Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) was introduced in India in 1999 to facilitate external trade and payments. All transactions involving foreign exchange fall under the purview of the FEMA read with the FDI policy. The Act relaxed foreign exchange restrictions resulting in significant flow of investments into India making it one of the most flourishing FDI destinations in the world. FEMA also encouraged Indian businesses to go for aggressive overseas investment. With these growing inbound and outbound investments, it becomes critical for the forward looking and expanding businesses to understand the magnitude and complexity of the FEMA regulation before they get into any transactions involving foreign exchange.
This daylong intensive workshop is focused on helping the participants understand the technicalities and practicalities for FEMA compliances, along with recent updates and significant changes in the FDI policy.
What to expect:
Mr. K. Parameshwaran is a Post graduate in Foreign Trade and a Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers (CAIIB). He has more than 30 years of work experience with various National and Multinational Banks at senior managerial positions. Currently he is an Associate Professor with S P Jain Institute of Management and Research Mumbai handling International Finance. He is also associated with the BAFT (Washington), Confederation of Indian Industries, Federation of Indian Exporters Organisation, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Paris) India. He is an advisor and trainer for corporate. Conducts regular training programs on foreign trade and finance for MNCs and Banks.
|Hard copy, Soft Copy of Training, Presentation, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Refreshments, Certificate of Merit Attendance||Non Residential Event||35000 INR + GST Per delegate|
*Additional GST of 18% is applicable.