Arvind Baheti is an Executive Director in the Indirect Tax practice group in the Kolkata office. Arvind specialises in supply chain taxes (i.e. GST), import duties and trade tariffs, including trade laws regulating domestic and international trade of goods and services. He carries with him a blend of professional and industrial experience in his area of specialisation.
Arvind has worked on several transactions across industries, involving tax efficient structuring, contract reviews, compliance reviews and tax related financial modelling. He carries an equally rich experience in representing and handling big ticket indirect tax litigations for domestic and multinational clients
- Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Arvind Baheti has represented and advised the following clients
Advised on initiation of an anti-dumping investigation against import of USB flash drives interalia from Hong Kong and China.
Cheviot Company Limited
Advised on the eligible export benefits (viz SFIS, FMS, FMP Scheme) under the Foreign Trade Policy vis-à-vis their stream of export.
Dhunseri Petrochem & Tea Limited
Advised on an excise demand of INR 150 crores on domestic clearances by an EOU for having availed the benefit of exemption notifications issued under Section 5A of the Central Excise Act 1944.
Ershisanye Construction Group India Private Limited
Advised on a service tax demand in excess of INR 100 crores on import of designs, drawings and other services from outside India.
Numaligarh Refinery Limited
Advised on an excise demand of INR 46 crores involving dutiability of interface products arising in the course of pipeline transportation of petroleum products.
Nalco India Limited
Advised a dominant player in water treatment chemicals, in a service tax demand of Rs. 22 crores involving distribution of cenvat credit through ISD.
Mangalam Cement Limited
Advised on a tax demand of INR 88 crores for the alleged irregular availment of the sales tax incentive scheme.
McNally Bharat Engineering Co Ltd
Advised on garnishee proceedings for recovery of tax demand in excess of INR 10 crores.
Ergo Newsflash09 Apr '20