise for setting up of entity/office in GIFT City
  • Setting up of Companies/Trusts/LLPs/Branch Offices in GIFT City
  • Assistance & Advice in Obtaining Approvals from GIFT/SEZ/IFSC Authorities
  • Assistance & Advise on inbound investments, outbound investments and fundraising in GIFT City
  • Advise on Regulatory Compliances including FEMA, Corporate Law and IFSC Act

Our Team

Dhruv ChopraDhruv Chopra
Manish GuptaManish Gupta
 Garima Sardana Garima Sardana

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