Your decision to begin your business journey in India starts with the decision of selecting the right business structure to follow. Corpseed Welcomes you to the Indian market, market best suited for maximum return on investment. We respect your decision and want to be a partner in your journey. A partner who can advise you to select the right options for your business structure.
Formation of a subsidiary is undoubtedly a smart and favored means for extending one’s business to foreign countries of choice. With a growth rate of more than 7 %, India is considered to be the most preferred destination for business. While operation from India, one can have access to 1.3 billion population with world's most skilled manpower.
A subsidiary is an entity registered in a foreign nation. For setting up a subsidiary, the parent company must own at least 50% of the subsidiary. When the holding company owns 100% of the subsidiary then the subsidiary is known as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the parent company
A subsidiary is a partially or even a wholly-owned company by another large corporation. This parent corporation must have its headquarters in another country. A subsidiary works as per the laws of the country in which it is incorporated.
The parent company, however, has to carry the financials of the foreign subsidiary on its books. The foreign subsidiary has to obey the laws of the country they are operating in.
For example, IBM India private limited is a subsidiary of IBM.
Private limited company: - This company structure is not open to the public offering but enjoys other benefits over Public Company given by the Companies Act, 2013.
Public limited company: - This company structure is where the public offering is possible but required to comply with few more rules and regulations as compared to Pvt. Ltd as specified by the Companies Act, 2013.
LLP: - This company structure is where the liabilities of partners are limited.
FDI: - 100% Foreign Direct Investment is allowed in many of the sectors without any Government approval
Easy Transferability of Shares to any other person
Access to huge Indian market
Maximum chances to have ROI more than average 7%
Separate Legal Entity to function with and to avail various Govt. Benefits
The subsidiary can acquire, own, enjoy and alienate, property in its own name
Subsidiary requires to file annual return with the Income Tax Department and Annual account audit by a CA is mandatory
If above benefits & Liabilities satisfy your business requirement, then Indian Subsidiary incorporation might best suit your business expansion needs. Now in order to run Indian Subsidiary a little more preparation and planning will definitely go a long way.
Our expert CA / CS will help you to identify the various types of licenses /Registration and permits required to start your Indian Subsidiary structure.
Prepare & file business taxes can be complicated in case of Indian Subsidiary. Our expert CA/CS will help you to prepare and file tax forms correctly with a minimal fee and on time.
Our expert CA/CS will help you in annual audits and compliances to complete on time.
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We'll collect all your documents and file them directly with the authority
You'll receive your completed Indian Subsidiary Company package by an E-mail
Minimum of two directors
1 lakhs shared capital
Minimum of two shareholders
Proof of business
Industry average is up to 45 business days but we have a track record of completing within 30-35 business days unless critical things happen in between the process.
Authorized capital of a Company is the amount of shares a company can issue to its shareholders
Yes, GST registration is mandatory
A registration certificate issued by the registrar of the business is valid until you are meeting applicable rules &compliance
Most of the business in the western side of India located under the boundaries of Gujarat As due to