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Business Environment in India
December 2018

India is a large and complex market which offers great opportunities and rewards for investors. 

We hope this guide will give you the opportunity to collaborate with the right experts and to open up your imagination about the possibilities of doing business in India. 

In this guide, we have put together our own findings on the India business environment and collected materials from a range of reputable Indian legal and business experts. The key areas covered include, M&A, intellectual property, FDI, corporate governance and many more topics.


Through this guide, we hope it will assist you in understanding how to succeed in the Indian market.

Stephen Lai

Managing Director, Conventus Law

Festival of Color

Successive governments have pushed to reform and streamline a byzantine web of rules and regulations that has prevented the country from realising its full potential Read More


The Central Government in India had introduced the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (“PMLA”), to prevent the circulation of laundered money. The Act defines money laundering as any process or activity connected to proceeds of crime, including its concealment, possession, acquisition or use and projecting or claiming it as legitimate property. While the PMLA Act allowed for confiscation and seizure of properties obtained from the laundered money, such actions were still subject to the processes of criminal prosecution. This led to many of the persons accused of money laundering, to flee the jurisdiction of Indian courts to avoid criminal prosecution under PMLA and the consequent confiscation of the properties. Read More

Taj Mahal

This article explores the business realities of corporate India, the various ways in which promoter conduct has influenced or has the potential to influence the governance standards adopted by companies and the statutory and regulatory framework addressing the same, along with the key observations and recommendations of the SEBI Committee on Corporate Governance, under the Chairmanship of Mr. Uday Kotak (Kotak Committee), and the approach  of SEBI to these recommendations (pursuant to recent amendments to the SEBI Listing Regulations). Read More


This briefing note sets out a summary of the law relating to foreign investments in India and the key issues that one must consider while investing in India. Read More

Henna Tattoo on Textured Background

The development process for a nation usually reflects in terms of satisfactory economic development. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam once said “When learning is purposeful, creativity blossoms. When creativity blossoms, thinking emanates. When thinking emanates, knowledge is fully lit. When knowledge is lit, economy flourishes”. Read More

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