AITA can facilitate a custom tailored solution for you organisation to select the right company structure and advise on the selecting the right partners for accounting/audit and taxation services.

Foreign investors, including companies seeking to enter or already operating in India, are required to have a clear understanding of the Indian legal and regulatory enviornment.

An overview of Indian laws and rules that would apply to a foreign investor in India is given in the section that follows.

Businesses are looking to expand their operations or enter the Indian markets to benefit from India’s competitive advantage. The Companies Act of 2013 governs these types of organisations, and registration is essential. The AITA offers all requirements for company establishment in India.

We offer a comprehensive, effective solution for creating and running your local legal entity. Trust our local team of legal professionals to guide you through the full process of starting a business and obtaining a corporate bank account, as well as to help you understand the many categories of legal entities.

  1. Company Formation
    The legal process of incorporation results in the creation of a company or corporate entity. The assets and owners of the company are legally kept separate thanks to a corporation.
  2. Corporate Governance
    Corporate governance is the process of ensuring a company’s or corporate entity’s legal compliance and good standing. It is crucial to follow local laws and ordinances to prevent fines and penalties.
  3. Company Accounting
    A legal entity’s company books, which must be kept current, serve as the official record of its history and constitution. There is information available regarding an entity’s ownership, management, and corporate governance.
  4. Legal Compliance
    A Legal Representative acts as the official signatory and legal representative of a company in all business dealings. They are required by law to preserve the viability and reputation of the company.
  5. Fiscal Domicile
    A company’s fiscal domicile is its registered office. The mailing address provided in the public record is where all official government and legal correspondence should be sent.
  6. Tax Identifier
    A unique tax identification number (UTIN) is given to a corporation so that it can be recognized by governmental bodies for taxation and other legal purposes.