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    WOS Registration & Compliances

    The framework for setting up of WOS has now been finalized by RBI which favors a subsidiary mode of presence from financial stability perspective. It provides incentives in the form of ‘Near National Treatment’ to WOS of foreign banks which will enable them to open branches anywhere in the country at par with Indian banks.

    Foreign banks can develop unique competitive proposition and further the cause of financial inclusion by increasing penetration and coverage of banking services (specially in rural areas).

    Consult us for WOS of foreign bank registration or compliance guidance.

    Opportunities & Challenges

    Opportunities & Challenges of WOS of foreign banks



    Setting up WOS Foreign Bank

    Framework for setting up WOS by Foreign banks

    The framework for setting up WOS by foreign banks in India has been finalized. The features of the framework as per below: 

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    Rs. 1999/-(Now Just Rs. 999/-*)

    Click on "Book Consultation" button below to book consultation. Once you complete the booking transaction, then you will be redirected back here to schedule appointment and it will be clearly explained on that page "how you can schedule call" . 

    NBFC Compliances

    post-registration WOS compliances

    If a company has effectively obtained online WOS Registration, then it’s obligatory to fulfill all the annual compliances. Consult us for all compliance guidance.

    Statutory Audit

    Tax Audit

    Income Tax Return Filing

    GST Return Filing

    Registrar of Companies Returns

    RBI Compliances


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    Foreign banks in India face several regulations, including those related to capital requirements, banking licenses, and compliance with local laws and regulations. These regulations can be stringent and can impact the efficiency and profitability of foreign banks in India.

    Conditions for ODI under Automatic route: Financial commitment i.e maximum Investment that can be made by Indian Party should not exceed USD 1 billion or 400% of its net worth (whichever is lower).

    The RBI has wide-ranging powers to regulate the financial sector. These include prescribing norms for setting up and licensing banks (including branches of foreign banks in India), corporate governance, prudential norms and conditions for structuring products and services

    Overseas Direct Investment (ODI) – mandatory compliance under FEMA and RBI regulations if any capital is proposed to be invested or any guarantee is provided to entities outside India. Total Proposed Financial Commitment / Investment(In Equivalent US$).

    It is important to make a distinction between outward direct investment (ODI) and foreign direct investment (FDI). FDI occurs when a non-resident invests in the shares of a resident company. ODI occurs when a resident company invests in a non-resident country as part of a strategy to expand their business.

    In India, all organizations are legally required to file their Annual Performance Reports (APR) in compliance with the Companies Act of 2013. This act lays out the guidelines for companies to prepare and file annual reports, including financial statements, governance reports, and other relevant information.


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