Why India

The Indian economy has witnessed a paradigm shift over the last decade. Today it is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and this trend is set to continue over coming decades.

Attractive Growth Profile

International Monetary Fund

Indian economy is the bright spot in global landscape, becoming one of the fastest-growing big emerging market economies in the world"

Superior Investment Destination

Ernst & Young

India has been named the most attractive country for investment in a survey of more than 500 global investors"

Consumer Revolution

Pricewaterhouse Coopers

India offers a potentially lucrative opportunity, with its huge, young population that's increasingly urban and has a growing ability and desire to spend”

Global Integrated and Thriving

World Bank

Over the past decade, the country’s integration into the global economy has been accompanied by economic growth. India has now emerged as a global player”

Fastest Growing Economy

India’s GDP growth projections significantly exceed other major economies over the next 3 decades.

Favourable Demographics.

Favourable demographics expected to create significant consumption growth and investment opportunities over the next 3 decades.

Source: Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Source: UN population division

Governance Improving, Corruption Reducing

Indian PM, Narendra Modi vowed that uncovering and penalising corruption would be a focus of his Government. Some of the actions considered to increase transparency include:

  • Minimising the number of touch points with bureaucracy
  • Minimising the use of cash based transactions
  • Adopting digital tools to remove official discretion
  • Black Money and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015 is to curb “black money”, or undisclosed foreign assets & income and imposes tax and penalty on such income


India ranks 8th worldwide in terms of minority investor protection according to a World Bank study “Doing Business 2016”.


Indian financial markets regulatory framework received the highest rating score from global regulators, International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).