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NRE Savings* 3.00% Apply Now
 
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NRE FD
(5years 1 day upto 10 years)
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*Interest rates at 4% per annum for end of day balances equal to or above INR 50 lacs and 3.50% per annum for end of day balances below INR 50 lacs
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    FCNR(B) Fixed Deposit Account

    Key Highlights

     

    • Book FCNR (Foreign Currency Non-Resident) deposits for high yields in foreign currency
    • FCNR can be booked in 7 currencies:

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      CurrencyMinimum deposit
      USD, GBP 1,000
      SGD, CAD and AUD 2,000
      HKD 10,000
      JPY 200,000
    • Principal amount and interest earned is fully repatriable
    • Interest earned is tax free in India
    • Modes of booking FCNR deposit - Internet Banking, I-mobile, Phone Banking, Wire Transfer,
      Request at your nearest branch
    • Click here for FCNR Interest rates
    • Tenure:
      • Ranging from 1 to 5 years for USD, GBP, CAD, AUD, HKD, and SGD
      • Tenure for JPY can be offered for 2 years

     

    • Book FCNR (Foreign Currency Non-Resident) deposits for high yields in foreign currency
    • FCNR can be booked in 9 currencies:

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      CurrencyMinimum deposit
      USD, GBP, EUR and CHF 1,000
      SGD, CAD and AUD 2,000
      HKD 10,000
      JPY 200,000
    • Principal amount and interest earned is fully repatriable
    • Interest earned is tax free in India
    • Modes of booking FCNR deposit - Internet Banking, I-mobile, Phone Banking, Wire Transfer,
      Request at your nearest branch
    • Click here for FCNR Interest rates
    • Tenure: Ranging from 1 to 5 years

     

    What is FCNR(B) Fixed Deposit Account?

    • FCNR(B) is a fixed deposit held in foreign currency
    • An investment option for NRI/ PIO/ OCIs looking to retain their money in foreign currency for good returns

    Why choose FCNR(B) FD?

    • Book FCNR(B) deposits to earn higher returns on foreign currency deposits
    • Avoid foreign currency exchange risk, ensuring high and guaranteed returns
    • When you are unsure of where you wish to use/ invest your earnings (India or overseas) to avoid dual conversion of your money

    Other Features

    • Hassle-free renewal: Automatic renewal of your principal and interest on maturity
    • Easy movement: Principal amount and interest earned are fully repatriable
    • Tax benefits: Interest earned is not taxable in India
    • Attractive loan options: Loans up to 85% of your deposit at attractive interest rates (Maximum Rs. 500 lakh)
    • Quick processing: Electronic Deposit Confirmation Advice (E- DCA) on your e-mail ID in 1 working day (if you have subscribed for account statement via e-mail)

    FCNR Fixed Account Benefits

     

    Here are four benefits of holding an FCNR account:

    1. Denominated in foreign currency, so no impact of exchange rate fluctuations.
    2. Better Foreign currency yields with attractive FCNR rates
    3. Full repatriability of funds, whether principal or interest
    4. Interest earned on FCNR deposits is tax-free.
    5. No restriction on taking loans against FCNR accounts in India and abroad.

     

    Please Note:

    • The deposit would be booked with the net amount received after deducting appropriate charges/ fees as may applicable at the time of remittance/ clearance of the cheque
    • In case of FCNR (B) FD booking request through wire transfer/ remittances, the request for FCNR (B) FD will be processed only if the remitter and the beneficiary name matches. For complete details, please visit  Terms and Conditions

    Difference between FCNR, NRO and NRE accounts


    Key differences between FCNR, NRO, and NRE account are tabulated below:

     

    Particulars

    FCNR

    NRO

    NRE

    Denomination

    Foreign currency

    Indian currency

    Indian currency

    Type of Account

    Recurring Deposit/ Fixed Deposit

    Current account/ savings account/ Recurring Deposit/ Fixed Deposit

    Current account/ savings account/ Recurring Deposit/ Fixed Deposit

    Repatriability of Funds

    No restrictions

    No restrictions on interest earned, principal repatriable up to specified limits

    No restrictions

    Taxation on interest income

    Exempt

    Taxable

    Exempt

     

    How to open an FCNR account?


    One can open an FCNR account through internet banking, iMobile or by visiting nearest branch in any of the freely convertible foreign currencies. It must be noted that different foreign currencies carry different FCNR interest rates .

     

    How can you transfer your funds to the FCNR account?


    Funds can be transferred into the FCNR account from your NRE account in India or any foreign currency account outside India. When you transfer funds from the NRE account, the amount transferred will be converted into the foreign currency at prevailing exchange rates and thereafter, deposited in foreign currency equivalent. Further, it must be noted that funding of FCNR account is not possible from third-party account

     

     FD ClosureOn maturity Any amountPremature closure
    Less than INR 10 lakh or equivalentINR 10 lakh or equivalent and greater
    Single
    Internet Banking

    or

    Mobile Banking

    or

    Customer Care
    Internet Banking or Mobile Banking or Customer Care
    More than one applicant
    Internet Banking or Mobile Banking

    The following documents need to be uploaded while making the request;

    FD closure request signed by all deposit holders

    and

    Copies of the passport of each deposit holder which is counter signed (self-attested).
    Following physical documents need to be couriered to

    ICICI Bank Limited NRI HUB, RPC Mumbai Autumn Estate, 5th Floor, 'A' Wing Near Mhada, Chandivali, Andheri (E) Mumbai - 400 072, India.

    FD closure request signed by all deposit holders

    and

    Copies of the passport of each deposit holder which is counter signed (self-attested)

    and

    A cancelled cheque (original) of an NRE SB or NRO SB account is held in the same Customer ID as the deposit being closed.

    * The deposit would be booked with the net amount received after deducting appropriate charges / fees as may applicable at the time of remittance / clearance of the cheque.

    Documents Required