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How to Borrow Money from Abroad?

How to Borrow Money from Abroad?

All business, big or small, operating at a local level or an international level, need funding at some point or another to either sustain the business or extend it. Today, with blurring border lines and globalisation, people are looking at foreign investors for business funding. One main reason for not raising capital within the country is the relatively higher rate of interests. Where a business can get a soft loan from an overseas investor with a fixed interest rate as…

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What Are The Sectors Where FDI Is Not Allowed?

What Are The Sectors Where FDI Is Not Allowed?

Foreign direct investments are monetary inflows into a country by a non-resident or foreign investor. A foreign direct investment is an investment made by an entity that does not reside in the country where the investment is being made. One important characteristic of FDI is lasting interest. Foreign direct investment is, therefore, differentiated by foreign portfolio investment by the notion of direct control. Hence, a prerequisite of FDI is at least 10 per cent voting rights to the foreign investor….

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Methods of Foreign Direct Investment in India

Methods of Foreign Direct Investment in India

Foreign direct investment or FDI is a type of investment where an investor based in another country invests in a business from another country. The main point of difference between foreign portfolio investment and foreign direct investment is the notion of lasting interest. This lasting interest is ensured by giving the foreign investor at least 10 per cent voting rights in the company. FDI is a critical driver of economic growth and is often favoured over other means of external…

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FDI- A Critical Driver of Indian Economy

FDI- A Critical Driver of Indian Economy

Foreign direct investment, in its simplest definition, is a type of investment by a foreign investor, into a business based in another country. One characteristic that differentiates FDI from FPI or foreign portfolio investment is ‘lasting interest’ Therefore, FDI is not just the transfer of funds to a business based in another economic market, it also controlling ownership and an interest into the activities of the business. To ensure controlling ownership, a foreign investor is given at least 10 per…

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How Can Foreign Investors Invest In India?

How Can Foreign Investors Invest In India?

FDI or foreign direct investment is the investment by an entity (individual or firm) based outside the country where the investment in being made. Apart from being a critical driver of economic growth, FDI bring in managerial know how, new job opportunities, an inflow of new technology, tech expertise and also results in improved infrastructure. India opened up the economy in 1991 and ever since then, the government has been introducing several reforms in foreign direct investment or FDI norms…

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