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Coin exchange Mela organized by ICICI bank
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Aug 11, 2014
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The second largest leading bank of the country – ICICI bank organized a coin exchange Mela last week. The bank organized the Mela at its Ranchodnagar branch in Rajkot. The mela was in complete accordance with the guidelines of the reserve bank of India.

The mela was organized for the general public to exchange the currency notes with the coins, the facility was offered free of cost. The mela also offered the facility of exchanging the soiled and tattered currency notes with new and fresh ones. This was not only limited to the ICICI bank customers but anyone can avail this facility. Further it was also reported that bank will be organizing another coin exchange mela on August 14, 2014 at its Sadhuvaswani Road branch.

The ICICI bank is having a huge network of 3,763 branches s[read all across the country. ICICI is one among the top leading banks with 11,447 ATMs as on June 30, 2014. Bank also offers touch banking facility in Rajkot area.


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