Due to India’s booming industries, its huge consumer market made it an ideal destination for foreign investors hoping to extend their commercial ventures elsewhere. Subsidiary registration in India is a complex process, involving compliance with government regulations, tax laws, and corporate governance norms. Starting a subsidiary company in India is a strategic decision that comes with multiple legal hurdles and regulatory requirements. This article will help to reveal the specifics of the Indian Subsidiary Company Registration – so just catch up with us to see how it works!
In India, Budget Day is an eagerly anticipated event, with businesses and the public keenly awaiting announcements of schemes and initiatives that could impact them. However, this year, due to the upcoming elections, Budget 2024 has been replaced with an Interim Budget. Nevertheless, the public’s expectations were met as the honourable Union Finance Minister, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, presented her sixth consecutive budget, ensuring continuity in plans and benefits.Continue reading “INTERIM BUDGET 2024-25”
As a foreign company, expanding your business to India can be a smart move. With its large and growing economy, India offers a wealth of opportunities for businesses of all sizes. One way to establish a presence in India is by incorporation of foreign subsidiary in India.Continue reading “Incorporation of Foreign Subsidiary in India”
In this article, we shall take you through all the Mandatory Compliances that are applicable on a Subsidiary Company, at different points of time, during the year.
A subsidiary company is any company, where 50% or more of its share capital is owned by a company that is incorporated in another foreign nation. The said foreign company is called the holding company or the parent company. Subsidiary Companies, being registered in India, are governed by Indian laws, like any other Indian company.Continue reading “Compliances for Subsidiary Companies In India”
Although Private Limited Company is the most popular form of starting a business, there are various compliances which are required to be followed once your business is incorporated.
Managing the day to day operations of your business along with complying the corporate laws can be little taxing for any entrepreneur. Hence, it is essential to take help of a professional and also understand such legal requirements to ensure timely fulfilment of compliances, without any levy of interest or penalty.