FDI Policy and Current FEMA Regime
  • Introduction
  • Agenda
  • Experts
  • Venue
  • Partners
  • Registration

Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA) is the gate way 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 new consolidated FDI Policy issued by the Government of India in April, 2014 (2014 FDI Policy) and certain significant changes are made thereafter are    expected to attract more FDI equity inflows into India.

This year marks the twenty third anniversary of the dramatic opening up of the Indian economy. In the area of foreign exchange the country has certainly moved away from an older paradigm of managing scarcity, to a more liberal and flexible regime and at the same time with high punitive action for contraventions.

Indian overseas investment policies have been progressively liberalized and simplified to meet the changing needs of a growing economy. The policy, which evolved as one of the strategies for export promotion and for strengthening economic linkages with other countries, has expanded significantly in scope and size, especially after the introduction of Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999.

This seminar is focused to help the participants understand the following practical issues which are very important for every company, professional, Investor  and banker dealing with India:
(a) FDI Policy of India– Latest Changes & Emerging Issues
(b) Transfer of Equity instruments of Indian companies
(c) Foreign Portfolio Investments
(d) Outbound Investments

This program is designed incorporating all the changes in the law upto 30th September, 2014.

Benefits of Attending :
a) Business Impact
b) Up to date
c) Practical Know-how
d) Expert Analysis

Understand the latest changes in the law
Analyze and interpret the latest changes
Understand the latest changes in the Foreign Direct Investment Policy.

Aid in planning for FDI into India.
Assist in taking precautionary steps while dealing in foreign exchange investment transactions with India.
Help in negotiating Joint Ventures with Indian companies.
Assist in setting up comprehensive policy to meticulously follow the Indian FEMA law.

Who should attend :

  • Prospective Investors

  • Investment Bankers

  • Investment Trusts

  • PE fund Managers

  • High Net worth Individuals

  • Other Finance Professionals

  • Finance Managers

  • Company Secretaries

  • Chartered Accountants

  • Finance Consultants

  • Bankers

Session 1 –   FDI Policy of India– Latest Changes & Emerging Issues

  • The Policy framework

  • Latest Changes

  • Emerging Issues

  • Downstream Investments

  • Round Tripping issues

  • Exotic Options Validity

  • Reporting and Violations

Session 2 –  Transfer of Equity instruments of Indian companies

  • Transfer of ownership or control by residents to non-residents in sectors with caps

  • Transfer by residents to non-residents in sectors without caps

  • Transfer by non-residents to residents

  • Pricing guidelines

  • Documentation guidelines

  • Pledge of shares by non-resident shareholders

  • Reporting  / disclosure  guidelines

Session 3–  Foreign Portfolio Investments

  • Critical Issues

  • Latest Changes

  • Debt Instruments

  • Portfolio Guidelines

Session 4 –  Outbound Investments

  • Latest Changes

  • Multi layered investment structures

  • Emerging Issues

  • Reporting and Violations

P V R Rajendra Prasad P V R Rajendra Prasad Founder and CEO, PnP Consulting (P) Ltd.

Vivanta by Taj – President

90, GD Somani Road, Cuffe Parade
Mumbai -400005

In case of queries, please email us at training@vccircle.com

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