Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Acquisition of Securities or units by a Non- Resident Indian (NRI), on Non-Repatriation basis

A Non-resident Indian (NRI), including a company, a trust and a partnership firm incorporated outside India and owned and controlled by Non-Resident Indians, may acquire and hold, on non-repatriation basis, equity shares, convertible preference shares, convertible debenture, warrants or units, which will be deemed to be domestic investment at par with the investment made by residents. Without loss of generality, it is stated that


  • An NRI may acquire, on non-repatriation basis, any security issued by a company without any limit either on the stock exchange or outside it.
  • An NRI may invest, on non-repartition basis, in units issued by an investment vehicle without any limit, either on the stock exchange or outside it.
  • An NRI may contribute, on non-repatriation basis, to the capital of a partnership firm, a proprietary firm or a Limited Liability Partnership without any limit.

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