Exchange control regulations for Exporters

12 Oct 2020

Webinar on Exchange control regulations for Exporters

Exchange control regulations for Exporters- Jen Source webinar

Knowledge Sharing Webinar Series

Date: Friday, 16th October 2020.                             Time: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm                          Investment: 60 minutes of your time

Webinar on Exchange control regulations for exporters 

As a part of Jen Source’s Knowledge Sharing Webinar Series, we are happy to present our next webinar “ Exchange control regulations for Exporters”

The session is aimed at giving a broad overview of the Export Data Processing & Monitoring System of RBI, its features and process flows. It tries to give an understanding of how the same impacts exporters and what exporters need to do to avoid falling foul of the system. Will cover some important regulations that exporters need to keep in mind while conducting their business.

Indian exchange control regulations have become significantly liberalized over the years. Subsequent to the shift from a restrictive regime under FERA to a more accommodative regime under FEMA in 2000. Over the past two decades, regulations pertaining to the current account and capital account transactions have been relaxed considerably. This is particularly true for export transactions, where guidelines pertaining to realization and repatriation, write off, an extension of time, FOC exports, etc have become much more lenient than before. 

As part of Jen Source’s Knowledge Sharing Webinar Series, we are happy to present our next webinar on “Exchange control regulations for Exporters” 

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Who Can Benefit:

Business Owners and Entrepreneurs of Small, Micro, and Medium Enterprises. 


Registration Closed 


Meet Our Facilitator:

Mr. Abin Daya- Webinar on control regulations exportsMr. Abin Daya

FEMA expert, Transaction Banker, corporate trainer and advisor 

PGDM from IIM-Lucknow, followed by a strong career in

international trade, with an excellent understanding of

regulations and processes of cross-border transactions

  • Member, Advisory Committee on State PSUs for the

Government of Kerala

  • Knowledge partner to Federation of Indian Export

Organisations, an autonomous body under the Ministry of

Commerce, Government of India

  • Author of various articles and a book on cross-border trade,

and trainer to banks and corporates on the subject

  • Well-rounded experience in investigative interactions with

various investigative agencies, on trade frauds