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About Our Firm

Two distinguished and long-standing chartered accountancy firms S.P. Puri & Co. and S.C. Vasudeva & Co., each holding prominent position in the profession, especially in North India have merged to form SCV & Co. LLP with effect from 1st April 2018 which has now been converted into a Limited Liability Partnership.

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SCV & Co. LLP shall be a leader in providing high quality services in the field of Audit and Assurance, Accounting, Tax and Business Advisory to domestic and international clients. The firm would have offices in principal cities of India and would develop niche areas for the future growth of the firm.


To deliver services in a timely manner. To create value for our clients. To maintain our personal relationships with the clients that are the foundation of our practice. To provide an enjoyable learning experience and an opportunity for growth for all our team members. To grow but never to compromise on our values of honesty and integrity.

What's New
  • Share Certificates can now be signed by two directors or by one director and Company Secretary, wherever the Company has appointed the Company Secretary without the approval of the Board of Directors.
  • For regulating merger, amalgamation and arrangement between Indian companies and foreign companies, the Reserve Bank of India has recently issued Foreign Exchange Management (Cross Border Merger) Regulations, 2018 with effect from 20th March, 2018.
  • India sign tax treaty with Hong Kong
  • Ministry has decided to permit two proposed names and one Resubmission (RSUB) while Reserving Unique Names for companies through the RUN web service w.e.f 24.03.2018.
  • DIPP issues Press Note No. 1 (2018 Series) amending the consolidated FDI Policy on various sectors including civil aviation, construction development, single brand product retail trading etc.
  • CBDT has notified Income Tax Return forms for Assessment Year 2018-19

Core Values

  • IntegrityIntegrity
  • Client CareClient Care
  • TrustTrust
  • QualityQuality
Global Presence

Global Presence

Our comprehensive connections with various firms and chartered accountants globally enables us to provide our clients with a unique combination of extensive global resources, world‑recognized expertise and deep local knowledge. We remain committed to the ongoing growth of this global capability in all areas of services.

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