Practice Areas

A wide range of practice areas are covered to help our customers mitigate the risks of an ever-changing business environment. Spearheaded by service and sector specialists, each service vertical is backed by a highly analytical team of driven individuals that ensure clients grow in a competent and unified manner

International Tax

With the prolific increase in multi-national companies and cross-border transactions, it has become imperative for businesses to understand the tax intricacies in each jurisdiction and the overall impact on its global tax bill.

We work closely with tax specialists in other countries to assist our clients in understanding global tax implications (including tax optimization strategies) and by helping them to minimize the compliance costs in multiple jurisdictions.

Our range of international tax services includes:


  • Evolving tax strategies and structures which would optimize tax incidence through a detailed evaluation of:
    • – Double Tax Avoidance Agreements entered into by India with various countries (including evaluation of tax credits);
    •  – Tax incidence in other countries;
  • Advising on the tax implications (including the implications of indirect transferc provisions) on transfer of shares;
  • Structuring of management fees, royalty and other inter-company agreements from a tax/transfer pricing perspective;
  • Tax optimization studies for HNI’s, foreign entities desirous of setting up a business/base in India and Indian entities desirous of setting up a business/base overseas;
  • Transfer Pricing Studies;
  • Advising on the applicability of Safe Harbor Rules;
  • Analysis of the applicability of POEM Guidelines;
  • Evaluation of the implications under the BEPS Rules, CFC Rules and the multi-lateral instruments entered by India;
  • Advising on the applicability of Equalization Levy and rate of such levy;


  • Preparation and uploading tax returns of foreign entities/HNI’s in India;
  • Transfer Pricing Documentation and Audits;
  • Assistance in compliance with Master File and Country-by- Country (CbC) reporting requirements.


  • Representation services in relation to transfer pricing assessments, including preparation of responses to notices, appearance before the authorities (including the Dispute Resolution Panel), preparation of appeal documents and attending to hearing of appeal matters.