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 registering a subsidiary company.
A subsidiary company is a separate legal entity that is owned by a parent company. It operates independently, but is still controlled by the parent company. This allows the parent company to have a presence in India without having to set up a new company from scratch.
The process of registering a subsidiary company in India can be complex, but with the right guidance, it can be a smooth and successful endeavor.
At VenturEasy, we have a team of experts who specialize in helping foreign companies navigate the Indian business landscape. Our services include assistance with subsidiary company registration, compliance with Indian laws and regulations, and guidance on setting up a local office and bank account opening.
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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.
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Private Limited Company Registration is considered to be the most ideal for NRIs, foreign nationals and for foreign entities who want to set up business in India.
According to FEMA guidelines, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is restricted in other types of businesses like Proprietorship, Partnership Firm and One Person Company. Though FDI is permitted under the automatic route in LLPs operating in sectors where 100% FDI is allowed through the automatic route and there are no FDI linked performance conditions. Continue reading “Company Registration for NRIs and Foreign Nationals in India”
We come across various instances when small businesses are not able to sustain in this highly competitive era and prefer to get closed down, rather than running on losses. Many a times, startups prefer closing down a Company when the founder’s drop their business idea in view of an alternate lucrative opportunity.
The Companies Act 2013 provides various modes of closing of Companies. One of such ways is declaring the Company as “Defunct” and getting its name struck out from the records of Registrar. This is a hassle free and easy exit mode provided to Companies, which could not commence their business or are not in operations. Continue reading “How to close a private limited company”
Being a Chartered Accountant and interacting with several entrepreneurs, I found that the most common question bothering startup founders is which business entity to form and what are the compliances of these entities. Hence, there is a need to summarize this essential information in a comprehensive manner and layman terms.
The three most preferred business entities in India – Private Limited Company, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) and One Person Company (OPC) have some important differences in their compliance structure which affect their running costs as well. Continue reading “Compliances for Private Limited Company, LLP and OPC – a clear comparison”