To invest in Mutual Funds, investor has to submit following documents:
1). KYC (Know Your Customer) documents
2). Application Form for investment in mutual funds
3). Required investment amount for investing in mutual funds
All investors, both individual and non-individual, have to be KYC (Know Your Customer) compliant. The KYC process involves establishing
a) Identity and
b) Address of the investor as this is mandated under the Anti-money Laundering Laws. For application for investment in mutual funds, the investor is expected to have completed the KYC process and must have an acknowledgement for having completed the KYC process issued by the KYC Registration Agency (KRA).
The mutual fund would need the completed application form with the KYC documentation and the requisite investment amount, to allot an investment folio (account number) in the name of the investor.