Central Bank of India to set up 9 new branches, 5 ATMs in Mumbai
By Neelima Shankar
Dec 21, 2012
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In a bid to expand its presence in Mumbai region, the public sector lender, Central Bank of India, has announced that it will set up a total of nine new branches all across Mumbai. It has also planned to open 5 Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in the Navi Mumbai region.

To mark its 102nd Foundation Day, which is falling on December 21, the Mumbai headquartered bank, will set up 3 branches at Kandivli (E), Diamond Bourse (BKC) and Dharavi. Apart from these, the bank will open 6 other branches in various locations across Mumbai, like Kopar Khairane, Uran, Nerul, Seawood, Kharghar and Sanpada. The branch in Sanpada will be a retail asset office of the bank.

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