Funding A Business In India

Developed with a perspective to provide value to your firm, the information here will help you make an informed decision to choose the right method of funding for your company’s entity in India. 

Funding A Business In India

Once a business sets up its presence in India, the second step is to identify the right funding process for the business entity which is established here. A foreign entity entering the Indian market has various options to choose from, where each of the funding methodologies has its own criteria, guidelines, and intricacies. Given the ever-evolving nature of financial policies, it’s imperative to know about the right funding methods, which we’ve discussed in our video and chapter two of the “Doing Business In India” document:

  • Equity share capital
  • Preference share capital
  • Debentures, external commercial borrowings and bank loans
  • American depository receipts, global depository receipts and foreign currency convertible bonds


 
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Funding A Business India: Know About India’s FDI Goals And Trends

Funding a business can be done in many ways, but a multitude of funding decisions stem from how the country’s FDI scenario is, which sectors are incurring the most foreign interest as well as investment; and does the business you’re looking to fund have the potential for a long-term business presence in India?

To help you understand the same and make the right decisions with your investment into an Indian business entity, we at Coinmen have developed an online platform called The Brief, which serves as an all-encompassing information provider on India’s business landscape, industry landscape, and foreign investment trends.

On The Brief, we discuss everything which is bound to influence the financing and investment scenario in India, ranging from public policies, sectoral initiatives, private sector performance and new and upcoming projects!

Get to know all the relevant information you need for your business journey in India!

The Brief