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Indian Bank Branches in Surat

Financial conditions in the global banking system improved following monetary easing measures taken Indian Bank in Suratby the central banks of various economies. The global economy grew at a slow pace in 2012. Global banks continued their effort for repairing their balance sheets and improving their capital ratios.

Indian Bank is a premier bank established on 15th august 1907 as a part of the Swadeshi movement. It has a workforce of 18782 dedicated staffs. Their total business crossed Rs. 2, 49,136 crores as on 31.03.2013 and their net profit was Rs. 3,061 crores as on 31.03.2013.It provides core banking feature in all of its 2134 branches. It has overseas branches in Singapore, Colombo including a foreign currency banking unit at Colombo and Jaffna. Indian bank has 240 overseas correspondent banks in 70 countries. It has two diversified banking activities and has two subsidiary companies namely Indian merchant Banking services Ltd and IndBank Housing Ltd.

The Indian Bank branches in Surat, with their address and various other information are mentioned below which might com handy in times of need:

Branch: Adajan

IFSC Code: IDIB000A130
Address: UG -1 Sanghivi Tower,
Adajan, Surat- 395009
Contact No: 0261-2782670

Branch:  Athwalines
IFSC Code: IDIB000A063
Address: Corner Point shopping Complex,
City Light- 395007
Contact No: 02612220047

Branch:  Bhatar
IFSC Code: IDIB000B089
Address: A -42 Jivkornagar
Near Roopali Nehar,
Opp: Swami Vivekananda Garden Bhatar Road,
Surat- 395001
Contact No: 0261-2240466

Branch:  Sachin
IFSC Code: IDIB000S095
Address: Shri Mahalaxmi Complex,
Station Road,
Sachin- 394239
Contact No: 0261-240404

Branch:  Surat
IFSC Code: IDIB000S039
Address: Ring Road, Belgium tower,
Surat, Gujarat, Pin- 395003
Contact No: 0261-2425737, 2418880

Indian bank in Surat operates 9 ATM’s in various locations like Ring Road, Athwa Lines, Sachin and Bhatar Road etc to help its customers. Banking sector has developed a lot in India. Many foreign banks have come after liberalization in the year 1992 and are still keen to enter India as it is the 2nd growing economy in the world after China.

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