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Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS)

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who want to invest in Indian stocks and bonds can do so through the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS). So What is PIS Account? According to Schedule 3 of the Foreign Exchange Management Act 2000, NRIs can purchase and sell shares as well as convertible debentures of companies registered in India via a recognised stock exchange, by routing these transactions through their account with a designated bank branch. The PIS portfolio investment scheme has been devised by the RBI to enable NRI’s to do so. Now, let’s look at some of the details of the PIS Account. To carry out the purchase and sale of shares through a recognised stock exchange, you will have to set up an account with the designated bank that has a global presence. The investments can be made either through a repatriation basis or a non-repatriation basis. For portfolio investment through the repatriation channel, you require a NRE (Non-Resident External) Rupee

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Capital Partners is a private investment firm in India. We manages the investments and portfolio of private companies. Our research and analysis and help private companies achieve their financial goals in the long run. Here’s a whole catalouge of services that we offer to private companies – Fundraising and Setup: During the fundraising, a lot of things need to be done. Private Equity firms help private companies in sorting out the entire strategy. They help the team to develop the fund investment strategy and also with a pitch book. Along with that private equity firms help companies with deal opportunity and sector analysis, the expected value proposition of the fund, and also with doing the due diligence of clients. Moreover, private equity firms will also help private companies write key components of the clients’ track record. Tax & Regulatory Services: Private equity in India can only manage the funds when they have an entire grasp on the tax and regulatory services. Hence, they offer tax & regulatory services as well to the companies who need them. Under this service, they facilitate private companies in fund structuring, restructuring for optimizing the tax, and helping in tax advisory and compliance. Risk, Governance & Compliance: Having funds won’t help until companies know how to comply with the regulations and how to utilize the infrastructure well. Private equity firms, thus help companies in mitigating the risks, find out the best fit for the private companies, and facilitate in creating investment manual and in articulating right portfolio management systems and procedures. Corporate Finance: In corporate finance, private equity in India can assist private companies in various ways. They serve in deal orientation, project management, negotiation support, valuations, capital structuring, capital raising advisory, joint ventures, and deal structuring. These things are immensely helpful if private companies are looking for growth, profitability, and building a competitive advantage. Forensic services: Private equity in India have also been expanding their horizon and working in pretty unfamiliar regions. Here’s one of them. Private equity firms in India help the companies get the corporate intelligence and background checks done along with performing due diligence for the environmental aspects.

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Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS)

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who want to invest in Indian stocks and bonds can do so through the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS). So What is PIS Account? According to Schedule 3 of the Foreign Exchange Management Act 2000, NRIs can purchase and sell shares as well as convertible debentures of companies registered in India via a recognised stock exchange, by routing these transactions through their account with a designated bank branch. The PIS portfolio investment scheme has been devised by the RBI to enable NRI’s to do so. Now, let’s look at some of the details of the PIS Account. To carry out the purchase and sale of shares through a recognised stock exchange, you will have to set up an account with the designated bank that has a global presence. The investments can be made either through a repatriation basis or a non-repatriation basis. For portfolio investment through the repatriation channel, you require a NRE (Non-Resident External) Rupee