Equity:

BBK has entered into an arrangement with Geojit BNP Paribas Fiancial Services Ltd. This association will provide the bank’s clients the opportunity to diversify their holdings through investments in the Indian stock market and mutual funds. Services offered include Portfolio / Investment, Investment in Indian Equity Market, DEMAT account, Offline Share Transactions.

Investment Schemes for Non Resident Indians : Bank of Bahrain & Kuwait has dedicated team of Relationship Mangersto handle the investment needs of NRI customers. BBK offers NRE, NRO savings and term deposits, accounts Foreign currency accounts namely FCNR, RFC, etc. Investments on repatriation basis : Government dated securities/treasury bills. Units of domestic mutual funds. Bonds issued by a public sector undertaking (PSU) in India. Non-convertible debentures of a company incorporated in India. Shares in Public Sector Enterprises being dis-invested by the Government of India, provided the purchase is in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated in the notice inviting bids. Shares and convertible debentures of Indian companies under FDI scheme (including automatic route & FIPB). Shares and convertible debentures of Indian companies through stock exchange under Portfolio Investment Scheme. Perpetual debt instruments and debt capital instruments issued by banks in India. Investments on non-repatriation basis :

  • Government dated securities (other than bearer securities)/treasury bills.
  • Units of domestic mutual funds.
  • Units of Money Market Mutual Funds in India.
  • The capital of a firm or proprietary concern in India, not engaged in any agricultural or plantation activity or real estate business.
  • Deposits with a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956 including NBFC registered with RBI, or a body corporate created under an Act of Parliament or State Legislature, a proprietorship concern or a firm out of rupee funds which do not represent inward remittances or transfer from NRE/FCNR(B) Accounts into the NRO Account.
  • Commercial Paper issued by an Indian company.
  • Shares and convertible debentures of Indian companies other than under Portfolio Investment Scheme.

Investments on non-repatriation basis:

  • Government dated securities (other than bearer securities)/treasury bills.
  • Units of domestic mutual funds.
  • Units of Money Market Mutual Funds in India.
  • Non-convertible debentures of a company incorporated in India.
  • The capital of a firm or proprietary concern in India, not engaged in any agricultural or plantation activity or real estate business.
  • Deposits with a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956 including NBFC registered with RBI, or a body corporate created under an Act of Parliament or State Legislature, a proprietorship concern or a firm out of rupee funds which do not represent inward remittances or transfer from NRE/FCNR(B) Accounts into the NRO Account.
  • Commercial Paper issued by an Indian company.
  • Shares and convertible debentures of Indian companies other than under Portfolio Investment Scheme.

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