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The investment through equity instruments by a person resident outside India in an unlisted Indian company, or in ten per cent or more of the post issue paid-up equity capital on a fully diluted basis of a listed Indian company, is known as ‘FDI’ or ‘Foreign Direct Investment’; whereas, if such investment is less than ten percent of the post issue paid-up share capital on a fully diluted basis of a listed Indian company is termed as ‘Foreign Portfolio Investment’ or ‘FPI’.
Such investments in Indian company through equity instrument by a person resident outside India are governed by Foreign Exchange Management (Non-Debt Instruments) Rules, 2019.
We, at Axis Bank to cater to your needs on Foreign Investments (‘FI’) provide services which includes handling inward remittance towards foreign investment, repatriation of funds, regulatory reporting, etc.
Investments are categorized into permissible and prohibited mode. Investments which are classified into permissible mode can be processed by following routes :
Modes through which a foreign investor can invest in India -
Steps for smooth processing of the transaction :
Reporting under FDI
FDI into India requires reporting in specific forms in an online reporting system regulated by RBI. The reporting platform is hosted at firms.rbi.org.in
Steps for reporting includes
Product offering is subject to certain eligibility criteria as per Bank's internal policy and is subject to Bank's discretion.