The foreign exchange regulations in India are governed by the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (“FEMA”). The apex foreign exchange regulatory authority in India is the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) which regulates the law and is responsible for all key approvals.
FEMA is not only applicable in India but is also applicable to all branches, offices and set-ups outside India which are owned or controlled by a person resident in India. It also applies to all branches, offices and set-ups in India which are controlled or owned by person resident outside India. FEMA regulates all aspects of foreign exchange and has direct implications on external trade and payments. In this respect we offer following services: