As part of what economists call the emerging BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries, India is a vast, populous and diverse nation encompassing many different identities, languages, cultures and religions. It is one of the largest economies in the world and when it comes to direct investment, India has become one of the largest recipients; likely owing to its favourable competitive tax rates.
Our India desk team spend a great deal of time in India on business advising and supporting UHY’s Indian clients and, as such, have specialist country knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the Indian business culture. This enables us to provide you with expert professional advice that you can trust, which we will tailor to your unique international expansion plans to help you make the most out of the flourishing Indian market.
You can also benefit from our extensive contact base in India, allowing you access to reputable local advisers, such as lawyers or bankers. In addition, we are familiar with and regularly work alongside our UHY International member firms in India, therefore, we can effectively be a ‘one-stop shop’ for your international expansion plans; a significant benefit that our current clients consider as an added-value of our service.
They can provide you with all of the necessary accounting and business advisory services, including:
- assisting with cross-border business investment;
- entrepreneur and expatriate business executive relocation;
- corporate and personal tax compliance, planning and worldwide structuring;
- audit and accounting for listed companies, large companies and small to medium sized business;
- corporate finance and M&A; and
- corporate turnaround, recovery and insolvency.
Doing business in India guide
Each year, every UHY international member produces a ‘Doing Business’ guide which summarises the key issues and information for investors considering business operations in their country, including procedural issues, local regulations and taxation.
Click the link to download our ‘Doing Business in India’ guide.
The next step
For further information or to arrange a meeting to discuss your specific circumstances, please contact Vinod Vadgama, Head of India desk, either by phone on 020 7216 4606, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.