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NRI Investing

TradingBells welcomes NRI customers but they must have an NRE or an NRO account with a bank in India before investing.

NRI Investing

NRI investing is a viable option for NRIs. It is also a great way to invest in the stock market and earn wealth in the long term.

NRIs are welcome to open accounts with TradingBells. As an 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.

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.

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Q- What is the documentation required to Invest in Indian Mutual Funds for NRI Investors?

In India, the following papers are needed to invest in mutual funds: Card Copy for Pan Copy of Passport (Front and Back page) Indian or foreign address verification (For ex: if passport has foreign address then provide Indian Address proof) Bank Evidence (cancelled cheque or latest bank Statement from NRE or NRO Account) Certificates of Person of Indian Origin (PIO) or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI). Only investors who are not Indian citizens are needed to do this. Simply submit these files, and we'll take care of the rest.

Q- How can NRIs start investing in Indian Mutual Funds?

We can assist you in setting up your Scripbox account so that you can invest in Indian mutual funds if you have a valid PAN Card and an NRE/NRO account. If processing your KYC (Know Your Customer) is necessary, we can assist you completely online and at no cost.


Q- Is real estate a good investment for NRIs in 2023?

It would be advantageous for an NRI to invest in real estate in India in 2023. According to data, the year 2023 will be quite promising for both commercial and residential real estate businesses. Co-ed offices and other commercial spaces have seen significant growth over the past few years.



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Issued in the interest of investors: Prevent Unauthorised transactions in your trading and Demat account. Update your mobile numbers/email IDs with Tradingbells. Receive alerts and information of all debit and other important transactions in your trading and Demat account directly from Exchange/Depository on your mobile/email at the end of the day. KYC is a onetime exercise while dealing in securities markets. Once KYC is done through a SEBI registered intermediary (broker, DP, Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary.

No need to issue cheques by investors while subscribing to IPO. Just write the bank account number and sign in the application form to authorise your bank to make payment in case of allotment. No worries of refund as money remains in investor's account.

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