Register an Indian Subsidiary

Establish a business in India as most popular organisation structure

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Many foreign businesses want to establish themselves in India in order to tap into the country’s fastest-growing market. According to the FDI Policy, the Companies Act of 2013 offers a mechanism for foreign businesses to establish corporations in India by investing in the stock. These businesses are referred to as Indian Subsidiary Companies.

According to the Companies Act of 2013, a company that is controlled (by more than 50%) or managed by another company, i.e., its parent company established outside the nation, is considered to be an Indian subsidiary company.

The Parent Company may own all or a portion of the Paid Up Share Capital of such a Company. Wholly Owned Subsidiary refers to a company whose Paid Up share Capital is 100% owned by the Parent Company, whereas Subsidiary Company refers to a company whose Paid Up share Capital is only partially owned.

FDI in private limited enterprises is permitted under the conditions of the Indian FDI Policy. There are two categories for categorization: automatic route and approved route. Prior to forming the company, it is important to research the industry in which the investment will be made and to comply with all FDI regulations.

Benefits of foreign company registration in India

Limited Liability

Because the liability of the Members is restricted to the amount of capital they have put in the Company, they cannot be held personally liable for it. Additionally, because the Company is a legal entity, it is distinct from its Members and Directors.

No minimum Capital Required

No minimum capital is needed to incorporate a foreign company, and the capital structure can later be changed to better suit the company's needs as it grows.

Separate Legal Entity

Once an entity is registered it is born in the eyes of law which means it is separate from its owners, Directors, Managers, shareholders and employees etc. The dissolution of the Parent Company does not affect the life of its Subsidiary. 

Increase in security

Customers become more trustworthy and confident, which ultimately leads to an increase in investment from investors. Employees want to work for Private Limited Companies, and vendors feel comfortable extending credit.

Easy availability of funds

The easier accessibility of cash from venture capitalists, financial institutions, and angel investors who give more transparency has increased the breadth of the expansion.

Increase in FDI

attracting foreign direct investment to India while taking into account the sectoral cap and the government's instructions, with or without clearance.


Documents required to register an Indian Subsidiary

PAN Cards of the Proposed Company’s Directors and Members Passports for Foreign Nationals

The director and the nominee must provide address proof (a recent bank statement or utility, phone, or mobile bill).