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Introduction of Gold Monetization Schemes

Dated:- 9-9-2015 - The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for (GMS), as announced in the Union Budget 2015-16. The objective of introducing the modifications in the schemes is to make the existing schemes more effective and to broaden the ambit of the existing schemes from merely mobilizing gold held by households and institutions in the country to putting this gold into productive use. The long-term objective which is sought through this arr .....

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cost. The revamped Gold Deposit Scheme (GDS) and the Gold Metal Loan (GML) Scheme involves changes in the scheme guidelines only. The risk of gold price changes will be borne by the Gold Reserve Fund that is being created. The benefit to the Government is in terms of reduction in the cost of borrowing, which will be transferred to the Gold Reserve Fund. The scheme will help in mobilizing the large amount of gold lying as an idle asset with households, trusts and various institutions in India and .....

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ndards (BIS) will be allowed to act as Collection and Purity Testing 1 Centres for purity of gold for the purpose of this scheme. The minimum quantity of gold that a customer can bring is proposed to be set at 30 grains. Gold can be in any form (bullion or jewellery). The number of these centres is expected to increase with time. Gold Savings Account: In the revamped scheme, a Gold Savings Account will be opened by customers at any time, with KYC norms, as applicable. This account would be denom .....

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by them to be their partners in the scheme. Tenure: The deposits under the revamped scheme can be made for a short-term period of 1-3 years (with a roll out in multiples of one year); a medium-term period of 5-7 years and a long-term period, of 12-15 years (as decided from time to time). Like a fixed deposit, breaking of lock-in period will be allowed in either of the options and there would be a penalty on premature redemption (including part withdrawal). Interest rate: The amount of interest r .....

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ees, based on the value of gold deposited. Redemption: For short-term deposits, the customer will have the option of redemption, for the principal deposit and interest earned, either in cash (in equivalent rupees of the weight of deposited gold at the prices prevailing at the time of redemption) or in gold (of the same weight of gold as deposited), which will have to be exercised at the time of making the deposit. In case the customer will like to change the option, it will be allowed at the ban .....

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