A Common Application Form duly completed, together with cheques or bank drafts should be submitted at Investor Service Centres of Sundaram Mutual Fund. All cheques/demand drafts accompanying the application form must be made in favour of the scheme names. For e.g to invest in Sundaram Select Midcap Fund, the cheque should be drawn in favour of the scheme i.e. “Sundaram Select Mid Cap Fund and crossed "A/c payee" only and should be made payable at a city where the application is accepted by any Sundaram Mutual Fund Investor Service Centres. The investor may alternatively apply for units if he has an I-Pin at our website www.sundarammutual.com
Subscription should be videcheques or bank drafts drawn from their NRE/NRO accounts in India.This must be, accompanied by an FIRC (Foreign Inward Remittance Certificate) or a BC (Banker's Cetrificate). This is towards the proof that, the amount is out of NRE/NRO A/c of the investor. These instruments must be payable at any of our branch locations. The allotment will be based on the date and time of receipt of such requests at these branch locations.
If subscriptions are received with an outstation cheque (not payable at the location at which the application is lodged), the allotment will be based on the date of realization of credit into our Account.
Sundaram Mutual Fund has also introduced the 'Invest Online' facility on website www.sundarammutual.com NRI's can experience the world of online convenience at a click and avail the following benefits:
- Get a portfolio one view across all your folios,
- Online Transact: Purchase, Switch, Redeem and more..,
- Generate account statements, track past transactions,