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How to buy a mutual fund
Posted On December 16, 2016 at 8:06 pm by /
What you need to get started with Mutual Fund investing
To start investing in a fund scheme you need a PAN, bank account and be KYC (know your client) compliant. The bank account should be in the name of the investor with the Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) and Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) details. These details are mentioned on every cheque leaf and it is common for an agent or distributor to seek a cancelled bank cheque leaf.
How to get your KYC
The need for KYC is to comply with the market regulator SEBI in accordance with the Prevention of Money laundering Act, 2002 (‘PMLA’), which undergo changes from time to time.
KYC process is investor friendly and is uniform across various SEBI regulated intermediaries in the securities market such as Mutual Funds, Portfolio Managers, Depository Participants, Stock Brokers, Venture Capital Funds, Collective Investment Schemes and others. This way, a single KYC eliminates duplication of the KYC process across these intermediaries and makes investing more investor friendly.
Documents required to be submitted along with KYC application

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How to buy a mutual fund

Posted On December 16, 2016 at 8:06 pm by / 

 

What you need to get started with Mutual Fund investing?
To start investing in a fund scheme you need a PAN, bank account and be KYC (know your client) compliant. The bank account should be in the name of the investor with the Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) and Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) details. These details are mentioned on every cheque leaf and it is common for an agent or distributor to seek a cancelled bank cheque leaf.

How to get your KYC?
The need for KYC is to comply with the market regulator SEBI in accordance with the Prevention of Money laundering Act, 2002 (‘PMLA’), which undergo changes from time to time.

KYC process is investor friendly and is uniform across various SEBI regulated intermediaries in the securities market such as Mutual Funds, Portfolio Managers, Depository Participants, Stock Brokers, Venture Capital Funds, Collective Investment Schemes and others. This way, a single KYC eliminates duplication of the KYC process across these intermediaries and makes investing more investor friendly.

Documents required to be submitted along with KYC application

  • Recent passport size photograph
  • Proof of identity such as a copy of PAN card or UID (Aadhaar) or passport or voter ID or driving licence
  • Proof of address passport or driving license or ration card or registered lease/sale agreement of residence or latest bank A/C statement or passbook or latest telephone bill (only landline) or latest electricity bill or latest gas bill, which are not older than three months.

You will need to submit copies of all these documents by self-attesting them along with originals for verification. In case the original of any document is not produced for verification, then the copies should be properly attested by entities authorised for attesting the documents. In case you are unable to furnish proper documents, it could result in delays in getting a KYC.

Resident Indians can get it attested by: Notary public, Gazetted officer, Manager of a scheduled commercial or co-operative bank or multinational foreign banks. Make sure the name, designation and seal is affixed on the copy.

NRIs can get attestation from: Authorised officials of overseas branches of scheduled commercial banks registered in India, notary public, court magistrate, judge, Indian Embassy in the country where the client resides.

How to check your KYC status?
Existing investors and those who have submitted their applications can check the status on KYC compliance with their PAN number with any of the KYC Registration agency

Mutual fund application form
Each mutual fund scheme has a form that investors need to fill. If you start investing in the systematic investment plan (SIP), you need to fill in two forms: one to open an account with the mutual fund and the other to specify your SIP details such as frequency, monthly instalment amount, and date on which the SIP sum is to be invested.

Investing for Minors
If you wish to invest in the name of a minor, you need to fill in a third-party declaration form.


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