Banking in Nagpur

Banking in Nagpur is now an easy task as you can find the branches of almost all the banks located in all the prime areas of the city. You can find here all kinds of banks, from regional to national as well as international. Moreover, most of them have also spread out their ATM counters all across the district.

The main attraction of banking at Nagpur is the fact that most of the banks here are nationalized banks that are now turning international so as to spread out its service to the Indians residing outside India as well as to cater to the needs of foreigners in India. Hence, they are trying to offer customer friendly services that could match with the international standards.

The main fun of banking in Nagpur is the customized services that the banks have started offering. Now you do not need to take the hassle of standing in the long queues to deposit a cheque or withdraw cash. You can do it through the drop box facility at various banks and ATMs.

Moreover, these days the banks of Nagpur have also gone tech savvy so as to serve its net savvy customers and clients. Now you can transact through your bank account via Internet. Hence, the impact of technology in the banking sector can be witnessed in Nagpur also.

Following is the list of some of the very famous Nagpur Banks:
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Bank of Maharashtra
  • Nagpur Nagrik Sahkari Bank
  • Punjab National Bank
  • ICICI Bank
  • State Bank of India
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • Canara Bank
Apart from these there are many other banks where you can enjoy banking in Nagpur.

Last Updated on 9/26/2011



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