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What is Central Bank of India Mumbai?
Central Bank of India Mumbai is head office location of Central Bank of India. Center Bank of India is public company that is traded in Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange of India with an image symbol of 'CENTRALBK'. The bank has two subsidiaries Centbank Financial Services Limited and Centbank Home Finance Limited.
Central Bank of India came into existence on 21st of December 1911 with just two employees in a small office by Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala and today it stands with the leading banks in India. In 1980, the bank issued first Credit Card
together with MasterCard.
Central Bank of India operates More Than
eighty three branches in Mumbai. In total, bank operates almost 4600 branches across twenty seven states and three union territories. The bank also operates at international level at Nairobi in Kenya and Hong Kong. According to fiscal year of 2012-2013, the bank has earned Revenue
of INR402000 Cr.
Products and Services
Central Bank of India provides wide range of banking services and products. The banking products are credit cards, debit cards, prepaid cards, Loyalty-AnmolRewardz, VBV/MDC, suvidhaa card and many more.
Banking services include fixed deposit, saving deposit, current deposit, mortgages, agriculture banking, NRI banking, internet banking, tax payments, bill payments, etc.