With India pitched to grow to an over $6 trillion economy by 2030, the impetus of the Government of India to achieve this target is evident in all spheres. The constantly ameliorating regulatory framework enabling ease of doing business towards this generates intense attention being of utmost significance. AMCHAM’s Tax, Tariff & Regulatory Affairs Committee conducted a virtual seminar on September 29th on recent regulatory developments related to ease of doing business. The seminar, over two sessions discussed cross border framework in India and emerging issues thereto and opportunity in GIFT IFSC, India. The session offered an opportunity for members to listen to experts and seek clarifications. The expert panelists at the webinar included Mr. N.S. Vishwanathan, Ex-Deputy Governor, RBI, Mr. Rajiv Chugh, Partner and National Leader – Policy Advisory and Specialty Services, Ernst & Young , Mr. Sunil Kumar, Partner, Tax & Regulatory, Ernst & Young LLP, Mr. Mukesh Dhoot, Vice President, FEMA Regulatory, Citibank, Mr. Jaiman Patel, Partner – Financial Services, International Taxes, Ernst & Young, Mr. Dipesh Shah, Executive Director (Development & International Collaborations) International Financial Services Centre Authority (IFSCA) and Mr. Sandip Shah, Head, IFSC Department, GIFT City. The seminar was chaired by Ms. Garima Pande, Chairperson – Taxation, Tariff & Regulatory Affairs Committee, AMCHAM and Partner & National Leader Global Compliance & Reporting, E&Y India.
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