The policy for a Dormant account has been framed out under the specific guidelines of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) for
the safety and security of the investors as well as the financial market.
An account shall be termed to be Dormant if it is inactive or remains non-operational by its holder at a stretch for a specified period of
time. This specific period of time has been defined under the PMLA. Presently, this period is six calendar months i.e. if an account is
inactive for a minimum period of six calendar months, it will be classified as a dormant account.
2. Treatment of a Dormant account
All Dormant accounts will be treated in accordance to the policies prescribed under the PMLA. Accordingly the dormant account will be
freezed immediately and the client will not be permitted to undertake any further transaction in such dormant account. The procedure
for listing of dormant account is run once every month, preferably on the last day of the month.
3. Re-activation of a Dormant account
A Dormant account shall be re-activated only after undertaking proper due-diligence process and fulfilling of such conditions as may be
deemed fit by the authorized person of the organization.
The above stated policy may be modified at any time in accordance to the various rules, regulations, bye-laws and guidelines that may be
prescribed by SEBI, Exchange or any other competent authority or as per the internal policy of the organization from time to time. This
policy for dormant account is over and above the transaction monitoring in dormant account as per the Anti-Money laundering policy of