In talk with The Hindu, Mudit Vijayvergiya explains how SBNRI is helping NRIs with banking and investment in India

India is the largest source country for international migrants globally. Every year a number of people move abroad from India for education, jobs, business, etc. and many of them become Non-Resident Indians, commonly called NRIs. Once someone attains NRI status, rules governing their earnings, savings, investments and tax liability change dramatically. Due to minimal resources, and lack of knowledge and transparency, NRIs face several challenges to conduct banking and investment transactions in India.
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