Subsidiary In India

Subsidiary In India

Documents required for Subsidiary In India
  • Photograph of all the Directors and shareholders


  • PAN Card of all the Indian Directors and shareholders


  • Apostile ID Proof of all the Directors (Driving License/Passport/Voter ID)


  • Electricity Bill or any other utility bill for the address proof of the Registered Office


  • Passport Size Photograph for all directors / shareholders


  • No objection letter from the Property owner


  • Sale Deed / Property Deed in English
    (in case property owned by Director)


  • Property ownership Document


  • Rental Agreement of office premises


  • Latest Electricity bill copy of the business premises

FAQ's on Subsidiary In India

  • Can a foreign company or foreign national own or start a business in India?

    Yes, a foreign company or foreign national can own or start a business in India by acquiring equity shares of the company. Investment in a Company can be under two routes, automatic route or Government approval route. The automatic route requires no requirement of any prior regulatory approval for investment in equity shares of an Indian business and is allowed in most of the businesses.

  • Can a foreign national be Director of an Indian company?

    Yes, foreign nationals can be Directors of an Indian company after obtaining a Director Identification Number. Director Identification Number for a foreign national can be obtained by applying for the same with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

  • What are the requirements for starting a business in India?

    For a foreign national or foreign company to start a Company in India, the foreign National must have an address for Registered Office in India and one Director on the board, who will be an Indian Citizen and Indian Resident.

  • What are businesses in which foreign nationals or companies cant invest?

    Foreign investment in India in any form is prohibited in businesses engaged or proposes to engage in the following business:
    i) A business of chit fund; or,
    ii) Nidhi Company; or,
    iii) Agricultural or plantation activities (excluding floriculture, horticulture, development of seeds, animal husbandry, cultivation of vegetables, mushrooms, etc., under controlled conditions, services related to an agro & allied sector and tea plantations); or,
    iv) Real Estate business, or construction of farm houses (Does not include the development of townships, construction of residential/commercial premises, roads or bridges); or,
    Trading in Transferable Development Rights (TDRs).

  • Can NRIs or Foreigners hold shares of a Private Limited Company?

    Yes, NRIs / Foreign Nationals / Foreign Companies can hold shares of a Private Limited Company subject to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Guidelines.

  • What is the Director Identification Number (DIN)?

    Director Identification Number is a unique identification number assigned to all existing and proposed Directors of a Company. It is mandatory for all present or proposed Directors to have a Director Identification Number. Director Identification Number never expires and a person can have only one Director Identification Number.

  • How many shareholders are required to incorporate a private limited company?

    To incorporate a private limited company, a minimum of two shareholders are required. A minimum of two shareholders and a maximum of up to 200 shareholders are allowed in a private limited company. The shareholders could be natural persons or companies, including foreign companies.

  • How many directors are required in a private limited company?

    A private limited company must have a minimum of two Directors and can have up to a maximum of fifteen Directors.

  • What is the capital required to start an Indian Subsidiary Company?

    You can start a Private Limited Company with any amount of capital. However, a fee must be paid to the Government for issuing a minimum of shares worth Rs.1 lakh [Authorized Capital Fee] during the incorporation of the Company. There is no requirement to show proof of capital invested during the incorporation process.

  • Do you have to be present in person to register a firm in India?

    No, you will not have to be present in India to register a company or firm in India.

  • Do you also help in opening a bank account in Company’s name?

    Yes, we promise an end-to-end support, which includes Bank account opening with a bank of your choice in India. We have corporate tie ups with multiple banks, including international banks. We co-ordinate with the bankers on your behalf and ensure that you can quickly start your operations.

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