NRE PIS – 4 in 1 Account

A unique Doha Bank account that combines:

Experience a seamless and efficient trading experience with the Doha Bank 4-in-1 Account, a unique account that integrates an Online Trading Account, Bank Account s and Demat account for your stock market transactions. With Doha Bank 4-in-1 Account, your trading process becomes smooth, hassle free and you can experience the best of services we have to offer! With this facility you can trade in Indian Stock Market/Securities at nominal rates and also stand to get valuable investment advice which will only make your money grow.

  • NRE Saving Account
  • NRE PIS Account
  • Online Trading Account
  • DEMAT Account

Product Features:

  • Free PIS Letter issuance
  • Purchase INR 50/- per scrip
  • Sale INR 50/- per scrip
  • Scrip transfer in/transfer out charges INR 50/-per scrip

Customer Benefits:

  • Get benefits of 4 accounts in 1 account
  • Trade in Shares in NSE/BSE with this account
  • Demat account benefits
  • Free Trading account opening with Lowest Brokerage
  • Online Trading Facility
  • Investment and trading in Shares
  • Portfolio Management Services (PMS)
  • Insurance, NPS, Tax Services & many more financial services

Other Benefits:

  • Free online fund transfer to and from NRE account
  • The 4 in 1 account gives you benefits of the following 4 accounts
    1. NRE Saving Account
    2. NRE PIS Account
    3. Online Trading Account (with DBFS)
    4. Demat Account (with DBFS)
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  • Set of Passport copy (First Page and last page) –All the pages to be self-attested by the applicant
  • Qatar ID Copy
  • Color photographs pasted on application form
  • Address proof of communication address (like Utility bills, Electricity, Phone, Bank or card statement etc.)
  • Initial Deposit –Doha Bank E-remittance form for transfer of initial deposit from DB Qatar to DB India. (with copy of QID for customers opening their accounts in Qatar)
  • PAN Card


Doha Bank’s retail, commercial and corporate products are granted at our sole discretion and are subject to the Bank’s terms, conditions and acceptance.