In this webinar, UK India Business Council’s (UKIBC) Financial, Legal and Professional Services Sector Manager, Chris Heyes, was joined by Amit Narayan and James Owen from Control Risks to provide their expert insights into ‘India 2024: How politics and regulation will transform India’s business risk and investment landscape in the next 5 years’. Amit is […]
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The Maternity Act 2017 (Amendment) received the President’s agreement on the 27 March 2017, and is now in force with effect from 1 April 2017. The key changes under the Amendment include increasing the maternity leave from 12 to 26 weeks subject to certain conditions, introducing adoption and surrogacy leave, option to work from home, […]
In the current context of evolving compliance regulations and increasing enforcement actions, coupled with international cooperation of regulators, and accentuating transparency demands of investors and the public, multinational corporations are faced with the risk of reputation caused by compliance violations. These include regional and international regulatory compliance requirement that applies to entities operating in different […]
India has recently introduced the Goods and Services Tax (GST) which is likely to be implemented from 1st April, 2017. This regime is expected to change the landscape of doing business in India. The GST, a single tax on goods and services across India, will apply to manufacturers and consumers alike, and has been marked […]
The UK India Business Council held an informative webinar with Bryan Bletso, Partner at Irwin Mitchell LLP, on ‘Brexit – A New Start for a Confident Britain.’ Since the referendum, it has been business as usual, with London so far retaining its place as the financial capital of Europe, and economic activity in the Eurozone […]
The UK India Business Council, together with the UK IPO, held a webinar to help businesses understand the challenges surrounding Intellectual Property in India and formulate successful strategies to navigate those challenges. Foreign companies have often complained about the enforcement of Intellectual Property in India. It has received criticism from American, as well as UK, […]
The GST, a single tax on goods and services across India, will be applied to manufacturers and consumers alike, and has been marked as a starting point for a single market across India improving economic efficiency and productivity. The UK India Business Council are holding a series of webinars with key experts to highlight the […]
The webinar analysed the following: Doing business in India – latest changes in FDI reforms and assessing the Ease of Doing Business in the nation. Manufacturing – reforms, success stories from the ‘Make in India’ campaign and the limited progress made by the labour laws. Food inflation – the rising inflation in retail and the […]
India announced its first ever National Intellectual Property (IP) policy last month. It promised to be a ‘vision document’ creating: “An India where creativity and innovation are stimulated by intellectual property for the benefit of all; an India where intellectual property promotes advancement in science and technology, arts and culture, traditional knowledge and biodiversity resources; […]
WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE, FTI CONSULTING – LONDON As the fastest growing economy in the world, India is a pocket of stability among global economic uncertainty. The country is becoming increasingly attractive to UK companies as the pro-business government continues to make it easier to do business. However, to maximise the opportunities available, it is crucial […]
In an increasingly competitive global economy, companies are developing worldwide reach through the development of transnational partnerships, increased international recruitment and cross-nation enterprise. However, if you are seeking to employ overseas nationals to work for you in the UK or plan invite your Indian clients to the UK, it is imperative to fully understand the […]