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Equity Trading
Invest online in Equities, Derivatives, IPOs, and Mutual Funds with the comfort of your home or office through our 4-in-1 account consisting of:
  1. NRE Savings Bank (SB) account
  2. NRE Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) account
  3. Demat Account
  4. Trading Account

NRE SB will be opened with any of the SBI branch and NRE PIS account can only be opened with NRI Nariman Point, Mumbai branch. Both Demat and Trading accounts will be opened with SBI Cap Securities Ltd. (SBI CAPSEC). However, you have to get in touch with your SBI home branch only, as they will take care of opening of all these different accounts.

The PIS account at our NRI Mumbai branch will be mapped with your NRE SB account, which can be with any of our branches. PIS account will also be mapped to the Demat account and Trading account with SBI CAPSEC, to enable you to execute trades online. The underlying linkage of these four accounts enables you to carry out sale/purchase transaction and funds settlement seamlessly without any manual intervention by using our INB facility and trading platform of SBI CAPSEC. SBI will calculate and deduct capital gain tax liability arising out of sale / purchase transaction from your PIS account and will issue tax deduction certificate.

You can open PIS account, if you have an existing NRE SB account with any of the SBI Branch. However, your existing NRE SB account should have been opened in preceding two years or fresh KYC documents have been submitted to your branch in last two years for the re-KYC of it.

Transfer your funds from SB account to PIS account through our Internet Banking and then mark a lien on your funds in PIS account for investing in stock market.

Features of PIS Account:

Features NRE – PIS Account
Repatriability Fully repatriable
Permissible Credits
  1. Inward remittances in NRE or FCNR (B) accounts
  2. Transfer from other NRE or FCNR (B) accounts
  3. Sale proceeds (after payment of applicable taxes) of shares and convertible debentures which were acquired on repatriation basis under PIS and sold on stock exchange through registered broker
  4. Dividend or income earned on investments under PIS
Permissible Debits
  1. Outward remittances of dividend or income earned
  2. Amounts paid on account of purchase of shares and convertible debentures on repatriation basis on stock exchanges through registered broker under PIS
  3. Any charges on account of sale/ purchase of shares or convertible debentures under PIS

Charge Structure:

RBI approval for PIS (One time) Rs. 750/-
PIS Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC) Rs. 1000/-
PIS Reporting Charges (on transaction value per scrip) 0.50 %
Trading Account opening (to be charged by SBI CAPSEC one time) Rs. 500/-
Demat Account opening (One time and to be charged by SBI CAPSEC) Rs. 2500/-
Demat Annual Maintenance Charges (to be charged by SBI CAPSEC at yearly periodicity) Rs. 750/-
Transaction brokerage (on transaction value per scrip and to be charged by SBI CAPSEC) 0.50 %

To open 4-in-1 account with SBI and SBI CAPSEC:

Please fill following account opening applications and send it to your desired or existing home branch in India along with the supporting KYC documents as mentioned in the applications:

  1. Please fill NRE SB account opening application, if not having presently. Please click here to apply it through our Online Account Opening Application or click here to download the application to fill it manually.
  2. Please fill NRE Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) account opening application. Please note fresh KYC documents are not required to be submitted for opening of PIS account, provided you already have an existing KYC compliant NRE SB account. Click here to download the application and fill it manually.
  3. Please fill Demat and Trading Accounts opening application of SBI CAPSEC. Click here to download the applications from SBI CAPSEC website.

To open SB & PIS accounts with SBI and Demat & Trading accounts with other Broker:

Please fill following account opening applications and send it to your desired or existing home branch in India along with the supporting KYC documents as mentioned in the applications:

  1. Please fill NRE SB account opening application, if not having presently. Please click here to apply it through our Online Account Opening Application or click here to download the application to fill it manually.
  2. Please fill NRE Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) account opening application. Please note fresh KYC documents are not required to be submitted for opening of PIS account, provided you already have an existing KYC compliant NRE SB account. Click here to download the application and fill it manually.
  3. Please give details of your Demat and Trading Accounts, if already existing or please open these accounts with the broker of your choice and provide the details of the same on PIS account opening application.
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