HDFC Bank commissions ATM
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 29: HDFC Bank, the second largest private sector bank in the country, today commissioned an ATM at Lala Ded Hospital Road, here. The Bank currently has 20 branches & 56 ATMs in the state.
The ATM was inaugurated by Showket Nahvi, Assistant Vice President & Cluster Head, HDFC Bank.
With the introduction of “Faster ATMs” an HDFC Bank customer can, at any time of the day, do cash withdrawal at any HDFC Bank ATM in 40 per cent less time, he said, adding that the time thus saved is utilized for “logical cross sell and targeted marketing to the customers.”
The customers can also do other transactions on the ATM like credit card payment, cheque status enquiry, and transfer funds between accounts, viewing account balances and mini statements.
Present on the occasion among others were senior officers of the bank including Zubair Iqbal, Vice President and Iftikhar Ahmed, Assistant Vice President. Zubair on the occasion said, “We are extremely pleased to announce the launch of our new ATM at such a strategic and vibrant location in Srinagar and we look forward to providing our customers with the latest products and world class services and the utmost in advanced technology.”
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