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Ask the Experts: Suraj Nangia
India Entry Strategy
India Entry Strategy
Suraj Nangia is a Partner in Nangia & Co LLP – One of the Largest Indian Chartered Accountant firms. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant, Lawyer. He is also an Alumnus of The Wharton School, UPENN.
Suraj is second in command of a 250 + professionals firm, Nangia & Co. LLP, a consultancy firm which is today a formidable boutique firm that offers 360 degree services to clients across verticals, helping its clients with India Entry Strategy, Handling complex international M&A Matters, corporate taxation, professional taxation, international taxation, indirect taxation, transfer pricing, litigation support, corporate governance, risk advisory, IFRS services, corporate financial advisory and audit& assurance. Apart from leading Tax, Compliance and M&A practice, Suraj Nangia also handles all financial matters of the firm. Foreseeing the growth opportunity owing to ‘Start-up India’, he started a dedicated practice catering the start-ups in India.
Suraj actively participates in charity events held and has raised funds for ABETO and Childreach India with help of his mountaineering skills. His contributions to the society also includes sponsoring and supporting underprivileged children and women.
Hello Suraj I would like to start a Bistro in Bangalore Question from SHAMIN ALLAMCHUND on 07/03/2018
Yes there is no issue in starting a Bistro in India, Bangalore. The process however, would be to form a 100% company or have a JV with someone (If you have someone interested). The process would entail formation of company, having necessary registrations including FSSAI specifically required for f&b industry and managing all the compliances.
you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you have detailed set of questions
Hello, I am Adams patrick, I will like to invest in your country. all I want is an honest and reliable person who can be my partner. please email me on email@example.com for more details. Best Regards Adams patrick US Army Afghanistan. Question from Adams Patrick on 02/02/2018
thanks for your query. I can totally understand your concern however as advisors it is very tough to determine integrity of a person. We can make sure your investments up to a level are used as per the best possible way by determining certain SOPs however it is very tough to judge a person or company.
We can certainly help perform a detailed due diligence to get some idea.
Dear Sir I Tarikul Islam, a lawyer of Bangladesh. Now i want to start a new company in Kalkata. Shareholder will be 3 or 4 member. Among the shareholders one will be Indian and others are Bangladeshi. Regarding this matter what procedures i have to follow . Pls advice me and your kind co-operation is highly appreciated. Thanks Question from Tarikul Islam on 16/01/2018
To start a company in India you require
- Min 2 shareholders
- Min 2 directors (Including 1 resident Indian director)
- Share capital 1 lakh Rs
You would require
- a CA / CS to do all paperwork
- prepare Memorandum and Articles
- File all forms
- Apply for PAN / TAN in India
- Assistance in opening of bank account
once that is done you can start business in India