A capital market is a market where business enterprises and governments can raise long term loans. A capital market includes both the stock market and the bond market. Here a government or a company can invoke money by either selling bonds or by selling stock, for the purpose of funding their operations and long term investment. In a capital market the money is provided for a term period that exceeds one year.Further, capital markets may be classified as primary markets and secondary markets. In primary markets, new stock or bond issues are sold to investors by means of underwriting. While in the secondary markets, the existing securities are sold and bought among investors or traders on a securities exchange.
FDI and FEMA
ICL provides specialized services under foreign exchange law. With a dedicated team to look into the matters of foreign investments in India the firm serves with customized updates on investment opportunities in the Indian subcontinent.
The Firm offers whole range of legal, consulting and procedural services for foreign investment through financial and technical collaborations, joint-ventures, capital market and private/ preferential placement which comprises negotiations with Indian counterpart, drafting of instruments, getting required approvals from Governmental Agencies in establishing and organizing wholly-owned subsidiaries, Joints-ventures and/ or Branch/ Project/ Liaison Offices on behalf of foreign investors under exchange and corporate laws in India.
Foreign Institutional Investments
The firm actively assists and guides various individuals, institutional and multinational agencies in the area of investment in India. The firm has the requisite infrastructural facilities to advice clients on the essential area of investment and the regulations pertaining to such investments.