Newsletter/Booklets 10th Feb 2019

ELP Knowledge Series – India Update Part 1 of 2019

Authors

Suhail Nathani Managing Partner | Mumbai
Rohit Jain Partner | Mumbai
Sujjain Talwar Partner | Mumbai
Naresh Thacker Partner | Mumbai
Nishant Shah Partner | Mumbai
Jitendra Motwani Partner | Mumbai
Ravisekhar Nair Partner | Bengaluru
Harsh Shah Partner | Mumbai
Aakanksha Joshi Partner | Mumbai
Gopal Mundhra Partner | Mumbai
Dinesh Pednekar Partner | Mumbai
Darshan Bora Partner | Bengaluru
Hardik Modh Partner | Ahmedabad
Stella Joseph Partner | Mumbai
Abhay Joshi Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Abhishek Sanyal Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Shailesh Poria Partner | Mumbai
Jignesh Ghelani Partner | Mumbai
Mitesh Jain Partner | Mumbai
Vivek Baj Partner | Pune
Adarsh Somani Partner | Mumbai
Gourav Sogani Partner | Mumbai
Rahul Khurana Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Tejus Pathak Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Sanjay Notani Partner | Mumbai
Parthsarathi Jha Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Ambarish Sathianathan Partner | Mumbai

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This iteration of ‘India Update – Part 1 of 2019’ examines the emerging landscape with respect to arbitrations in India and discusses taxation concerns pertaining to fair market value of acquired shares, emerging interplay between IBC and India’s Income Tax Act, as well as increasing scrutiny of related party transactions.

Updated requirements for issue of capital and disclosure are analysed in detail, in addition to the latest press note on e-commerce sector, which has been widely debated in the business media. We also discuss the increasing relevance of Bureau of Indian Standards and certain key aspects of hotel acquisitions in the
country.

We conclude by delving into the risk faced by nominee directors and concerns in the industry with respect to information exchange with competitors, which is looked at critically by the competition regulators
globally.

Our continuing endeavour is to present a succinct summary to our readers on topics of relevance to them. We hope you will find this information helpful. For any clarification or further information, please connect with your point of contact at ELP or reach out to us at insights@elp-in.com.

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