Liberalisation of the FDI Policy

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Audio Webcast | Duration: 60 minutes
3 September 2013 at 3.30pm - 4:30pm (IST)

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The Government has recently liberalized the Foreign Direct Investment Policy in line with the recommendations made by the Arvind Mayaram Committee. The recommendations were approved by the Cabinet of August 1, 2013 and later notified by Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion on August 22, 2013 vide Press Notes 4 to 6 (2013 Series). The amendments in the policy cover both sensitive as well as non-sensitive sectors and certain practical clarifications regarding the retail sector.

Join us for the 60 mins. webcast, where our presenters will discuss in detail on the above topic.


Presenters:

EY - Dev Raj Singh

Dev Raj Singh

Executive Director - Tax & Regulatory Services

Dev Raj is a qualified lawyer and has 28 years of experience including 21 years of experience in Government of India. He specializes in advising multinational clients on inbound investments and obtaining intricate approvals from various Government departments. He has developed a strong and independent relationship with senior policy makers in the Government of India and has played key role in development of policies. He has assisted clients in obtaining intricate approvals / clarifications from Reserve Bank of India, Foreign Investment Promotion Board, and Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Project Approval Board.

EY - Sunil Kumar

Sunil Kumar

Senior Manager - Tax & Regulatory Services

Sunil is a MBA having an experience of over 13 years. He is based out of Gurgaon office and has varied industry experience in tax and regulatory matters. He specializes in advising international clients on Foreign Direct Investments and obtaining intricate approvals from various Government departments. He has handled many exchange control and corporate law health checks & diagnostic reviews for companies with foreign investment and has also been instrumental in suggesting and implementing corrective actions for gaps found.