HDFC Bank opens 100th branch in Chennai at Gandhi Nagar, Adayar

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  • The journey began with the very first branch in the state, which was set up at ITC Centre, Mount Road in 1995

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(L-R)  Mr. George Mathai, Zonal Head, HDFC Bank, Mr. K.R.S.R Krishna, VP and GM Petrofac Engineering India (P) Ltd,  Mr. Dhiraj Relli, Branch Banking Head, HDFC Bank & Mr. Ganesh Sethuraman, Managing Directior, Dun & Bradstreet Technologies

HDFC Bank Ltd today reached an important milestone of 100 branches in Chennai. The 100th branch is an urban branch located at Gandhi Nagar, Adayar a residential hub in south Chennai.

The branch was inaugurated by Mr Ganesh Sethuraman, MD, Dun & Bradstreet Technologies, and Mr KSKR Krishna, General Manager, Petrofac Engg India P Ltd, in the presence of Mr. Dhiraj Relli, Branch Banking Head, HDFC Bank, Mr. George Mathai, Zonal Head, HDFC Bank and other senior officials of the bank. The new branch is located at HDFC Bank Ltd, Sreela Terrace, No.105, 1st Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai – 600 020.

The new branch will cater to the local population of Chennai, providing them with access to the full range of HDFC Bank’s products and services.

Our extensive 100-branch network in Chennai reiterates our commitment to provide on the go banking to every part of the state. Our objective is to empower more people in Chennai by offering our full range of banking services, thus making a difference in their lives. We are achieving this through our branch network complemented by our ‘Bank aapki Muthti Mein’ offering, which gives customers access to a bank branch the size of their palm that is with them round-the-clock, wherever they are through there.

– Mr. Dhiraj Relli, Branch Banking Head, HDFC Bank

HDFC Bank has rapidly expanded its branch network in Chennai in the past five years, on its journey to the 100th branch milestone. This journey began with its very first branch in the state, which was set up at ITC Centre, Mount Road in 1995. Since then, it has also leveraged technology to provide banking services through multiple digital channels such as netbanking and mobile banking. HDFC Bank is today reaching out to an increasing number of people across the state.

The journey to reach the 100th branch milestone in Chennai has been extremely fulfilling, right since the launch of our first branch in the state in 1995. We are expanding into deeper geographies with increased intensity, and with 75+ transactions now available on the mobile, we look forward to bringing a whole new world of convenience and flexibility to customers across the state.

– Mr. George Mathai, Zonal Head, HDFC Bank

At a national level, HDFC Bank has 56% of its branches in semi-urban and rural areas and is continuously extending its reach in the hinterland in its endeavour to support inclusive growth.

As of December 31, 2014, the Bank had a distribution network with 3,659 branches and 11,633 ATMs in 2,287 cities/towns. The Bank has made significant headway in its multichannel servicing strategy in Chennai, providing customers the use of its complete range of products and services. It offers, under one roof, products ranging from basic services such as Savings Account, Fixed Deposits, Current Account, Two-wheeler loan, Auto loan, Commercial Vehicle Loan, Kisan Gold Card, Agri and Commodities Loans to direct access banking channels such as, PhoneBanking, NetBanking and International Credit and Debit Cards.

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