Find the list of operational private banks in India providing financial banking services in online and offline loans towards, deposits, savings, Check associated website of each bank and the email address of the head of the bank…
In India which is emerging as a great nation towards development and in growing economy, there are numerous Banks which are supporting every individual and firms, and the Private Sector Banks in India hold major stake in such development regarding finance, loans, deposits, savings and other facilities.
The banks in India are a combination of both Private Banks and Public Banks which equally contribute to the development of the country’s economy, and after the liberalization in Government policy in the 1990s, Private Sector Banks have grown rapidly in the past two decades.
The Private Sector Banks use the latest technology along with providing contemporary innovations, techniques and monetary tools for customers, and they are segregated into two different firms based on financial regulators as Old and New Private Sector Banks.
The old Private Sector Banks are those which existed prior to nationalization in 1969 and were too small to be naturalized and on other hand the Private Sector Banks which gained their baking license after liberalization in the 1990s, and the New Private Sector Banks gave good growth in the economy of India by supporting every kind of customer.
Private Banks in India
|Si.No||Private Sector Bank Name||Contact Email Address||Website|
|1||Axis Bank Ltd.||axisbank.com|
|2||Bandhan Bank Limitedfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||City Union Bank Ltdemail@example.com||cityunionbank.com|
|4||Coastal Local Area Bank Ltd.||coastalareabank.com|
|5||DCB Bank Ltd.||dcbbank.com|
|6||Dhanlaxmi Bank Ltd.||dhanbank.com|
|7||ICICI Bank Limited||icicibank.com|
|8||IDBI Bank Limitedfirstname.lastname@example.org||idbi.com|
|9||IDFC FIRST Bank||idfcbank.com|
|10||IndusInd Bank Limited||indusind.com|
|11||Karnataka Bank Ltd.||email@example.com||ktkbank.com|
|12||Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited||kotak.com|
|13||Krishna Bhima Samruddhi Local Area Bank Ltdfirstname.lastname@example.org||kbsbankindia.com|
|14||RBL Bank Ltd||rblbank.com|
|15||Subhadra Local Area Bank Ltd||subhadrabank.com|
|16||Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd.||email@example.com||tmb.in|
|17||The Catholic Syrian Bank Ltdfirstname.lastname@example.org||csb.co.in|
|18||The Federal Bank Ltd.||federalbank.co.in|
|19||The HDFC Bank Ltd.||hdfcbank.com|
|20||The Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd.||email@example.com||jkbank.net|
|21||The Karur Vysya Bank Ltd.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|22||The Lakshmi Vilas Bank Ltd.||email@example.com||lvbank.com|
|23||The Nainital Bank Ltd.||firstname.lastname@example.org||nainitalbank.co.in|
|24||The South Indian Bank Ltd.||email@example.com||southindianbank.com|
|25||Yes Bank Limited||yesbank.in|
- How many Private Sector Banks are in India?
There are 22 nationalized Private Sector Banks in India as of current date which supports growth in Indian economy by lending and providing basic to major Banking services.
- Which are the top Private Sector Banks in India?
As per the census Housing Development Finance Corporation Bank stays at top position in India with a Market Capital of 329,757 crores which is followed by ICICI bank with a market capital around 2 lakhs crores.
- Which is the Largest Private Sector Bank in India?
ICICI bank stands at first place in terms of assets making its largest Private Sector Banks in India and ICICI bank stands at second place in terms of Market Capitalization.
- Which Bank is safe in India to open an FD?
There is no doubt that every banking inducing Private Sector Banks and Public Sector Banks, every bank got its own priority, and it is advised to check the savings interest rates of Bank as per current date issued by Reserve Bank of India and then choose the one which is having a good rate of internet over FD saving.
- Is investing in Private Sector Banks safe?
Investing is an option of customers which they can opt based on the review and popularity of Banks, thus if you choose and Private Sector Banks then you need to confirm it is under list of reserve bank of India regulations, and thus this makes the customer safe as it is listed in the RBI list of trusted banks.