Department for International Trade in India

The Department for International Trade in India helps UK companies to expand into India and also help Indian companies to trade with the UK.

The Department for International Trade in India offers expertise and contacts through its extensive network of specialists in the UK, and staff in the British High Commission in New Delhi and Deputy High Commissions in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune.

DIT offices in India

CapitalNew Delhi
DIT office 1Department for International Trade Delhi
British High Commission
Shantipath
New Delhi
Chanakyapuri 110021
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (11) 2419 2100
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Ahmedabad

DIT office 2Department for International Trade Ahmedabad
British Deputy High Commission Ahmedabad
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel
Ramdevnagar, Satellite
Ahmedabad
Gujarat 380015
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 79 2646 7138
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Bengaluru

DIT office 3Department for International Trade Bengaluru
British Deputy High Commission
Prestige Takt
23 Kasturba Road Cross
Bangalore
560001
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (80) 22100200
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Chandigarh

DIT office 4Department for International Trade Chandigarh
British Deputy High Commission
178-178A, Business and Industrial Complex
Unit C516, Tower C
Phase I, Industrial Area
Chandigarh
160002
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 82 8800 9897
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Chennai

DIT office 5Department for International Trade Chennai
British Deputy High Commission
20 Anderson Road
Chennai
600 006
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (44) 42192151
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Hyderabad

DIT office 6Department for International Trade Hyderabad
British Deputy High Commission
2nd Floor, Taj Deccan Hotel
Road No.1
Hyderabad
Banjara Hills 500034
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (40) 6666 9147
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Kolkata

DIT office 7Department for International Trade Kolkata
British Deputy High Commission
1A Ho Chi Minh Sarani
Kolkata
700 071
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (33) 2288 5172-76
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Mumbai

DIT office 8Department for International Trade Mumbai
British Deputy High Commission
11th floor, Naman Chambers
C/32, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex
Mumbai
Bandra (E) 400 051
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (22) 6650 2222
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk

DIT office in Pune

DIT office 9Department for International Trade Pune
British Trade Office
5th Floor, 505 B-Wing
MCCIA Trade Tower
International Convention Centre Complex
403 – A, Senapati Bapat Road
Pune
411 016
India
TelephoneEnquiries +91 (20) 2563 1580
Emailditindia@fco.gov.uk
Source: GOV.UK

Overseas companies in the UK

An overseas company wants to set up a place of business in the UK must register with Companies House. You must register your overseas company within one month of opening for business in the UK.

If you do not have a base in the UK then you do not need to register.

Our accountants can help you to register your overseas company.

Get information about a British company

You may get information about a British Company from the Companies House in the UK. The information you can get include the following:

  • Signed and approved Company accounts
  • Confirmation statement
  • The company date of incorporation
  • Company names including company name change history, if applicable.
  • Current and past company registered office addresses
  • company registration numbers issued by Companies House.
  • Current and past company directors and secretary’s details
  • The company’s current trading status – active or dissolved
  • insolvency information, if applicable.

Certificate of good standing for a British company

The certificate of good standing certifies that your company has been in continuous, unbroken existence since its incorporation and that no action is currently being taken to strike it off the Companies House register.

When a certificate of good standing is needed?

If you would like to register a branch overseas such as in Hong Kong or Malaysia or Singapore, the Registrar of Companies in the home country would require the certification that your UK company is in compliance and still active. Banks, lenders, a business corporation based overseas that collaborate with your UK company would require you to provide them with a certificate of good standing to prove the existence of your company at the time of entering into a business transaction with you.

Department for International Trade offices worldwide

Click here for other Department for International Trade offices worldwide contact information.

Good luck with your business venture.

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