Steps to Check Your KYC Status

  1. Visit any Mutual Fund’s or Registrar & Transfer Agent’s (RTA) Website where you have an investment.
  2. Check for “KYC Status” link.
  3. Enter your 10-digit PAN.
  4. Your KYC Status will be displayed as ‘KYC Validated / KYC Registered / KYC On-Hold’.

What Does Each KYC Status Imply?

KYC Validated

KYC Registered

KYC On-Hold/Rejected

The steps to resolve any KYC issues are easy and can be done from the comfort of your home. In case of any difficulties, feel free to contact your intermediaries or Our office/helpline for further assistance.

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2. What is the need for KRA?

3. What are functions and obligations of KRA?

SEBI KRA Regulations 2011 defines the roles and obligations of KRA. Key points are:

4. What is the role of intermediaries in KRA?

SEBI KRA Regulations 2011 defines the roles and obligations of Intermediaries. Key points are:

5. How does the KRA benefit the investors and the intermediaries?

Would an intermediary be required to do In-Person Verification (IPV), for a KYC compliant client?

7. How does an intermediary initiate the registration procedure with KDMSL-KRA?

M/s. Karvy Data Management Services Limited KYC Registration Agency, “Karvy House”, No. 46, Avenue 4, Street No. 1, Road No. 10, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad – 500034

Following supporting documents need to be submitted to KDMSL-KRA along with the Registration Form. Photocopy of the documents should have been certified by the Designated / Whole Time Director(s) / Company Secretary along with seal / stamp of the Intermediary

  • Certified True Copy of SEBI Registration Certificate with validity period. Certified True Copy of PAN Card.
  • Name(s) of Designated / Whole Time Director(s) / Company Secretary along with their designation, Director Identification Number (DIN) / PAN and signature(s) on the letterhead of the Intermediary.
  • Certified True Copy of the latest Balance Sheet.

  • Necessary due diligence process will be carried out before registering intermediaries like checking with Blacklist master, Suspension of the Intermediaries, etc. Once registration process is completed successfully, User ID will be created for Admin User i.e. Compliance Officer and the password will be intimated through designated email given in the Intermediary Registration Form. Once Admin Users logs in, he/she can create multiple User IDs as per their requirements. Password will be auto-generated and intimated to the user to the registered email ID.

    8. How will the data maintained by the KRA be disseminated to the Intermediaries?

    9. Would there be any change in the KYC procedure for Corporates, FIIs and other Non- individual entities?

    10. Can any account be opened by the Intermediary if the KYC is under process?

    11. What information will be made available to the intermediary? Will the signature also be made available by the KRA?

    12. If the documents are valid at the time of acceptance at Intermediary and expires before it reaches the KRA what will be the status of the clients KYC?

    13. Will the KRA system permit upload of duplicate records i.e. of an existing KYC compliant investor?