• An investment made by a company or entity based in one country, into a company or entity based in another country is called Foreign Direct Investment.
  • Open economies with skilled workforces and good growth prospects like India tend to attract larger amounts of foreign direct investment than closed, highly regulated economies.
  • The investing company may make its overseas investment in a number of ways - either by setting up a subsidiary or associate company in the foreign country, by acquiring shares of an overseas company, or through a merger or joint venture
  • Due to globalization, the importance of FEMA/ RBI Compliance has increased manifold. It include chartered Accountants Certification for transactions prescribed in the FEMA/ RBI regulations, making prescribed applications to Reserve Bank of India for various FEMA and RBI regulated transactions, advisory services related to FEMA / RBI matters.


  • Compliance with FDI regulations and getting regulatory approvals
  • Compliance of the procedure including Chartered Accountants’Certification for repatriation of income/assets from India
  • Transfer of shares from Indian resident to non-resident. Etc.

Flow Chart showing the Process of Reporting the Foreign Direct Investment to RBI as per regulations under FEMA Act

LLP registration in Hyderabad