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It’s the smartest way to invest in the markets.

Why Gill Broking?

NRI Account by Gill Broking offers you a host of features to help you invest without any hassles. Access multiple asset classes from anywhere, anytime and enjoy the simplicity of a reliable platform. Get started now!

Multiple Trading Platforms

Trade confidently in the Indian Stock Market with our first-of-its-kind NRI account. You can trade in the equity, commodity and currency markets.

Invest in IPOs

The top recommended initial public offering platform. Invest in the most promising and exciting new tech companies with just a few clicks or a phone call.

Speedy Account Opening
More safety. Faster KYC. Link your PIS to your bank account and be done with easier compliance formalities.
Off-Market Order Placement

Get the instant execution for your stock orders. Buy or sell your stock and equity mutual funds

Unbiased Research Offering

Stay ahead with our expert research insights on the financial markets. Get expert market insights from leading research experts.

Futures & Options

Trade conveniently in Futures and Options. Make investment decisions with the right guidance. Our advisors are here to help you make the right choices.

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How to open an account as a NRI?
A Non-Resident Indian (NRI) may open a demat & trading account with Gillbroking by linking his/her Non-Resident Ordinary (NRO) or Non-Resident External (NRE) savings bank account. NRIs arenb t allowed to trade the currency or commodity markets in India.

A Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) permission letter from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is to be obtained before you can open a demat and trading account with a brokerage in India. The Bank where you have opened an NRI/NRO account will help you obtain a PIS permission letter, after providing certain documents.

As a non-resident, you could open an NRE & NRO account simultaneously. Only one account can be mapped to your demat & trading account. By mapping an NRE account, you can only trade in the Equity segment, whereas, through an NRO account, you could trade in both equity & derivative segment.

There are various documents which are required to be sent along with the printed & filled up account opening form while opening a demat & trading account with GillBroking, which are mentioned as below:

1. Copy of PIS permission letter;
2. Copy of FEMA declaration to Gillbroking Broking Limited
3. Copy of PAN card;
4. Overseas address proof b  Copy of driving license/foreign passport/utility bills/bank statement (not more than 2 months)/notarized copy of rent agreement/leave & license agreement/ Sale deed;
5. Indian address proof, if any;
6. Passport size photograph;
In case of an Indian Passport: Copy of valid passport with the place of birth as India and Copy of Valid Visa;
In the case of Foreign Passport: Copy of Valid passport, Copy of PIO/OCI card. Proof of Bank account (a cancelled cheque leaf of your NRE or NRO savings bank account);

Note: Copy of PAN card, passport, and foreign address proof to be self-attested and notarized by Indian embassy or any other competent authority like Authorized officials of overseas branches of scheduled commercial banks registered in India, public notaries, court magistrate, judge, or the Indian embassy/consulate general in the country that they reside in the country where the NRI resides. The attesting authority should affix a b verified with originalb  stamp, name, designation, signature and date on the said documents; Declaration of P.O. Box in your residing country; and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Declaration Form
Note: In case you wish to open 2 accounts (NRE & NRO) we would require 2 sets of application forms and the annexures.

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