Why don’t you accept NRO account?
That isn't true! You as an NRI can link your NRO account to your FYERS account.
To know more about how to open your NRI account. refer to this article
What happens if I don’t take a trade in my NRO or NRE account after account opening?
It is recommended to take the first trade within 90 days of account opening, else the account might be marked as inactive. Once the account status is marked 'Inactive', you will have to reinitiate the KYC process to access your account.
How do I add a nominee to my trading account while opening an account by E-sign, I don’t see it on my digitally signed form?
As per the SEBI rules, nomination in digital account opening form is not allowed; hence you won’t see a section for nominee addition. If you wish to add a nominee to your existing trading account, please refer to this – How do I add a nominee to my ...
Why can’t I take delivery of shares if I have not opened a Demat account?
Whenever you buy shares and decide to hold it for a week, a month, or years together then shares bought are deposited in Demat account in dematerialised form, as Demat account holds shares and securities in electronic custody. If you don’t have Demat ...
What is an NRO Non-PIS account?
Under the NRO Non-PIS account, an NRI can Buy & hold Equity Shares, Convertible Debentures/Preference shares, Bonds, Warrants, etc., on a non-repatriation basis. All the investments made by the NRI in this account will be considered domestic ...
What happens if I don’t give the Power of Attorney (POA) of my Demat account?
Earlier, in the absence of a POA, a client would be able to sell or pledge shares which he/she owns only upon physically submitting the Delivery Instruction Slips (DIS) to the broker. This was both inconvenient and time consuming for everyone. For an ...