What is outbound investment structuring?
1. Investment upto 400% of the net worth.
2. Valuation requirements to be complied with to valuation of investment.
3. Indian companies are not in RBIs caution list.
4. Submission of APR in respect of all overseas investment.
5. Certain additional requirements are also to be complied with if the indian company is engaged in providing financial services.
6. Also, the foreign companies engaged in providing financial services.
7. Also, the foreign companies engaged in real estate, trading in TDRs, and banking business required prior approval of RBI.
2. JV private equity funding.
3. Bilateral Agreements.
4. Tax Efficiency.
5. Ease of entry and exit.
6. Overseas listing.
2. Advice and assistance on cross border investment strategies including suggestions for obtaining optimal ownership structures for investing into a particular jurisdiction.
3. Assist in finalising and review of shareholders, joint venture and other business agreements and arrangements from tax perspective.
4. Identify and enhance tax and fiscal benefits including obtaining tax ruling in the selected jurisdiction.
5. Advice on credit claim in India and aso tax treaty implication.
6. Assist in obtaining approval from RBI and also from the regulatory authorities.