THE NEW FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT NORMS FOR INSURANCE INTERMEDIARIES
INDIA’S CABINET LIBERALIZES THE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REGIME
IMPACT OF THE NEW REPORTING REQUIREMENTS UNDER INDIA’S FOREIGN INVESTMENT REGULATIONS AND COMPANY LAW
A YEAR ON, THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA NOTIFIES REGULATIONS ON CROSS BORDER MERGERS
INDIA EASES FOREIGN INVESTMENT NORMS IN SINGLE BRAND RETAIL TRADING, CIVIL AVIATION AND OTHER KEY SECTORS
THE IMPACT OF INDIA’S 18/25 CAP ON INDEMNITIES IN CROSS-BORDER M&A TRANSACTIONS
INDIA – CROSS-BORDER MERGER PROVISIONS NOTIFIED
The erstwhile Companies Act, 1956 (the “1956 Act”) contained provisions for the merger of a foreign company with an Indian company but not vice versa. The Companies Act, 2013 (the “ 2013 Act”) made a significant change and introduced enabling provisions for merging an Indian company into a foreign company. The provisions relating to both inbound and outbound mergers along with the corresponding amendments to the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016, have been notified on April 13, 2017.