Date and Time:
February 2, 2018 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Hotel Orchid, Mumbai, India
Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA) is the gateway legislation of India for Inbound and Outbound Investments. The magnitude and complexity of the FEMA needs to be understood well before playing in Indian financial markets.
The Reserve Bank of India recently replaced the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident Outside India) Regulations, 2000 with Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident Outside India) Regulations, 2017 and the revised regulations are effective immediately from the date of its publication, i.e. 7th November 2017.
APC’s full day seminar will identify and throw light on various issues related to FEMA Compliances and FDI Regulations.
Topics being covered:-
OVERVIEW – FEMA 1999
- Recent Amendments & Developments
- FEMA Structure
- Transactions – Current & Capital Account
- Regulatory Setup – DIPP, FIPB, RBI etc.
- External Commercial Borrowings
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REGULATIONS
- FDI Policy
- FDI in LLP
- FDI in Partnership Firm/Sole Proprietary
- FDI in Private Limited
- FDI in small scale Industry
- Entry Routes and Eligible Entities
- Transfer of Shares
- Indirect Foreign Investments
- Reporting & Remittance
OVERSEAS DIRECT INVESTMENT
- Eligible Investors and General Prohibition
- Overseas Direct Investment by Corporate/Partnership Firms & Individuals
- Routes for ODI by Indian Parties
- Disinvestments in JV/WOS
- Investment by Resident Individuals & Other Aspects
- Bomi F Daruwala
Designated Partner, Vaish Associates Advocates
- Arti Narsana
Principle Associate, Vaish Associates AdvocatesHotel Orchid, Mumbai