New Branch of HDFC bank in unprivileged part of Maharashtra
By Neelima Shankar
Aug 21, 2014
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The third largest leading bank of country – HDFC bank has reached a new achievement. Bank has opened its 400 branch in Maharashtra. This is a two member branch. Two members are available to provide customers an array of services.

The bank has launched this new mini branch in an unbanked area of Lonkhairi in the Kamptee taluka of Nagpur district of the state. This branch will be serving around 350 families in that area that do not have any access to the banking facilities.

In the recent five years bank has developed more than double its branches in state. This branch is to support the unprivileged section of the society. This will also help the bank to move ahead in the financial inclusion goal. This is an cost effective branch offering the service with a proper infrastructure and technologies.

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