Qualified Foreign Investor
Earn from Indian Markets as a Qualified Foreign Investor.
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With the Indian financial market growing exponentially, it makes an attractive proposition for foreign individuals to invest in the Indian capital markets.
Through our Qualified Foreign Investor programme, we offer all the services a foreign individual may need to ensure a smooth and worry-free investment experience.
Who is a Qualified Foreign Investor (QFI)
QFI shall mean a person who fulfills the below criteria:
This is provided that the person is not a resident in a country listed in the public statements issued by FATF from time to time on
Residents of the following countries shall be eligible to invest as a QFI as per the definition mentioned above*
|Canada||Republic Of Korea||Slovakia|
*Please note that the list is subject to change
A QFI should neither be a person resident in India nor should be registered with the SEBI as a Foreign Institutional Investor, sub-account or Foreign Venture Capital Investor A QFI should be set up with a SEBI registered Qualified Depository Participant to commence activities. The QDP shall provide inter alia custody services
As a one-time requirement, a QFI shall:
Below are permissible transactions for QFIs investing in India
QFI transactions shall be limited to the following debt securities:
Mutual Funds (MF) Investments
The aforesaid investments in equity, debt and mutual funds by the QFI are subject to certain limits and restrictions imposed by the RBI and SEBI.
Other services & responsibilities:
The following documents need to be submitted by a QFI:
Below are the estimated timelines for the above:
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