India and Japan have embarked on new scales of co–operation following the meetings between Prime Minister of India and Japan in the last three years. Given this context, India and Japan, as the 2nd and 3rd largest economies in the Asia Pacific region, are close partners for growth. The two-way trade between India and Japan currently stands at USD 14.51 billion. The Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between the two countries that became operational from August 2011 is expected to provide the essential boost to bilateral economic relations.
India is one of the largest countries in the world with a population of over 1.3 billion, and a huge customer base. Given our liberalised foreign direct investment (FDI) policy, India has business relations with Japan for long. Ever since 1991, the Indian Government’s liberalised approach and robust business opportunities have strengthened the faith of Japanese investors in India. Japanese brands have lined up to invest in India as the Government opened more sectors to foreign investment.
CBA Associate in India, Manan Agarwal and KrayMan Consultants are working as an accounting firm mainly for Japanese companies in India. They assist Japanese companies in exploring the Indian Market, setting-up their presence in India in the form of representative office / branch office / company, etc., and help them with incorporation activities, legal requirements, accountancy, audit and tax matters.
Manan Agarwal would like to leverage this platform by CBA and seek mutual opportunities of working together on any inbound investments into India. It will be a win-win situation for CBA in Japan to source companies from Japan to invest into India, and CBA India could be your counterpart in India helping such clients explore, set-up presence and do business in India.
KrayMan Consultants LLP, an accounting firm in India providing Audit, Tax & Advisory, services, founded by ex-EY (Ernst & Young), BMW & Grant Thornton professionals, is a team of around 25 professionals including Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, MBAs and support staff. They have a detailed presentation on ‘Doing Business in India’ and ‘Japan Desk Brochure’ to share for interested parties.