IDBI Bank India


One of the leading banks of India, Industrial Development Bank of India or IDBI was established in 1964 with an objective to provide financial help to the institutions in need. Initially a subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India, its ownership was transferred to the Government of India in 1976.

One of the leading banks of India, Industrial Development Bank of India or IDBI was established in 1964 with an objective to provide financial help to the institutions in need. Initially a subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India, its ownership was transferred to the Government of India in 1976.

Products and Services of the IDBI Bank

Deposits
  • Saving Account
  • Current Account
  • Pension Account
  • Sabka Account
  • Sample AOF
  • Super Shakti Account for Woman
Loans
  • Home Loans
  • Loan against Property
  • Education Loan
  • Personal Loan
  • Holiday Travel Loan
  • Reverse Mortgage Loan
Payments
  • Tax Payments
  • Stamp Duty Payments
  • Easy Fill
  • Card to Card Money transfer
Investments
  • Demat Account
  • IPO
Insurance
  • Family Care
  • Wealthsurance
Cards
  • Gold Debit Card
  • International Debit cum ATM Card
  • World Currency Card
24 hour banking
  • Phone banking
  • SMS banking
  • AccountAlerts
  • Internet banking
  • Institutional banking
Other Products
  • Lockers
  • India Post
  • NRI Services


Last Updated on : 7/11/2012



 

     


     

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