Cross-Border Practice

The firm’s international tax team plays an integral role in its cross-border practice and is particularly recognized for its innovative approach to tax structuring. Our tax consultants have extensive experience and we are known for our strategic and creative tax planning and structuring advice, particularly in relation to cross-border transactions. We advise clients in structuring complex transactions and developing unique business models. The firm specializes in advising clients on various direct tax matters, corporate tax, and double taxation avoidance agreements including advising on benefits available to entities incorporated in countries considered as tax heavens based on the global benefits of avoidance of double taxation treaties between India and other countries and also advising on offshore investments with a view to Indian taxation laws.
Advising and assisting MNCs to establish their place of business in India especially with regard to entry strategies and tax structuring.
Due diligence exercises – both legal and financial.
Drafting and vetting foreign collaboration agreements (investment and technology transfer) including advising the clients on terms and conditions of collaboration visa a viz. the Government of India’s sect oral policy on foreign investments.
Representing and assisting foreign clients in obtaining approval from secretarial for Industrial Assistance (SIA)/Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) for inbound investment in India.
Advising and assisting the clients in complying with various procedural formalities of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) prescribed under Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 as also the Companies Act, 1956 for inbound investment in India.
Compliance with various procedural formalities of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) prescribed under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 with regard to outbound investment from India. We assist in formation of a joint Venture/wholly owned subsidiary overseas through our associates and consultants practicing in the respective region.