Business valuation is the first step to assess the net worth of your business. Our team has an extremely sound understanding of valuation. Our combined experience across different industries, services and geographies helps us understand the scope of the problems that dealmakers face. As such, we are able to offer you complete personalized attention during the valuation phase. We consider several parameters like the revenue cycle, history of the business, business category, nature of the competition, etc. Having taken everything on board, we apply the most suitable approach to evaluate the market value of the company’s assets, future revenue potential and a range of other factors. Our comprehensive approach gives you a valuation report that is unerringly accurate.
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Mergers and Acquisition
In a merger, two companies agree to combine their operations into a single entity and an acquisition entails an entity acquiring a controlling stake in another business or entity. The complexity of M&A transactions demands skilled and dedicated advisors who can recognize threats and prospects, and add value throughout the lifecycle of a deal. On the “sell-side”, we represent sellers on an exclusive basis and manage the entire process of selling a company or one of its business units. We represent companies which have received unsolicited merger proposals or have had discussions/negotiations with third-parties.
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On the “buy-side”, we represent buyers in acquiring a target business. The buyer may be an individual, a company or a private equity group. We initiate the transaction by bringing the potential acquisition idea to the client or by assisting in completing a transaction where the client has an identified target or initiated discussion with potential targets.
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Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA), aims at consolidating and amending the foreign exchange law with an aim to facilitate external trading as well as payments. FEMA is applicable across India as well as across all the branches, agencies and offices outside of India controlled or owned by an individual who is an Indian resident. Investments in business permission routes in India or outside India are basically grouped into 3 segments: Automatic, Approval and Restricted. An automatic route does not require prior approval of the government, whereas approval routes require prior approval of the government. Investments in business are prohibited that fall under restricted segments.
We advise clients about the regulatory requirements for setting up business, office, branch in India and its tax implications.
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Obtaining Import – Export Code ( IEC ) from DGFT
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