Brokerage Calculator for NRI's

Find how much brokerage Non-Resident Indian (NRI) customers can save with us

NRI THROUGH NRE AND NRO ACCOUNT
EQUITY - DELIVERY BROKERAGE CALCULATOR


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ProStocks Brokerage
Rs 15 Per Executed Order
Turnover 8,40,000.00
Brokerage 40.00
STT Total 110.00
Exchange Transaction Charges 27.30
Stamp Duty 16.80
Service Tax 8.08
SEBI Turnover Fees 1.68
Total Brokerage and Charges 204.10
Per Share Breakeven 0.51
Net Profit 39,795.90

NRO - FUTURES BROKERAGE CALCULATOR


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ProStocks Brokerage
Rs 15 Per Executed Order
Turnover 8,40,000.00
Brokerage 40.00
STT Total 110.00
Exchange Transaction Charges 27.30
Stamp Duty 16.80
SEBI Turnover Fees 1.68
Service Tax 8.08
Total Brokerage and Charges 204.10
Per Share Breakeven 0.51
Net Profit 39,795.90

NRO - OPTIONS BROKERAGE CALCULATOR


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ProStocks Brokerage
Rs 15 Per Executed Order
Turnover 8,40,000.00
Brokerage 40.00
STT Total 110.00
Exchange Transaction Charges 27.30
Stamp Duty 16.80
SEBI Turnover Fees 1.68
Service Tax 8.08
Total Brokerage and Charges 204.10
Per Share Breakeven 0.51
Net Profit 39,795.90
NRI are not allowed to Trade in Currency Derivatives.

FAQs

NRIs can purchase shares or convertible debenture of an Indian Company, Invest in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and trade in futures & options segment.

As per the recent circular by RBI, NRIs are now permitted to have access to Exchange Traded Currency Derivatives (ETCD) market in India.

Note: Intra-day trading in cash segment is not allowed to NRIs.

"Detailed guidelines and procedure to hedge currency risk  through exchange traded currency derivatives is awaited  from BSE and NSE , post amendment in FEMA."

As per the recent circular by RBI Non Resident Indians (NRIs) are now permitted to have access to Exchange Traded Currency Derivatives (ETCD) market in India.

As of now, NRIs are permitted to hedge their Rupee currency risk through OTC transactions with (Authorized Dealer) AD banks. With a view to enable additional hedging products for NRIs to hedge their investments in India, it has been decided to allow them access to the exchange traded currency derivatives market to hedge the currency risk arising out of their investments in India.

NRIs may take positions in the currency futures / exchange traded options market to hedge the currency risk on the market value of their permissible (under FEMA, 1999) Rupee investments in debt and equity and dividend due and balances held in NRE accounts.

"Detailed guidelines and procedure to hedge currency risk through exchange traded currency derivatives is awaited from BSE and NSE , post amendment in FEMA."