If you currently live in India and are looking to invest in reAlpha, we have good news for you. We’ve put together this blog post detailing exactly how to invest in reAlpha from India—complete with all of the steps you need to take in order to transfer your funds successfully.
First, here is a rough overview of the steps you will need to take to complete the investment process:
In order to initiate the transfer through remittance, you will need to follow these instructions. (Please note that this will be a capital account transaction.)
This investment can be made under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) of RBI.
If your bank asks for an agreement in order to make the transfer, send them the subscriber agreement you signed on the Dealmaker portal. Wire transfers from India will come as SWIFT payments. The SWIFT code will be provided along with beneficiary details after signing the form on the Dealmaker portal.
Please note, you need to provide your Permanent Account Number (PAN) for all transactions under RBI’s Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
We are so excited to have you as a shareholder, and cannot wait for you to get in on the ground floor of our innovative startup.
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