Foreign Company Subsidiary

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A Foreign Company Subsidiary is a separate legal entity established by a foreign company to conduct business activities in India. It is wholly owned or controlled by the foreign company.

Any foreign company intending to establish a wholly-owned subsidiary or a subsidiary with majority ownership in India can register a Foreign Company Subsidiary.

Key requirements include approval from the RBI or Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB), submission of incorporation documents, appointment of directors, and compliance with Indian tax and regulatory laws.

Foreign Company Subsidiaries can engage in various business activities permitted under Indian laws, subject to compliance with regulatory requirements.

Foreign Company Subsidiaries must adhere to Indian company laws, maintain proper accounting records, file annual returns, and comply with Indian tax regulations.

No specific minimum capital is mandated, but the chosen capital should be sufficient to support initial operations.

At least two directors are necessary, with at least one resident director in India.

Yes, Foreign Company Subsidiaries can repatriate profits outside India after paying applicable taxes and obtaining approval from the RBI.

Yes, a Foreign Company Subsidiary can be wholly owned by the parent company, or it can have majority ownership, depending on the strategic objectives of the parent company.

There is no specific validity period for a Foreign Company Subsidiary registration. It continues to exist until it is voluntarily dissolved or struck off by regulatory authorities.

The registration process for a Foreign Company Subsidiary usually takes around 4 to 6 months, subject to approval from regulatory authorities and timely submission of required documents.

Company Avenue Advisory offers expert guidance and support throughout the Foreign Company Subsidiary registration process, including regulatory approvals, documentation, compliance, and liaison with regulatory authorities, ensuring a seamless registration process.

Subsidiaries must comply with Indian company law, tax regulations, and industry-specific compliance requirements.

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