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FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) Consulting – India Entry Strategy

Pioneer One offers refined and top notch Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) consulting services for investing in India. Many MNCs, investors, entrepreneurs, and business corporations have availed our fdi consultancy and legal services for making FDI in India. We offer expert guidance and advices in all aspects of FDI in manufacturing, telecom, software, services sector, trading, exports and imports, etc,.

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What We Do

Entry routes for investment – automatic & approval

Pioneer One offers comprehensive services and consultancy to foreign investors in facilitating the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in almost all sectors. We help them and guide on the issue of holding minority or majority stake in most of the sectors, be it manufacturing, telecom, software, services sector, trading, export-import to name a few.

Prohibited & permitted sectors advisory

FDI is restricted in india based on the business sector, in some sector 100% FDI is allowed(Food processing, IT and IT enabled services, etc.), in some FDI investment cap / limit is enforced( ex: banking sector) and in some it is completely prohibited(Lottery, chit funds, etc.).  Our experts are up to date with all FDI related changes and updates so that we can provide valuable insights and advisory to our clients.

Caps & conditions on investment

The erstwhile Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has been phased out . In the automatic route, foreign entities do not need the prior approval of the government to invest. However, they have to inform the RBI about the amount of investment within a stipulated time period. In the government route, any investment can be made only after the prior approval of the government. Various other conditions as defined in the consolidated FDI policy are applicable to various sectors. In specific sectors, the FDI is prohibited and  and in many sectors there are caps on the percentage of investment through FDI

Reporting & Addressing Violations

An Entity must report FDI inflow to the Foreign Exchange Department, Reserve Bank of India, within 30 days from the date of receipt of share application money / amount of consideration from the foreign investor. The report must be submitted to the Regional Office of the Reserve Bank of India under whose jurisdiction the entities Registered Office is located via Advance Reporting Form with complete details.

Remittance & repatriation advisory

Remittance and Repatriation come under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA)- 1999, which regulates all transactions involving foreign exchange. It is aimed at making payments and trade easier. However, due to various conditions, frequent changes, procedural requirements, ambiguity, subjectivity in interpretation, lack of knowledge or experience, etc., they are not property utilized. We have highly experienced and motivated experts who provide practical advice and deep insight in remittance and repatriation.

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