A business enterprise, whether small/medium/large, is an economic institution engaged in the business of goods and/or services with the object of sustaining continuously and earning profits. There are various forms in which a business may be organized and each form has its own merits and demerits.
CA Sulabh LohiaSulabh is a seasoned Chartered Accountant and Tax Practitioner with more than a decade\'s experience in dealing with various kind of issues involving Corporate Taxation, Corporate Law Matters and FEMA. Sulabh has planned and executed setting up of business in India on behalf of foreign and domestic promoters.
He also has experience in structuring foreign promoters business set ups in India as per country\'s tax and investment policy. He has handled direct tax matters on behalf of various corporations including appearances before appellate tax authorities.
Apart from rendering assistance as regards individual taxation with specialization on Expatriates, NRIs, PIOs; Sulabh also advises start ups and established firms as regards company law matters. His other areas of practice include FDI and FIPB approval, opinion on various matters relating to RBI regulations, planning & advisory on post-incorporation compliance. His articles on corporate law and tax compliance have been published in various newspapers and he regularly appears on various business news channels in his capacity as a tax and corporate law expert.
For further details of his practice, you may also visit www.slohia.com
Anuj PuriAnuj Puri is a New Delhi based independent legal practitioner specializing in the fields of Dispute Resolution and Competition Law. He holds a LL.M. Degree from Columbia University, New York wherein he graduated as Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and was also the recipient of Certificate of Achievement awarded by Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law for specialization in the realm of international and comparative law.
His previous work experience includes a stint with Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co., New Delhi, wherein he advised and represented clients in competition law, arbitration, appellate and transnational litigation.
He is a Competition Law Consultant to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, India wherein he is in charge of training Competition Commission Officials and other Government of India Officers in the realm of Competition Law. He is also a visiting faculty at IIM, Indore wherein he offers two courses on Competition Law for Executives and International Business Dispute Resolution.
He has published several national and international legal articles and is also a regular columnist with Wall Street Journal and Hindustan Times.
For further details of his practice, you may also visit www.anujpurilawoffices.com
DIN is a pre-requirement for every promoter director involved in the formation of company. Process start with obtaining of Provisional DIN through online form DIN-1 Take a print out of Provisional DIN, paste photograph, sign at the prescribed places and send the same to DIN
DSC is a verification tool used for uploading of any document with Registrar of Company . Therefore, DSC is pre-requisite for filing online forms wrt name approval, incorporation documents etc. DSC can be obtained for any one director of the proposed company..
In a business entity, innumerable transactions take place every day, most of them being financial in nature. Correct recording of these transactions is very important for every organization. This not only helps at the time of finalization of accounts but also in the event of scrutiny or demand of information from any authority.
Important regulatory authorities for
investment in india
- Secretariat for Industrial Assistance (SIA)
- Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB)
- The Foreign Investment Implementation Authority (FIIA)
- Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
- Registrar of Companies (RoC)
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