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Customs Export and Import

There is an innate tax implication for all global transactions. For every business, it is mandatory to address these liabilities according to Indian rules and acts and for appropriate tax compliances and to mitigate risks for your business, our team offers expert advice with respect to customs, imports and export incentives.

  • Advisory on Foreign Trade Policy and Free Trade Agreements signed by India with other countries.

  • Advisory for set-up, benefits and compliances of units in Special Economic Zone (SEZ)/Export Oriented Unit (EOU)/Software Technology Park of India (STPI)/Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ).

  • Documentation, preparation, and filing of an application to get duty credit scrips under SEIS, MEIS and other Duty Exemption Schemes.

  • Providing assistance in liaising with DGFT and other authorities for obtaining various restricted licenses.

  • Special Valuation Branch (SVB) registration & renewal and finalization of BOEs.

  • Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) certification and renewal.

  • Documentation, preparation, representation with DGFT to avail EPCG. Authorization, Advance Authorization, etc.

  • Providing assistance in attaining redemptions from DFIA authorities.

  • Advisory & Representation for levy of anti-dumping duties.

  • Drafting of report and negotiations under PTA & FTA.

  • Obtaining Custom duty refund.

Risk management is not the responsibility of an individual function it is the responsibility of the organization as a whole. Recent Corporate governance failures and frauds have been observed due to lack of responsibility, clarity and policy and procedures.

Ever-increasing compliances and monitoring by regulators and other stakeholders have made it obligatory for the companies to exhibit the existence of farsighted business strategies, effective & efficient controls, and proper accountability. Failure to keep up with the ever-evolving business environment and risks could hamper the brand image and existence.

Establishments should be watchful about the risks presented by both internal and external environments. For example, a vendor who fails to meet the commitment, or who does not align with the company’s ethical practices, can have significant implications financially or otherwise. Considering such risks, the scope of internal audit function is increasing from purely financial & compliance review to a more tactical function that assesses the risk profile for emerging risks and tries to read into the pattern of such risk as it impacts the operations of the business.