I would like to take this opportunity to inform and invite you to our upcoming Business Program Cross Border Investments- Evolving Regulatory and Tax Imperatives with our Knowledge Partner Mohinder Puri & Co., Solicitors and Advocates, scheduled in New Delhi on 25th May at Hotel Crowne Plaza.
This year marks the twenty first anniversary of the dramatic opening up of the Indian economy. In the area of foreign exchange control regulations the country has certainly moved away from an older paradigm of managing scarcity to a more liberalized regime. FEMA has now been in existence for more than a decade. Various experiences (both positive and negative) on the tax and regulatory front have been gathered during this period. There has been a major concern that the application of FEMA to transactions between residents and non residents has been onerous at times. It is as if the functioning of a law, which was aimed at liberalizing has become constraint by excessive regulation. Indian overseas investment policies have been progressively liberalized and simplified to meet the changing need of a growing economy. The new consolidated FDI policy issued by the Government of India in April 2012 (FDI Policy) is aimed to attract more FDI inflows into India.
This program is designed incorporating all the changes in the law upto April, 2012 to have a nuanced debate on the evolving regulatory and tax imperatives.
This one day seminar would focus on the current landscape of Cross Border Investments in India, the consolidated FDI Policy 2012, FEMA Regulations and emerging taxation issues in foreign exchange transactions.
1. Mr. Vikas Vig – Partner, Mohinder Puri & Co. , Chartered Accountants
2. Mr. Aseem Chawla – Partner, Amarchand Mangaldas
3. Mr. Sanjay K. Agarwal – Chairman – Direct Taxes Committee, ICAI
4. Mr. Dipankar Vig – Partner, Mohinder Puri & Co., Solicitors and Advocates
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