About FDI Compliance
In countries where funds are not so readily available for the conduct of business, FDI or foreign direct investments are allowed. These investments provide an easy infusion of funds and help in building the economy of the nation.
In India, Foreign Direct Investment policy is regulated under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 governed by the Reserve Bank of India. According to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an investment of 10% or above from overseas is considered as FDI.
Since FDI involves a foreign entity infusing funds into the Indian business eco-system, hence compliance modalities have to be taken care of perfectly. Companies like us provide a service where you can outsource your FDI compliance work to us.
Features of Sole Proprietorship
Here is the list of important compliance to be followed under the provisions of FEMA:
- Annual Return on Foreign Liabilities and Assets
- Annual Performance Report (APR)
- External Commercial Borrowings
- Single Master Form (w.e.f. 30.06.2018)
- Advance Reporting Form (ARF)
- Form FC-GPR
- Form FC-TRS
- Form ODI
We provide assistance with all of them.
FDI Compliance Pricing
We offer this service as an annual retainer as meeting the compliance standards is an ongoing process. Please connect with us to discuss the commercials.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Here are the answers to the commonly asked questions:
Absolutely, if you are a company funded by a foreign entity then you must meet the FDI compliances.
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