A Golden Opportunity to
earn up to 9.20%* p.a.
Secure your future today
Returns as high as 9.20%* p.a.
(Including 0.50%* p.a. for Senior Citizens
and 0.10%* p.a. for Women)
Applying for Shriram Fixed Deposit online is easy
Book your Shriram Fixed Deposit in four easy steps.
Step 01Register using your mobile number
Step 02Enter the investment amount, tenure and PAN details
Step 03Complete your payment and proceed to enter your KYC and bank details
Step 04Receive fixed deposit acknowledgement and maximise your returns
How is the FD renewed?
Subject to the FD scheme being open, the deposit may be renewed on maturity by submitting a duly filled fresh FD Application Form. It is necessary that the fresh FD Application Form should be submitted along with the duly discharged old FD receipt with revenue stamp of requisite value. The renewal will be subject to the terms and conditions of the FD scheme as applicable on the maturity date of the old deposit.
How do I change my Bank Account details?
Customer would need to submit the bank details in prescribed format [Click here to download Bank Details/Tax Status change Request Letter]. He also needs to submit a valid ID proof copy along with a personalized cancelled cheque (with his name printed), if not personalized, then bank statement of the same account is needed. In case of corporate a Board resolution for change in bank account details also is to be submitted.
Can I apply online?
Yes, you can invest online by logging on to https://www.shriramfinance.in/fixed-deposit
What is a nomination?
Nomination is a process where the depositor assigns a person to whom the company must pay the deposit amount in the event of the depositor's death. A depositor can fill in nomination details when booking an FD.
With regards to deposit taking activity of Shriram Finance Limited (’SFL’), Viewers may refer to detailed information and T&C provided in our application form available at https://www.shriramfinance.in/downloads
The Company is having a valid Certificate of Registration dated 31st January 2023 issued by the Bank under section 45-IA of the RBI Act. However, the Reserve Bank of India does not accept any responsibility or guarantee about the present position as to the financial soundness of the company or for the correctness of any of the statements or representations made or opinions expressed by the company and for repayment of deposits/discharge of the liabilities by the company.
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