HDFC Bank opens 5th branch in Jmu
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 28: HDFC Bank, second-largest private bank in India, today opened a branch at Janipur taking its branch tally in Jammu city to five.
The branch was inaugurated by Political Advisor to Chief Minister, Devinder Rana. Other dignitaries present on the occasion included Zubair Iqbal, Vice President, HDFC Bank, Sachin Mahajan, Iftikhar Ahmed and Showket Nahvi, Cluster Heads, HDFC Bank.
The new branch will offer customers world-class banking services under one roof ranging from basic services such as Savings Account, Fixed Deposits, Current Account, Mutual Funds, Insurance, Two-wheeler loan, Auto loan to sophisticated direct access banking channels such as ATM, PhoneBanking, NetBanking and International Credit and Debit Cards.
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