Foreign Direct Investments (FDI)

India is one of the fastest growing economies of the world. It has been ranked among the top 10 attractive destinations for inbound investments. Over the years, the regulatory environment in terms of foreign investment has been consistently eased to make it investor-friendly.

We at Balakrishna and Co are providing services to overseas companies from different countries, such as USA, UK, Canada, South Africa, South America, Australia, France, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Japan, Spain, etc. In case you need our services, please write to

We provide the following services under FDI –

  • Consulting on Foreign Direct Investments in India with reference to the latest FDI policies and measures, structure of the entity
  • FDI documentations – obtaining approvals and filing returns with Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
  • Compliance with respect to Company formation, allotment shares, transfer of shares, etc
  • Advise on taxation and repatriation of profits and capital
  • Consulting and documentation in External Commercial Borrowings (ECB)

Based on our past experience, we have short listed the most commonly asked questions by the companies regarding FDI in India. We are sure the following FAQs will answer most of your questions!

+ Can NGO or Trust get funds under FDI rules?

No. Foreign investment or contributions in Not for Profit companies, Trust or NGO, etc. are subject to provisions of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA). They can’t get money under FDI policy

+ Is there any tax on dividend distribution? Can the dividend be repatriated easily?

Dividends are freely repatriable without any restrictions (net after tax deduction at source or Dividend Distribution Tax)

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  • Ph: 9845721255 / 9448080886,
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  • Balakrishna & Co|Chartered Accountants,
  • # 24,3rd Floor, Above State Bank of India,
  • 10th Cross, Wilson Garden, Bangalore - 27.

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