What should an investor do if their stockbroker goes bankrupt? Option: File a claim with the Investor Protection Fund (IPF) within three years, Nothing, as their investments are automatically transferred to another broker, Contact the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for a refund, Their investments are lost as the stockbroker held their funds

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What should an investor do if their stockbroker goes bankrupt?

File a claim with the Investor Protection Fund (IPF) within three years

Nothing, as their investments are automatically transferred to another broker

Contact the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for a refund

Their investments are lost as the stockbroker held their funds

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Within how many days must money from the sale of foreign investments be brought back to India unless reinvested?

180 days

270 days

90 days

360 days

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Who manages investments for a minor in India?

A financial advisor

A bank manager

A guardian

The minor themselves

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How does filing an ITR help individuals establish losses incurred in the stock market?

"It provides proof of investment in the stock market"

"It allows them to claim refunds for stock market losses"

"It enables them to carry forward losses to offset future profits"

"It exempts them from paying taxes on capital gains"

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What regulatory body in India is responsible for overseeing the implementation of side pocketing in mutual funds?

"Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)"

"Reserve Bank of India (RBI)"

"Association of Mutual Funds of India (AMFI)"

"Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI)"

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What is the lock-in period associated with Public Provident Fund (PPF) investments in India?

"There is no lock-in period, and investors can withdraw funds at any time."

"15 years, with the option to renew in batches of 5 years thereafter."

"3 years, similar to Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS)."

"It varies depending on the specific PPF scheme chosen by the investor."