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Advantages of Indian Subsidiary Registration in India

·         Foreign Direct Investment in India
The FDI is permitted 100% for the expanding development of the businesses in India without any prior approval. Notwithstanding, in the matter of Proprietorship, Partnership and LLP require prior Government approval for FDI.

·         Limited Liability
The liability of the members and the directors are strictly restricted to their shares in the company. Along these lines no part or Director is answerable for any misfortune/loss endured by the company.

·         Perpetual Succession
The perpetual succession is continued existence of the company that means any changes in members such as death, bankruptcy, exit, transfer, etc. do not affect the existence of the company.

·         Loans
The wholly-owned subsidiary company in India can borrow funds in the form of loans from the financial institutions from Indian Banks and Indian Financial institutions.

·         Separate Legal Entity
It is separate legal Entity. Accordingly, Foreign subsidiary company has the capacity to sue and can be sued.

·         Invest in real estate
Pursuant to the incorporation of the Foreign Company therefore it is permitted to buy invest in real estate  in India.

What Documents required?

·         PAN card details of all directors and shareholders for Indians and for Foreign national Passport

·         Address Proof of all directors and shareholders

·         Identity Proof such as Aadhar Card/ Driving License/ Voter Id of all designated directors or partners and shareholders

·         Passport and Photographs of all directors and shareholders

·         DIN or Directors Identification Number of designated directors or partners

·         DSC or Digital Signature Certificate of directors

·         (MOA) Memorandum of Association and (AOA) Article of Association of the Company

·         A No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the landlord who owns the property of the business place

·         Incorporation certificate issued by the foreign government

·         Resolution from foreign companrequired for opening the subsidiary company in India along with mentioning the name of authorize representative.

·         For residential proof such utility bills such as telephone/ water/ gas/ electricity bill as of the registered office.

Upon receipt of above documents, we will advise you the notarization and app

Minimum Requirements of Indian Subsidiary Registration

·         Capital:
No minimum capital required to form a Indian Subsidiary Company in India.

·         Directors:
Minimum two directors are required for incorporation of the Company in case of Private Limited. However atleast one director should be a resident of India.

·         Shareholders:
Indian Subsidiary Company must have minimum  two shareholders. Shareholders can be either individuals or any entity or a combination of both.

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