New Delhi: Important information for customers of Bank of Baroda , Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank . From 1 April 2019, the government merged Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank into Bank of Baroda. After this, the Bank of Baroda has now said that it has completed the consolidation of 1,770 branches of Dena Bank in December 2020. Significantly, Vijaya Bank’s 2,128 branches were consolidated in September 2020.
Kovid work between -19 challenges
Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sanjeev Chadha has said in a statement, “We completed the successful merger of the predecessor banks between Covid -19 challenges. We once again welcome all our respected customers and urge them to take advantage of Bank of Baroda’s products and digital solutions.
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5 crore accounts
According to the statement related to the bank, bank accounts of more than 5 crore customers have now come to the Bank of Baroda. Apart from this, integration of all branches, ATMs, POS machines and credit cards has been done successfully. The bank said that all customers now have a total of 8,248 domestic branches and 10,318 ATMs across India, which will give them full access to their entire products and services. All customers will now have access to the bank’s digital channels. The bank said that the debit cards already issued to customers by the previous banks will continue to work until the card’s fixed period is over.