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    The important role played by the private banks in India cannot be denied. The directory on private banks in India is an effort to present important and useful information related to the leading private sector banks of India on a common online platform. The online web guide on private banks provides website listing of various private banks operating in India. Access these websites to avail online personal banking services and get other important details such as contact information of these private banks.
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  • The Kapol Co-operative Bank Ltd.  The Kapol Co-operative Bank Ltd. was established in the year 1939 by our Founder Late Rajratna Shri Khushaldas Kurji Parekh, an Educationalist, Socialist & Reformist.The Kapol Co-operative Bank Ltd., has maintained its decades' tradition of being the fastest growing Scheduled Co-operative Bank in India.The Bank has introduced Franking facility for Document Stamping.
  • Barclays Bank PLD  One such business was founded by John Freame and his partner Thomas Gould in Lombard Street in 1690. The name Barclay became associated with the company in 1736 when James Barclay who had married John Freame's daughter became a partner. Private banking businesses were commonplace in the 18th century. Clients’ gold deposits were kept secure and credit-worthy merchants received loans. In 1896, 20 such businesses collaborated and formed a joint-stock bank.
  • IDBI Bank  An official website of IDBI, offering information about financials, subsidiaries, network and careers.
  • Barclays Bank PLC  Offering services such as loan facility, accounts & deposits, NRI banking, credit cards and business banking.
  • Agricultural Finance Corporation Ltd  Agricultural Finance Corporation Ltd was incorporated on April 10, 1968 as a Public Limited Company with an Authorised Capital of Rs. 100 crore and Paid-up Capital of Rs. 5 crore by the then private sector commercial banks to “finance agriculture by all possible means”.(Currently the Paid-up Capital is Rs. 15 crore). Subsequent to the nationalisation of fourteen major Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks on July 19, 1969, AFCL repositioned itself as a Technical Support Institution for facilitating accelerated growth of Indian agriculture. AFCL has now blossomed into a diversified reputed consultancy organisation.
  • apna paisa  It provides the various services of apna paisa bank
  • National Finance Corporation  We are Associated with various multinational and nationalise bank, with substantial exposure to the finance products.
  • ICICI Bank Limited  Provides all kinds of finance needs from securitisation to auto finance, banking, corporate and retail.
  • Mutual fund dilemma: Can't exist, can't exit  The mutual fund industry has been seeing small stake sales by promoters, even as some asset management companies are said to be on the prowl for targets willing to exit the business completely. But selling out completely is easier said than done.
  • Abhyudaya Bank  The Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) System aims to do what e-mail did for the post card. Instead of sending instructions for payments through cheques, with Real Time Gross Settlement System banks can route payments through on-line messages to RBI’s RTGS Payment Gateway. As electronic messages move instantaneously the transactions can be concluded immediately unlike in the case of cheque clearing.
  • National Cooperative Agriculture & Rural Development Banks Federation Limited  The genesis of the Federation goes back to the Conference “The All India Cooperative Central Land Mortgage Banks” organized under the leadership of Veteran Cooperator and Gandhian Shri Vaikunth Mehta on 14th and 15th February 1959 in Hyderabad . The Conference constituted a seven member committee of representatives of State Land Development Banks under the Chairmanship of Shri Bhogranju Venkataratnam and Shri Udaybhansinhji as Vice-Chairman and Shri Dattatrayulu as Secretary.
  • The CKP Co-op Bank Ltd  The CKP Co-op Bank Ltd has attained an important status in the co-operative banking sector, by crossing various milestones of quality and standards and by setting new standards of its own. The bank has attained an envious position in the co-operative banking field.It would be worth mentioning that the Bank's progress and achievements are related to the last Ten Glorious Years.
  • The Kurla Nagrik Bank Ltd,  Bank had gained Strong foundation in terms of its membership, resources, assets and profits. During the late fifties, the Bank grew from strength to strength. The Bank had established five branches within the city of Mumbai. Since it’s inception the Bank chose a “Holy Kalash” to symbolise the Bank's emblem - a fitting and appropriate characteristics of a Bank that believed in sincerity.
  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank  Provide personal and corporate banking with specialised services for nonresident Indians.
  • Development Credit Bank Ltd.  Bank helps in opening account, offering investment services, loans, credit cards, phone banking, internet banking and mobile banking.
  • Centurion Bank  Providing depository services, cash management, global banking, personal banking, corporate loans, retail loans, wealth management and NRI services.
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited  The Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited HDFC was amongst the first to receive an in principle approval from the Reserve Bank of India RBI to set up a bank in the private sector, as part of the RBIs liberalisation of the Indian Banking Industry in 1994. The bank was incorporated in August 1994 in the name of HDFC Bank Limited, with its registered office in Mumbai, India. HDFC Bank commenced operations as a Scheduled Commercial Bank in January 1995.
  • Ace FNSupermarket Pvt. Ltd.  Provide information about home loans, personal loans, mutual funds and other financial services for NRIs, etc.
  • State Bank of Mauritius Ltd.  A website provides information about State Bank of Mauritius and net banking facility.
  • Shinhan Bank  Shinhan Bank (a wholly owned subsidiary of Shinhan Financial Group), Head Office, in Seoul, Korea, is one of the most admired companies in Korea. Established in 1897, Shinhan is the oldest financial organization in Korea. The Unique-Selling-Point (USP) of the bank has been its superior and excellent customer service, financial inclusion (in Korea) and forward looking strategies & programs which have made the bank a financial powerhouse.
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