FEMA & FDI Policy – Emerging Issues and Recent Development
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India is one of the largest FDI destinations in the world. With the relaxation of foreign exchange restrictions, there has been a significant flow of investments into India. At the same time, Indian businesses have been making investments and acquisitions overseas. With the inbound and outbound investments rising, it is essential to understand the rules, regulations and policies that govern such capital inflows and outflows. All transactions involving foreign exchange fall under preview of Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) read with FDI policy. Also there has been a significant modification in the foreign exchange laws under the new companies act.


VCCircle Training is organizing a one-day training programme on latest trends in FEMA. The one day course will identify the practical issues and help create a broader understanding of the foreign exchange laws and policy in India with details analysis of the impacts of modified laws as per the new companies act.


Why you should attend:

  • To get complete understanding of regulation of Foreign Exchange Transactions

  • To understand critical points relating to entry strategy in India (including downstream investment)

  • Inbound and Outbound investment strategy – recent changes

  • Procedures and hiccups in raising International Finance

  • Discussion over remittances (LRS, NRO account etc)

  • Corporate guarantees , External commercial Borrowings and ESOPs

  • To understand the effect of latest changes brought in by government policies (retail, Civil aviation etc)

  • To understand the AIF regulations and regulations relating to  FVCI , FII in complete clarity

  • To understand how effective and bullet proof FDI policy of India is vis a vis other countries

  • Receive valuable and useful take-away: precedents, checklists, model agreements

Who should attend:


  • Managing Directors

  • Chief Executive Officers

  • CFOs and Finance Executives

  • Finance Managers

  • Chartered Accountant

  • Cost Accountants

  • Private Equity & Venture Capitalist

  • Corporate/General/In-house Counsel

  • VPs & Managers from Legal Departments

  • Company Secretary

  • Commercial and Investment Bankers

  • Law Firms & Business Consultants

  • VPs & Managers from Legal Department

  • Bankers & Foreign Exchange Dealers

Session 1 : Overview of FEMA and FDI Policy

  • Basics (Current and Capital account transactions, Automatic and Approval route, Complete introduction of all rules , regulations and Master circular under FEMA and Changes thereof ,Fuller account Convertibility, Balance of Payment, dividend balancing, Introduction of regulatory setup – DIPP, FIPB , RBI etc)

  • FDI Policy – Recent changes in the FDI policy(Multi Brand Retail Trading, Construction Sector, Civil Aviation).

  • Manner of functioning of Indian FDI policy vis a vis emerging economies. 

Session 2 : Investment Policies

  • Investment in Liaison Office/Branch office/Company /Joint ventures/LLPs – Recent changes and developments

  • FII and FVCI including AIF

  • Drafting of shareholders agreement (brief discussion over relevant clauses)

  • Funding of subsidiaries

  • Key points to be considered while making Downstream Investment

  • Pointers for Valuation of securities (especially convertible debentures)

  • Merger / acquisition– Developments

  • Regulations, Reporting, Compliances and compounding procedures

  • Do and do not’s of investor and investee companies.

Session 3 : Outbound investment policy

  • Recent changes

  • Drafting of agreement

  • Precautions while making an investment

  • Reporting requirements , Compliances and procedures

  • Loan to WOS/pledge of shares

  • Manner , mode and funding of investment

  • Corporate goals sync in foreign territories

  • ESOPs to non - resident employees – practical problem

  • FEMA vis a vis Double taxation avoidance agreement

Session 4 : International Finance

  • External commercial Borrowing –  recent changes

  • ECB vis a vis other mode of financing (domestic finance/ADR/GDR) – cost benefit analysis.

  • Drafting of ECB agreements (points to be considered)

  • Drafting of Corporate Guarantees

  • Trade credit why useful

  • Reporting requirement

  • Corporate Guarantees, Trade credit and structured obligations

Kruti Desai Kruti Desai Partner – Corporate/Commercial, M&A, Private Equity & Employment, ALMT Legal
Shinoj Koshy Shinoj Koshy Head – Corporate Practice, Nishith Desai Associates
Subashini R Subashini R Partner – PE, M&A Banking and Finance, ALMT Legal
Vaibhav Kakkar Vaibhav Kakkar Partner (Regulatory Practices & General Corporate), Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

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Standard Fee: INR 15,000 plus 12.36% Service Tax

Early Bird Discount:20% Discount till 11th Oct.  - i.e. INR 12,000 plus 12.36% (Service Tax)

For more queries speak to Fazal/Raj  on 91-120-4171111/ 91- 9560888566 or write at training@vccircle.com 


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Cheque/DD to be made in favor of: "Mosaic Media Ventures Pvt Ltd" payable in New Delhi to:

Mosaic Media Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
C-125A, Second Floor,
Sector -2, Noida - 201301

Please attach a note with details of the cheque.
Name of the delegate(s), Organization, Designation, Address, Contact No., E-mail ID

You can also directly deposit cash, submit cheque or transfer online to our ICICI Bank a/c:
Account Name: Mosaic Media Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
Account No: 629705014337
Branch Name: Mayur Vihar - Phase 1 
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