ICICI Bank organises coin exchange mela at Bairagarh, Bhopal
Posted by: Clara Fernandes at 10/07/2016 01:12:00 am
· Coins and fresh currencies worth Rs. 5 lakh were exchanged
· More than 60 customers participated
Bhopal 7 October 2016: ICICI Bank Ltd, India’s largest private sector bank, organised a coin exchange mela at its branch premises near Rajkumar Market, Bairagarh. It was held under the aegis of the Reserve Bank of India.
GM giving coins to customer
GM inaugurating event
Mr. Anjani Mishra, General Manager, Issue Department, Reserve Bank of India, Bhopal inaugurated the event.
The Bank periodically organises coin exchange melas to offer a free facility of exchanging acceptable soiled and mutilated currency notes with fresh currency and coins to the general public. They are much-awaited events that receive an overwhelming response of people from all walks of life. Anyone can avail of this facility free of cost.
The coin mela at Bairagarh saw participation from over 60 customers, wherein they exchanged coins worth Rs. 5 lakh in the denomination of Rs.10, Rs.5, Rs.2 and Re.1.
ICICI Bank has 4,451 branches and 14,073 ATMs in the country (as on June 30, 2016). It has over 200 branches and more than 350 ATMs in Madhya Pradesh along with three Touch Banking branches.
ICICI Bank services its large customer base through a multi-channel delivery network of branches, ATMs, call center, internet banking (www.icicibank.com), mobile banking, banking on Facebook & Twitter and ‘Pockets by ICICIBank’ the country’s first digital bank, whose first offering is an e-wallet which can be downloaded instantly by anyone.
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About ICICI Bank Ltd: ICICI Bank Ltd (NYSE:IBN) is India’s largest private sector bank with consolidated total assets of US$ 139.14 billion at June 30, 2016. Its subsidiaries include India's leading private sector insurance companies, securities brokerage firms, mutual funds and private equity firms. ICICI Bank’s presence currently spans 17 countries, including India.