European investors such as Summit Hotel, FMO, Triodos Bank, TeliaSonera and Carlsberg had joint venture companies in Nepal with repatriate-able capital. The shares in Summit Hotel were sold in 2013 and the income was repatriated to the shareholders in the Netherlands. The other investors still receive a yearly dividend from their investments in Nepal. The Nepali FDI law is clear on exits and even offers a favorable tax scheme. It is important to understand that investments can only go out in the way it has come in. For both entrée and repatriation there are a few bureaucratic hurdles to overcome. One to Watch has systems and checks in place to navigate the investments through this bureaucracy.