How to make Investments in India? NRI, PIO & OCI can make investments in India. RBI & SEBI allows these categories of investors to invest in Indian stock markets, buy real estate in India, conduct trading in derivatives: futures and options, invest in mutual funds of India, make investments in government and RBI bonds. However in order to do such activities the SEBI has made the role of PAN card a must (Permanent Account Number). Get an account registered today to use the India's Investment climate to its best.
Who is an NRI – Non Resident India? NRI stands for a Non-Resident Indian. A non-resident Indian is an Indian or a citizen of India who lives outside of India. You are an Indian if you have ever had Indian passport, if you or your parents were ever citizens of India, or if you are a spouse of an Indian citizen. (Please be advised that India investment is now picking up)
NRIs, PIOs and OCIs – Overseas Citizens of India (Overseas citizenship) NRI, PIO & OCI have been
given the privilege to use bank accounts via India banks, to invest your money
in shares with Indian companies, and invest in property – real estate. Use the
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will guide you as to how to invest money in India.
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