By Anup Koushik Karavadi
The task of enacting a new law to regulate companies in India is complete. The Companies Act, 2013, (“New Act”) in its new avatar, mirrors several changes when compared to the law contemplated under the Companies Act, 1956 (“Old Act”). It brings in a whole new set of expected and unexpected changes to the existing regime governing Indian company law. Unde...
By Sumeet Khurana
A person resident of India under the Income-tax Act, 1961 (‘the IT Act’) is liable to tax in India on his global income [see end note 1]. The resident, when transacting with its Associated Enterprise (AE) is obliged to offer to tax, the income arising
Dated: Sep 27, 2016
Affiliates of Multi National Enterprises (‘MNEs’), in the recent past, are moving more towards functioning independently from their parent, operational and financial. The freedom given in managing their own affairs in growing economies like India, has helped the affiliates to grow faster in the local markets. However, ...
28th March, 2012
The Companies Bill, 2011 seeks to introduce concepts like e-governance, class action suits and one person companies. Provisions have also been made to create greater accountability and transparency in operation and management of companies in India.
The seminar is intended to throw light on key concepts of proposed legislation. It will focus on the proposed changes and th...
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