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Despite the threatening obstacles posed by COVID-19 and high tides of geo-political tensions, India’s graph as a global business destination remained vibrant in 2020, evidenced by the market recording upwards of 1,200 transactions valuing more than USD 80 million. Nonetheless, with a considerable number of factors in the investment markets being typically variable, a degree of certainty vis-à-vis prospective business operations and the growth route undertaken by the entity, is sure to safeguard the interests of stakeholders and future-proof the existence of a business.

 

A joint venture (JV) structure thus, induces this degree of certainty by enabling the JV partners to effectuate and enjoy an alliance by pooling and sharing resources under one common bracket, providing a credible and established consumer and financial market access and widening individual business portfolios. At the same time, JVs allow flexibility by permitting parties to avail options including inter alias the type of fundamental structure: whether an equity based or contractual arrangement is proposed; and also offers the parties to define the scope of respective contribution and further crystallise the objectives each endeavour to achieve. A timeline pertaining to each JV partner potential engagement can accordingly be sketched. Consequently, the importance of formulating the agreements with utmost clarity, entailing of the terms of arrangement between JV partners and capturing the locus becomes crucial. This exercise would assist in facilitating the transaction by steering through the vital points and bottlenecks including business planning, management and investment decisions and can therefore, not be undermined.

 

The road to International JVs in the Indian market has been taken by a gamut of international players including Viacom, Starbucks and MetLife. Moreover, a significant traction has been observed lately from conglomerates like Huawei, as well. In the same vein, a number of Indian giants in the likes of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Tata Consumer Products, successfully operate multiple JVs with varied shareholdings to suit their business needs.

 

Against this backdrop, Taxsutra in conjunction with Mr. L. Badri Narayanan (Executive Partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan) is delighted to bring to you a 5-Part Master-Class series titled, “Venturing into a Joint Venture- Evaluating Strategic Partnerships” [5 Fridays starting from May 14 @ 4:30 PM].

 

This series will walk-through an array of subjects and will endeavour to benefit the audience in practically navigating through the nooks and crannies of issues faced by the partners formulating or proposing to formulate a strategic alliance. These issues are vital for resonating any businesses’ needs and the same would be dealt accordingly from a legal, regulatory and taxation perspective.

 

Over the course of this 5-part Master-Class series, Mr. Narayanan will pilot the discussion around the following topics:

 

1. Introduction to Joint Ventures

2. Advanced Issues in Joint Venture Agreements

3. Contracts between Joint Venture Partners

4. Strategic Partnerships, Technology Transfer and other Arrangements

5. Tax and Regulatory Issues surrounding Joint Ventures

 

Dates & Time: 5 Fridays, i.e. May 14, 21, 28, June 4 & 11; 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM.

 

Registration Fees: Rs. 4,500 (Taxes extra).

 

Additionally, on completion of this comprehensive course, participants shall be eligible to receive a "Certificate of Participation" from Taxsutra.

 

Email us at trainings@taxsutra.com to block your seat.

 

We look forward to interacting with you during the webinar!

Categories: Live Sessions, e-Learning, Inside the Corporate World
Publisher: Taxsutra
About Publisher:

Taxsutra is considered the most credible source of tax news in the tax fraternity. What started as a fledgling start-up has now become a leading brand in the tax world not only in India, but across the globe. Taxsutra's diverse customer set includes Fortune 500 Companies, large Indian Business Groups, Global Conglomerates, Tax Judges, IRS Officers, CBDT, Tax Lawyers & thousands of tax practitioners.

Taxsutra suite of portals : 

1. Real time tax news & analysis for Corporate Tax (www.taxsutra.com) 
2. Transfer Pricing Portal (www.tp.taxsutra.com)
3. GST and Central Indirect Taxes Portals (www.gstsutra.com - www.idt.taxsutra.com)
4. "Taxsutra Database" - Powerful Online Direct Tax Reference and Search Tool (www.database.taxsutra.com)
5. LawStreetIndia (LSI) (www.lawstreetindia.com) contains sub-modules on Company law, Securities law (SEBI/SAT), FEMA, IP laws & Competition Law 
6.  Taxsutra Accounting Standards portal (Ind-AS) (www.greentick.taxsutra.com)

Author: Taxsutra

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Despite the threatening obstacles posed by COVID-19 and high tides of geo-political tensions, India’s graph as a global business destination remained vibrant in 2020, evidenced by the market recording upwards of 1,200 transactions valuing more than USD 80 million. Nonetheless, with a considerable number of factors in the investment markets being typically variable, a degree of certainty vis-à-vis prospective business operations and the growth route undertaken by the entity, is sure to safeguard the interests of stakeholders and future-proof the existence of a business.

 

A joint venture (JV) structure thus, induces this degree of certainty by enabling the JV partners to effectuate and enjoy an alliance by pooling and sharing resources under one common bracket, providing a credible and established consumer and financial market access and widening individual business portfolios. At the same time, JVs allow flexibility by permitting parties to avail options including inter alias the type of fundamental structure: whether an equity based or contractual arrangement is proposed; and also offers the parties to define the scope of respective contribution and further crystallise the objectives each endeavour to achieve. A timeline pertaining to each JV partner potential engagement can accordingly be sketched. Consequently, the importance of formulating the agreements with utmost clarity, entailing of the terms of arrangement between JV partners and capturing the locus becomes crucial. This exercise would assist in facilitating the transaction by steering through the vital points and bottlenecks including business planning, management and investment decisions and can therefore, not be undermined.

 

The road to International JVs in the Indian market has been taken by a gamut of international players including Viacom, Starbucks and MetLife. Moreover, a significant traction has been observed lately from conglomerates like Huawei, as well. In the same vein, a number of Indian giants in the likes of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Tata Consumer Products, successfully operate multiple JVs with varied shareholdings to suit their business needs.

 

Against this backdrop, Taxsutra in conjunction with Mr. L. Badri Narayanan (Executive Partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan) is delighted to bring to you a 5-Part Master-Class series titled, “Venturing into a Joint Venture- Evaluating Strategic Partnerships” [5 Fridays starting from May 14 @ 4:30 PM].

 

This series will walk-through an array of subjects and will endeavour to benefit the audience in practically navigating through the nooks and crannies of issues faced by the partners formulating or proposing to formulate a strategic alliance. These issues are vital for resonating any businesses’ needs and the same would be dealt accordingly from a legal, regulatory and taxation perspective.

 

Over the course of this 5-part Master-Class series, Mr. Narayanan will pilot the discussion around the following topics:

 

1. Introduction to Joint Ventures

2. Advanced Issues in Joint Venture Agreements

3. Contracts between Joint Venture Partners

4. Strategic Partnerships, Technology Transfer and other Arrangements

5. Tax and Regulatory Issues surrounding Joint Ventures

 

Dates & Time: 5 Fridays, i.e. May 14, 21, 28, June 4 & 11; 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM.

 

Registration Fees: Rs. 4,500 (Taxes extra).

 

Additionally, on completion of this comprehensive course, participants shall be eligible to receive a "Certificate of Participation" from Taxsutra.

 

Email us at trainings@taxsutra.com to block your seat.

 

We look forward to interacting with you during the webinar!

Categories: Live Sessions, e-Learning, Inside the Corporate World
Publisher: Taxsutra
About Publisher:

Taxsutra is considered the most credible source of tax news in the tax fraternity. What started as a fledgling start-up has now become a leading brand in the tax world not only in India, but across the globe. Taxsutra's diverse customer set includes Fortune 500 Companies, large Indian Business Groups, Global Conglomerates, Tax Judges, IRS Officers, CBDT, Tax Lawyers & thousands of tax practitioners.

Taxsutra suite of portals : 

1. Real time tax news & analysis for Corporate Tax (www.taxsutra.com) 
2. Transfer Pricing Portal (www.tp.taxsutra.com)
3. GST and Central Indirect Taxes Portals (www.gstsutra.com - www.idt.taxsutra.com)
4. "Taxsutra Database" - Powerful Online Direct Tax Reference and Search Tool (www.database.taxsutra.com)
5. LawStreetIndia (LSI) (www.lawstreetindia.com) contains sub-modules on Company law, Securities law (SEBI/SAT), FEMA, IP laws & Competition Law 
6.  Taxsutra Accounting Standards portal (Ind-AS) (www.greentick.taxsutra.com)

Author: Taxsutra

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