Subramaniam Krishnan

Subramaniam Krishnan

Partner, Ernst & Young

  • Subramaniam Krishnan is a Partner in Ernst & Young’s Private Equity & Financial Services - Tax and Regulatory Services practice, based in Mumbai. He has over 20 years of experience in advising and assisting financial services industry participants and investment funds establish an Indian investment/ operational presence. He has advised on a range of tax and regulatory issues
  • Subramaniam is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree
  • Subramaniam actively engages with the Government and regulatory authorities for tax and regulatory change initiatives on behalf of industry associations
  • Subramaniam is a member of the Alternative Investment Policy Advisory Committee constituted by the Securities and Exchange Board of India

Functional Expertise

  • Tax and regulatory advisory
  • Foreign investment consulting
  • Fund structuring
  • Tax compliance

Professional experience

  • Assisting financial services entities in formulating their entry strategy into India and in implementing an Indian operating presence in the areas of banking, non banking financial services, housing finance, asset management
  • Advising and assisting private equity/ venture capital enterprises structure their funds, investments and operations in India
  • Advising funds and other financial services entities in relation to set-up in IFSC and engaging with IFSCA authorities on policy related changes 
  • Advising fund managers structure funds seeking to invest in the Indian capital markets and assistance in implementing such structures
  • Advising Indian fund managers structure funds domiciled in India to raise capital to invest in alternative asset classes
  • Tax and regulatory advisory services in relation to Indian operations of financial services companies and private equity/ venture capital funds
  • Assisting in tax compliance and reporting obligations of financial services entities, foreign portfolio investors, foreign and domestic funds