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Thursday, July 25, 2013

HDFC Bank opens 3 rural branches in Bengal

HDFC Bank opened three rural branches in West Bengal. One of these is at Kankabati village in Paschim Medinipur district, and two others at Dihibatpur Panchanantala and Gopinagar in Hooghly district, the bank said on Wednesday.

HDFC Bank is to reach out to these unbanked villages with 2-person micro branches. The bank now has 9 branches in Hooghly and 3 branches in Paschim Midnapore districts, taking the total to 134 branches in the State.

Navin Puri, Country Head, (Branch Banking) of HDFC Bank, said 53 per cent of the bank’s branches are now located in semi-urban and rural areas.

Source: thehindubusinessline


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