Wire Transfer is one of the easiest and most secured offline mode of sending money to India from overseas. Our Bank has tied up with IndusInd Bank for the benefit of our customers to remit funds to your Bank account held with us, for only the specific purposes stated below
Purposes Permitted under Inward Remittance
P1301 - Inward remittance from Indian non-residents towards family maintenance and savings
P1302 - Personal gifts
P1401 - Compensation of employees/ Salary
Inward wire transfer are accepted in 16 currencies
It can be originated from anywhere in the world without any registration.
Funds would be credited to the account within 1-2 working days
The remitter who wish to remit funds to an Indian Rupee Account held with Equitas Small Finance Bank, can initiate the wire transfer payments either through the internet banking options available or by visiting his/her bank branch.
Based on the wire transfer request details, the overseas bank initiates the SWIFT message instruction for credit to the Nostro account of Indusind Bank. IndusInd Bank being our remittance partner, would convert the incoming foreign currency funds to Indian Rupees and transfer the remittance as NEFT to the account held with our Bank.
Clear Funds received in the NOSTRO account before 10am Indian Standard Time on Forex Market working day would be credited to the beneficiary’s account held with our Bank through NEFT on the same day or T+1 from the date of credit.
Please note that the SWIFT/ BIC of the intermediary bank mentioned is currency specific and is common for all branches. The SWIFT/BIC Code of Indusind Bank (Beneficiary Bank) for retail remittances to Equitas Small Finance Bank is INDBINBBGRD.
Transactions received for any purpose other than the above quoted purposes, will be returned back.
Also, if the beneficiary account is found to be ineligible, as per regulatory guidelines, the bank would return the funds back to the remitter post deduction of return charges.
Exchange loss (if any) for funds already converted to INR, the charges for return of remittance has to be borne by the remitter.