Bandhan Bank announced the opening of its currency chest in Deedargunj, Patna. This is the Bank’s first ever currency chest. This will help the Bank in cash management for the branches and ATMs in the city.
This currency chest will help people, MSMEs and small traders with supply of currency notes to the bank branches and the ATMs as and when required. As Patna sees a lot of cash transactions on a daily basis, the currency chest will also benefit the bank branches with storage.
The bank also plans to open more than 530 new bank branches across the country in this financial year. The new branches will be mainly distributed in North and West and South India. Bandhan Bank currently has a customer base of more than 2.69 crore. Through a network of more than 5640 banking outlets, the Bank caters to the banking needs of the people of the country.
The currency chest has been set up at Deedarganj Road, Patna. Regional Director of the RBI, Sanjiv Dayal, MD & CEO of Bandhan Bank, Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, along with other senior officials were present at the inauguration of the Patna currency chest today. The Bank is also planning to open around 60 new banking outlets in Bihar, in this financial year.
C S Ghosh, MD & CEO, Bandhan Bank commented on the occasion, “We are glad that we opened our first currency chest and I hope this will benefit all the customers directly or indirectly. The currency chest is one-step forward in enhancing customers’ convenience in the banking services that we offer. We are deeply committed to cater to our customers’ banking needs.”