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Due Diligence under Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999. By: CA. Sudha G. Bhushan. (Dec, 2013)

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About the Book

 

The law relating to foreign exchange is of great importance to any country. The Foreign Exchange Policy decisions are based on a detailed assessment of the global and domestic macroeconomic situation. In India, the foreign exchange is regulated by the Reserve Bank of India with Department of Policy and Promotion which manages the foreign Investment in India. This book deals with the regulatory framework  of Indian Foreign Exchange laws and discusses in detail the relevant Act, regulations, rules, policies and Government Authorities governing the same. The book provides a deep insight into the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, the Act governing the foreign exchange laws in India. Each aspect of the law has been discussed in great detail.

 

This book is useful for understanding the entity wise regulatory framework of the investments in India, details of the government authorities to be dealt with and compliance requirements of FEMA, 1999. It provides the case studies, checklists and pictorial representations of content for easy understanding. This book would serve the purpose of being a ready reckoner for foreign exchange laws in India and cater to the needs of  professionals especially Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries and Lawyers and MBAs conducting due diligence on companies and also for professionals dealing in investments by NRIs in India, Resident individuals investing abroad, foreign institutional investors, other foreign investors, Indian and foreign companies while entering into cross border transactions like availing of cross border loans or for structuring cross border equity deals etc.

 

The book focuses on the due diligence aspect of FEMA, which is based on the balance sheet approach. This approach makes the due diligence exercise more meaningful, comprehensive and easy to manage.

 Features of the book:

  • Practical guide to due diligence of all entities under FEMA
  • Provisions of FEMA,1999 linked to Balance Sheet
  • Entity-wise approach (including Foreign Venture Capital Investors, NRIs, FIIs)
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Comprehensive checklist of reporting under FEMA
  • Formats of certificate, model agreements, model applications
  • Do’s and Don'ts in relation to Compounding
  • Practical examples and Model Due Diligence Report

Content

 

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999
  • Chapter 2 - Due diligence under FEMA, 1999 - Introduction and approach
  • Chapter 3 - Due diligence - Corporate Entities- Balance Sheet Approach
  • Chapter 4 - Due diligence - Non Resident Indians
  • Chapter 5 - Due diligence - Resident Individual
  • Chapter 6 - Due diligence - Foreign Institutional Investors and Qualified Foreign Investors
  • Chapter 7 - Due diligence - Investment by Foreign Venture capital Investors and Private Equity Firms
  • Chapter 8 - Due diligence - Overseas Direct investment
  • Chapter 9 - Investment in liaison office, Branch office and limited liability partnership
  • Chapter 10 - Appeal and Adjudication
  • Chapter 11 - Compounding under FEMA

 


 

 
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About the Book   The law relating to foreign exchange is of great importance to any country. The Foreign Exchange Policy decisions are based on a detailed assessment of the global and domestic macroeconomic situation. In India, the foreign exchange is regulated by the Reserve Bank of India with Department of Policy and Promotion which manages the foreign Investment in India. This book deals with the regulatory framework  of Indian Foreign Exchange laws and discusses in detail the relevant Act, regulations, rules, policies and Government Authorities governing the same. The book provides a deep insight into the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, the Act governing the foreign exchange laws in India. Each aspect of the law has been discussed in great detail.   This book is useful for understanding the entity wise regulatory framework of the investments in India, details of the government authorities to be dealt with and compliance requirements of FEMA, 1999. It provides the case studies, checklists and pictorial representations of content for easy understanding. This book would serve the purpose of being a ready reckoner for foreign exchange laws in India and cater to the needs of  professionals especially Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries and Lawyers and MBAs conducting due diligence on companies and also for professionals dealing in investments by NRIs in India, Resident individuals investing abroad, foreign institutional investors, other foreign investors, Indian and foreign companies while entering into cross border transactions like availing of cross border loans or for structuring cross border equity deals etc.   The book focuses on the due diligence aspect of FEMA, which is based on the balance sheet approach. This approach makes the due diligence exercise more meaningful, comprehensive and easy to manage.  Features of the book: Practical guide to due diligence of all entities under FEMA Provisions of FEMA,1999 linked to Balance Sheet Entity-wise approach (including Foreign Venture Capital Investors, NRIs, FIIs) Frequently asked questions Comprehensive checklist of reporting under FEMA Formats of certificate, model agreements, model applications Do’s and Don'ts in relation to Compounding Practical examples and Model Due Diligence Report Content   Chapter 1 - Introduction to Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 Chapter 2 - Due diligence under FEMA, 1999 - Introduction and approach Chapter 3 - Due diligence - Corporate Entities- Balance Sheet Approach Chapter 4 - Due diligence - Non Resident Indians Chapter 5 - Due diligence - Resident Individual Chapter 6 - Due diligence - Foreign Institutional Investors and Qualified Foreign Investors Chapter 7 - Due diligence - Investment by Foreign Venture capital Investors and Private Equity Firms Chapter 8 - Due diligence - Overseas Direct investment Chapter 9 - Investment in liaison office, Branch office and limited liability partnership Chapter 10 - Appeal and Adjudication Chapter 11 - Compounding under FEMA       Press Esc to close    

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  • : Due Diligence under Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999. By: CA. Sudha G. Bhushan. (Dec, 2013)
  • : Ca Sudha G Bhushan
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  • : Due Diligence under Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999. By: CA. Sudha G. Bhushan. (Dec, 2013)

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