The use of the word 'had' is not clearly conveying as to why the question of nomination is raised.
If the account holder is alive, nominee has no right on the bank account. Nomination can be changed any number of times by the account holder.
If the account holder is not alive, the nominee can present a simple 'nominee recognition form' available at the bank, alongwiyh a duly attested copy of the death certificate. Then the bank will pay the money to the nominee, by the mode desired.
As rightly pointed out by Mr.Kiran Kumar, the nominee is trustee for the money so received, and has the obligation in law to distribute iot in accordance with any will left by the deceased account holder or to distribute it in accordance with law (if no will is left), among class 1 heirs of the deceased equally.
Nominee can not transfer the right of receiving the money to any other person.
Sometimes banks by way of extreme precaution, insist upon furnishing no objection letter from other legal heirs in spite of the nomination, or in case any of the legal heirs had lodged a claim or raised objection for disbursement of the amount. In the absence of full facts, advice on such contingency is not possible.
Also, the question is poorly drafted. What the questioner wants is not clear from the incomplete and incoherent question.