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On October 29, Business Advisory Services Senior Associate Vikas Saluja discussed the various private equity investment options for Indian businesses and their analysis from a regulatory and taxation perspective.
Investment into companies can typically be in the form of equity or debt funding - the first involves selling a portion of equity/ shares in the company while the latter involves borrowing a sum of money.
However, equity financing is often preferred as it carries no repayment obligation and provides extra working capital which can be used to expand a business. Moreover, equity funding places no additional financial burden on the company.
Equity financing is also an important business decision as it requires giving out a percentage of the company to the investor along with sharing of profits and consultation on decisions affecting the direction of the Indian business.
Various private equity options are available to a company and it is crucial to understand the impact of each option on shareholding and control, return on investment, repatriation options, tax benefits, and security of funds.
- An Introduction to various private equity (PE) financing options
- Types of equity shares – ordinary, preference, bonus, etc
- Regulatory framework for PE investments and venture capital
- Structuring of foreign investment
- Taxation implications on revenue stream and capital repatriation
- Documentation for securing PE funding
Watch this webinar where Vikas has presented a detailed analysis of Equity financing and how businesses can opt for Equity financing option to fund their business.
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