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Private Banks India

In India private banks are available in plenty and known for offering expeditious service to their customers.

Thanks to globalization that prompted many foreign banks to expend their business throughout world and India became the most preferred destination.

Today you can find lots of foreign bank that are engaged to serve the customers in the best possible manner and made its stand strong by offering 24 x 7 hour service.

Private banks in India have a great history and started their service way back.

In 1920s, imperial bank of India formed by the great cooperation by Bank of Madras, Bank of Bengal and Bank of Bombay. After that Reserve Bank of India came into existence in 1935 and got authority to look after the other banks.

It became centre body and got power to introduce making policy and several new schemes.

After the establishment of Reserve Bank of India, the Imperial Bank of India was blessed with new identity and became popular as State Bank of India.

In 1969 the Government of India offered a new ordinance and approx 14 commercial banks got certification of nationalized banks. Some of them were Central Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, Punjab National Bank and Canra Bank.

In 1994, the Reserve Bank of India opened the door for private banks and handed out the policy to control the private banks.

The policy also included the liberation for Private Banks in terms of their free and independent operation. The first private bank came in India as Trust Bank later it became popular as Oriental Bank of Commerce.

After that Housing Development Finance Corporation limited that got consent from Reserve Bank of India. It became a large private bank and still popular for offering wonderful service.

Today India is a swamped with many private banks such as International Bank, ING Vyasya Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, SBI Commercial Bank, Karnataka Bank, Kashmir Bank, ICICI Bank and more. Private Banks in India achieved a milestone for serving people and showed its great commitment.

Private Banks in India have earned great response for its skin tight service and also known for bringing revolution for serving millions of customers.

It offers best option for saving and also offers various schemes with maximum return.

It offers its service 24 hours and made the job of fund transfer easier by offering new banking service. Besides, there are lots of ATM machines have been set up by such private banks and made the task of withdrawing liquid money easier.

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