NRI Guide

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Q: Can the NRI deposits be prematurely extended to get the benefit of higher interest?

A: Yes, the deposit will earn interest without penalty for the period it has run, provided it has run for the minimum maturity period and thereafter at the higher interest rate.

Q: Will, the bank renew our NRE/FCNR bank deposits automatically?

A: Yes, provided automatic renewal instructions are given at the time of opening the deposit in which case, it will be automatically renewed for an identical period.

Q: Can NRI invest in immovable proprietory concern?

A: Yes, NRI can invest in capital proprietary and partnership firms engaged in manufacturing, commerce or trading activities on a non-repatriation basis

Q: Can NRI invest in shares of Indian Cos and other securities on a non-repatriation basis?

A: Yes, NRIs can invest without any limit on the non-repatriation basis in shares and convertible debentures of Indian Cos., issued either by public issue or private placement or right issues. NRI can...

Q: Can NRI place deposits with companies on repatriation basis?

A: Yes, provided the company accepts the deposits under public deposit scheme for a period not exceeding 3 years and has obtained necessary ratings etc.

Q: Does an NRI, FII require any approval from the RBI to invest in mutual funds?

A: No special approvals are required. NRIs/FIIs have been granted general permission by RBI for investing in/redeeming units of funds subject to conditions set out in the aforesaid regulations.