NRO - Current
Non Resident Ordinary Account (NRO)
Type of Accounts
Sources of Funding the Account
1. Funds remitted from abroad in any permitted currency through banking channels.
2. Depositing cheque / draft drawn in foreign currency or INR
3. Transfer from other NRE / FCNR / NRO accounts of the same account holder or another account holder with our Bank or other Banks.
4. Surrender of foreign currency / foreign currency travellers’ cheques to the Bank by the account holder in person.
Note : Third party TCs are not permitted.
Rate of Interest
No interest paid
Who can open
NRIs / PIOs (other than person resident in Nepal and Bhutan)
(Individuals from Pakistan require prior approval of RBI)
Joint Account with
One or more NRIs / PIOs.
May be held jointly with Resident Indian also.
Average quarterly balance Rs.5000/-
Operations by Power of Attorney in favour of a resident
Operations in the account in terms of Power of Attorney is restricted to withdrawals for permissible local payments and for investment in the name of account holder. Remittance to the account holder abroad is permitted, if the PA document provides for the same.
Interest is repatriable net of applicable tax. Principal amount is repatriable under certain circumstances subject to payment of applicable taxes.