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Bank Accounts

What are the modes of funding an NRI account from overseas?

You can transfer funds to your ICICI Bank NRE / NRO savings account using any of the following money transfer options:

Online modes :

Online money transfer modes offer the convenience of transferring money through the internet from the comfort of your home.

Money2India* is an Internet based money transfer tracking service offering features like:

  • Anytime, anywhere access
  • Online tracking of funds
  • Competitive exchange rates
  • 24 hour customer care which you can access vide toll free phone and / or email

To start using the Money2India facility, you have to complete a one-time instant online registration. For more details and registration please visit www.money2india.com. *Money2India is available only in Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, UK ,USA and UAE. 

Offline Modes

Wire Transfer:

Wire Transfer facility is one of the easiest offline methods of transferring money to India from any part of the world. This facility is available for most countries and can be used for large value transfers.

To initiate a wire transfer, you have to visit your local bank abroad and provide wire transfer instructions.

Exchange house transfers

ICICI Bank has tie-ups with 24 key Exchange houses and Correspondent banks in Gulf Cooperation Council** locations, which provide several fund transfer facilities such as Insta-Transfers, I-Express, Speed Remittance and INR DD Facilities.

 

Foreign Currency Cheques

Foreign Currency Cheque is a cheque drawn on foreign banks in a foreign currency. These cheques can be deposited to the beneficiary's NRE Savings Account.

 

INR Cheques

You can draw INR cheques from other NRE Savings Account in favour of your ICICI Bank NRE savings account. You can draw INR cheques from any account in favour of your ICICI Bank NRO savings account.

Please note that some of the modes of transfer mentioned above may or may not be available to you depending upon your country of residence.

**Gulf Cooperation Council includes - Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and United Arab Emirates

You can transfer funds to your ICICI Bank NRE / NRO savings account using any of the following money transfer options: Online modes : Online money transfer modes offer the convenience of transferring money through the internet from the comfort of your home. Money2India* is an Internet based money transfer tracking service offering features like: Anytime, anywhere access Online tracking of funds Competitive exchange rates 24 hour customer care which you can access vide toll free phone and / or email To start using the Money2India facility, you have to complete a one-time instant online registration. For more details and registration please visit www.money2india.com. *Money2India is available only in Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, UK ,USA and UAE. Offline Modes Wire Transfer: Wire Transfer facility is one of the easiest offline methods of transferring money to India from any part of the world. This facility is available for most countries and can be used for large value transfers. To initiate a wire transfer, you have to visit your local bank abroad and provide wire transfer instructions. Exchange house transfers ICICI Bank has tie-ups with 24 key Exchange houses and Correspondent banks in Gulf Cooperation Council** locations, which provide several fund transfer facilities such as Insta-Transfers, I-Express, Speed Remittance and INR DD Facilities. Foreign Currency Cheques Foreign Currency Cheque is a cheque drawn on foreign banks in a foreign currency. These cheques can be deposited to the beneficiary's NRE Savings Account. INR Cheques You can draw INR cheques from other NRE Savings Account in favour of your ICICI Bank NRE savings account. You can draw INR cheques from any account in favour of your ICICI Bank NRO savings account. Please note that some of the modes of transfer mentioned above may or may not be available to you depending upon your country of residence. **Gulf Cooperation Council includes - Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and United Arab Emirates