Public sector lender Andhra Bank is planning to expand its presence all over the country. For this, the bank plans to add 100 new branches to its existing branch network.
"In order to become a pan-India bank Andhra Bank has been steadily increasing its branches in the western, northern and eastern parts of the country during the last three years," Mr R. Ramachandran, Chairman and Managing Director of Andhra Bank said.
He said that the addition of new branches would however depend on approval from RBI.
The lender has opened a zonal office in Lucknow for increasing branch count in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.