Published On: Wed, Aug 16th, 2017

Axis Bank inaugurates New Branches in Karnataka

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  • ·         The bank has total 209  Branches & 1402 ATMs in the state

Bangalore, August 16, 2017: Axis Bank, India’s third largest private bank, announced the inauguration of its new branches in Jayanagar & Gandhi Bazaar in Bangalore that will offer a comprehensive range of banking services like accounts, deposits and loans including savings and current accounts and locker facilities etc.

Axis Bank will leverage the branches to reach out to the customers and empower them with digital offerings and facilitate services through Axis Pay, Axis Mobile application etc. It will consistently educate and encourage the customers to make more use of digital mode of payments for their daily transactions. On digital payment solutions, Axis bank is offering the desired infrastructure across India to conduct cashless transactions. Bank’s QR based scanning solutions has been a great digital platform for small ticket vendors to conduct cashless transactions.

Commenting on the inauguration of the new branchesMr. Sanjay Silas, President & Head-Branch Banking, Axis Bank said, “We are very happy to inaugurate our new branches in Bangalore. We have witnessed the increasing demand of banking services & products amongst the retail & institutional customers in Karnataka and to bridge this gap we have expanded our existing network to cater the customers and enhanced their overall banking experience. We are committed to bringing superior banking services, with digitally-driven convenience for our ever-increasing customer base.’’

The branches shall cater to all basic banking transactions and also specific needs of customers, offering the entire spectrum of banking products and financial services covering Retail, Institutional and Consumer lending. Additionally, they will also offer various unique products to their clientele based on their needs and will consistently pioneer in introducing various products and services in the country.

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