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NRI Investing

NRIs are welcome to open account with TradingBells. As a NRI customer you need to have an NRE or an NRO account with a bank in India before you can start investing. Note that if you wish to trade in the Derivative segment you will need an NRO account. Before opening an account with us you will need to get a PIS (Portfolio Investment Scheme) letter from RBI. This will be done through the bank which holds your NRE/NRO account. All other documents for opening an account remain the same as for a resident Indian. If the NRI is not in India at the time of account opening, all photocopies of the KYC documents/proofs and PAN card will have to be attested by the Indian Embassy / Consulate General / Notary Public / Any Court /Magistrate / Judge / Local Banker in the country where the NRI resides. However if the person is in India at the time of account opening, these documents can be self attested. The NRI will have to provide proof of his being in India by submitting a photocopy of the passport page showing the stamp by the immigration authorities at the time of his arrival in India. In case of any help or support, reach us via email on support@tradingbells.com or call us on +91.7447118980. You may also chat with our helpful customer support executive on our website.

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