Financial Services in Manali


In the industrial sector financial services form the largest industry in the world in terms of earnings. Financial Services in Manali refers to the facilities catered by the finance industry. This industry constitutes of Banks, insurance companies, investment banks, and brokerage firms. These firms provide money and various services related to investment.

Some of the other facilities provided by the Banks in Manali are:
  • Term Deposits
  • Recurring Deposits
  • Educational Loan
  • Car Loan
  • Loan For Pensioners
  • Personal Loan
The banks also provide loan to students, poor farmers, unemployed youths or people in need. The loan is given against mortgage of property or against shares and debentures.

Few banks providing various financial services in Manali are:
  • Kangra Central Co-op Bank
  • Himachal Gramin Sanchayaka
  • Bank Of India
  • Punjab & Sind Bank
  • Punjab National Bank
  • UCO Bank
  • State Bank Of India
Some of the insurance companies that offer financial services in Manali are Life Insurance Company, National Insurance, Oriental Insurance, New India Insurance etc. There are few agencies which guide people in their planning of investment and savings.



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