FEMA Valuation / FEMA Consultants
FEMA regulates foreign exchange transactions in the country. It covers operational and administrative part of transactions taking place in foreign currency. These transactions can be either capital account or current account. The capital transaction alters assets and liabilities of a person such as investment in foreign securities or immovable property outside involving a person resident in India. All transactions not altering assets or liability are referred as current account transaction. Examples: Expenses related to foreign travel, payments in foreign trade, expenses of parents, spouse, or children residing abroad, etc.
All transactions under FEMA are to be carried out in accordance with the regulatory framework laid down by RBI.
CCV provides assistance in transactions under the purview of FEMA and regulatory framework of RBI. Our Services encompass entire gamut of laws regarding foreign exchange includes assistance in obtaining FIPB approvals for inflow and outflow of foreign investments. We have assisted Indian as well as overseas companies in all aspects of FEMA.