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Know Your Client (KYC). Application Form (For Individuals only). (Please fill the form in English and in BLOCK Letters). Fields marked with '*' are mandatory. KNOW YOUR CLIENT (KYC) APPLICATION FORM. For Individuals. Please fill this form in ENGLISH and in BLOCK LETTERS. A. IDENTITY DETAILS. 1. Know Your Customer(KYC) Form. (To be filled in black ink with BLOCK LETTERS . Fields marked with * are mandatory). (For Instructions to fill form please see.
The FATCA or Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is currently a mandatory requirement that all mutual fund houses and investors need to comply with in case they are planning to make investments in India. Introduction of Aadhaar-based Online KYC Registration Technology has introduced many changes in our lives and this extends to the way in which we get mutual fund KYC registration done in order to make new mutual fund investments. Technology has introduced many changes in our lives and this extends to the way in which we get mutual fund KYC registration done in order to make new mutual fund investments. Investor details may change from time to time and these details need to be updated on the KYC website to ensure the accuracy of the investor information available. The benefit from this is twofold — while the elimination of fresh KYC form submission requirement multiple times reduces the hassle faced by the investor, it also reduces the duplicate effort due to multiple KYC requests of the same investor which freeing up organizational resources for other activities. Main Investors KYC.
Change Details Registration: Investor details may change from time to time and these details need to be updated on the KYC website to ensure the accuracy of the investor information available. Some of the key KYC document data that is liable to change overtime includes — Name legal name change e. In such cases, the data needs to be updated on the centralized database by replacing the old data with the new one. This necessitates the filling out of a new KYC form, which is similar to a fresh KYC document, however, only the field to be updated needs to be filled out in this case.
The rest of the process is the same in terms of the initial check by the institution accepting the revised KYC form, then once validated, the updated information is sent over to the KRA to be uploaded to the centralized database. However, in this case, a new record for the investor need not be created as only one or more fields need to be updated in order to comply with the SEBI-mandated KYC requirements. In case, the updated data has not been validated by supporting documents, the institution that is initially accepting the filled out form is required to communicate the requirement of additional KYC document s to the investor.
Till such time as the updated data along with supporting documentation has been provided by the investor, the information currently available on the database will be considered as the correct one.
Identity Details: In this section of the KYC document, the basic identity information of the investor is captured. Most of these fields are mandatory and supporting documents need to be provided such that they match the information filled out on the form.
Proof of Identity Details: Apart from PAN, attested copy of an additional proof of identity document is required to validate the details such as name and other details mentioned in the previous section.
Address Details: This entry needs to match the one mentioned on the Aadhaar card or other identity proof document except PAN card as it does not have an address printed on it.
In case the correspondence address is the same as the communication address, there is no need to submit additional documentation with the mutual fund KYC form. The valid correspondence address needs to be provided in Annexure A1 mentioned later. Contact Details: At present, a wide range of information related to mutual funds are sent via email and SMS instead of physical letters sent to the mailing address. In case you decide to change these at a later date, make sure you submit a revised form filled out with the correct details at a later date.
Additionally, you can also provide home and office landline phone numbers in the relevant sections. The FATCA or Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is currently a mandatory requirement that all mutual fund houses and investors need to comply with in case they are planning to make investments in India.
The reason for the introduction of this section of the mutual fund KYC document stems from the fact that many Indians are now investing overseas while increasing number of overseas investors are making investments in India which necessitates further action to ensure transparency of income from international as well as national sources.
The FACTA law is designed to help the Indian Government accurately estimate the income of these investors and ensure that they pay taxes on such income. Details of Related Person: In case you are investing in a fund on behalf of your child, you will have to provide your details including KYC Number in this section along with your name and registered address.
In case you have are not yet KYC compliant, you will need to provide a certified copy of one among the various acceptable Proof of Identity documents mentioned on the KYC application form. Finally, the form must be duly signed and dated by the KYC applicant with the place where it was signed prior to submission.
Annexure A1: The correspondence address filled out in this section needs to be backed up with acceptable address proof documents. Address proof documents acceptable for mutual fund KYC document include utility bills — post paid mobile, electricity, gas, etc. Unless such supporting documentation is provided, the permanent address in the earlier section of the mutual fund KYC form will be used as the correspondence address.
Annexure B1: Similar to earlier sections for related persons, details to be filled out here include Name, serial number of proof of identity document such as Aaadhaar, Passport, Voter ID, PAN card etc. Contacts Site map.
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