‘J&K Bank’s vision to empower people’
6 ATMS THROWN OPEN IN JAMMU
Srinagar, May 7: Endeavouring to provide comfort to its customers, the J&K Bank today flagged off six ATMs in Jammu.
A K Mehta, Executive Director of the Bank while dedicating the ATMs for general public in Jammu today said providing high-tech banking service to its customers has always been and shall remain at the core of Bank’s policy of productisation and extension of banking and financial services. The ATMs were thrown open at Bathindi, Phinter Kootah, New University Campus, R S Pura and Talab Tillo.
Mehta said that Bank’s vision is to empower people and develop state’s economy which in turn triggers growth and prosperity of the Bank. He stated that in line with the strategy outlined by Chairman J&K Bank, Mushtaq Ahmad, the bank will play a pivotal role in economic development of the state and synergize efforts in implementing and promoting its programmes aimed at economic development.
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