State Bank Of India
The State Bank Of India has been in operation since 1973 before which it had been operating under various other
names since 1806, when it was first established in Calcutta. Since 1973, the bank has been in a non-profit activity
called Community Services Banking. It is the largest public sector bank in the country. The bank has an extensive
administrative structure to look after the smooth working of the large network of branches in India and abroad.
All the branches of the bank as well as administrative offices across the country sponsor
and participate in large number of welfare activities and social causes. Its contribution
and commitment to nation-building is complete and comprehensive. The State Bank of India
has a Corporate Centre in Mumbai and 4 Local Head Offices and 57 Zonal Offices are located
in important cities spread throughout the country. The Corporate Centre has several other
establishments in and outside Mumbai, designated to cater to various functions. It has 10000
branches, all networked together, and over 8500 ATMs in India, and is continuing to expand fast.
It presently has 82 foreign offices in 32 countries across the globe.
- Personal Banking
- NRI Services
- Domestic Treasury
- Savings Account
- Debit and Credit cards