PRIVATE EQUITY &

VENTURE CAPITAL

  • The International Comparative Legal Guide -Private Equity 2019 - India

    An article on the private equity landscape in India, covering various aspects of this practice area.

    Read full article here: https://iclg.com/practice-areas/private-equity-laws-and-regulations/india

  • The International Comparative Legal Guide: Private Equity 2018 – A Q&A Guide to Private Equity Law in India

    A Q&A format article on the functioning of the Private Equity market in India; with an overview of the sector and recent trends, as well as detailing aspects such as governance schemes, tax incentive schemes, fund structuring, fund regulation, investment protection schemes, debt recovery and exit strategies among other topics.

  • GTDT – Market Intelligence – Private Equity 2018 – India

    We at Samvad, are proud to announce that ‘Getting the Deal Through’, published by Law Business Research, recently interviewed Samvad’s Vineetha MG, Neela Badami and Pooja Shah in relation to private equity practice in India. Getting the Deal Through or “GTDT” provides a unique perspective on evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world by publishing interviews conducted with international experts across practice areas. The aim to provide engaging, easily comparable interviews, to be used as a platform for all legal professionals across the world and share their views on current market conditions and developments in the law.”

  • Deal or no deal – 2017: Transaction trends and regulatory reforms

    Our Partner Ashwini Vittalachar and Senior Associate Junaira Rahman co-authored ‘A year end round up on transaction trends and regulatory reforms in 2017’ published in Your Story, a platform for startups and entrepreneur related stories and analysis of the startup eco-system.

  • GTDT- Market Intelligence – Private Equity

    We at Samvad, are proud to announce that ‘Getting the Deal Through’, published by Law Business Research, recently interviewed Samvad’s Vineetha MG, Neela Badami and Niruti Pangotra in relation to private equity practice in India.

    Getting the Deal Through or “GTDT” provides a unique perspective on evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world by publishing interviews conducted with international experts across 80 practice areas. The aim to provide engaging, easily comparable interviews, to be used as a platform for all legal professionals across the world and share their views on current market conditions and developments in the law.

  • Further Exemptions to Private Companies

    An article highlighting recent exemptions granted by the MCA to private companies, in an effort to remove unnecessary regulatory hurdles and to offer procedural flexibility.

  • A Q&A Guide to Private Equity Law in India

    A Q&A format article on the functioning of the Private Equity market in India; with an overview of the sector as well as detailing aspects such as governance schemes, tax incentive schemes, fund structuring, fund regulation, investment protection schemes, debt recovery and exit strategies among other topics.

  • Negotiating Term Sheets – Legal Issues

    An article highlighting key points to be kept in mind by entrepreneurs while negotiating term sheets.

  • International Comparative Legal Guide to: Private Equity 2016

    An article about private equity trends in India in 2016, including acquisition structures for private equity transactions, governance arrangements, taxation schemes, regulatory mechanisms amongst other topics.

  • Chinese Outbound Investment Guide 2016

    An article highlighting legal regime around Chinese foreign investment in India, touching upon details about investment methods, restrictions imposed, approvals required, taxation schemes, local operation strategies and dispute resolution mechanisms amongst other topics.

  • Note on FEMA Amendment on FDI in LLPs

    An analysis on recent regulatory changes governing foreign investment into limited liability partnerships.

  • FDI in Financial Services – The Road Ahead

    The financial services sector is one of the most sought after sectors for foreign investment because of its strong potential for growth. Having said that, investors are also carefully looking at this space due to the regulatory uncertainty surrounding it. The Indian regulator has recently introduced important changes to the foreign exchange regulations for investments in the financial services sector that interested investors should take note of.

  • Startup India Action Government Plan 2016 and Related Announcements – Lets’s Start Up!

    An analysis of the Indian Government’s action plan to stimulate growth in the start-up world.

  • Stop Press – Start Up India Action Plan-RBI Rolls Out First Set of Rules

    An analysis of the RBI’s implementation of the Government’s Start Up Action Plan.  

  • Decoding FDI in e-commerce

    An analysis of the recent regulatory changes in the field of e-commerce.

  • Foreign Direct Investment in Other Financial Services

    Highlights of the key regulatory changes around FDI in the category of “Other Financial Services”.

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