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Posted: 6 months ago Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

World-class Portfolio investment services by SBM bank

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What is a portfolio investment scheme

It is a scheme by the Reserve Bank of India which allows Non -resident Indians to deal in different asset classes in Indian companies through a recognized stock exchange. By having an Nri saving account with a well-known bank.

Leverage the Indian secondary market from any part of the world
The Indian secondary market offers lucrative investment opportunities to grow your wealth. And you can get your piece of this pie despite being thousands of miles away.

SBM Private Wealth in association with India Infoline (IIFL) brings you the opportunity to grow your wealth through investments in Indian stocks and bonds. With our NRE Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) Account, you can buy and sell shares and debentures of Indian companies on a recognized stock exchange on a repatriable basis.

Benefits of our NRE Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) Account

Invest in India from any part of the World
Buy, Sell, Repatriate at a click
Enjoy Smooth Transactions
3-in-1 Account with Competitive Pricing
Competitive Brokerage and Value Added Subscription Plans
Award-winning Research Team
Dedicated Support Team
You can use your SBM NRE Savings Account to route the transactions under Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) on a repatriable basis.

You can use your SBM NRO Savings Account to route the transactions under Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) on a Non-repatriable basis.

Visit us at:-

https://www.sbmbank.co.in/global_indian/portfolio-investment-scheme.php

Contact Details

Phone: 18001033817
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