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Ing Vysya Bank state wise list of all branches, IFSC code, MICR code and Addresses within India
ING Vysya Bank Ltd was founded in 2002. It is to be remembered that its parent bank, Vysya Bank was established in 1930. Its headquarters is located at Bangalore, in India. The key people associated with this bank are Shailendra Bhandari who holds the post of CEO and MD, Uday Sareen who holds the post of deputy CEO and Arun Thiagarajan who holds the post of Chairman of the Board. At present, its number of employees stood over 10,000. It comes with 527 branches and 405 ATMs. It has 10 extension counters in the open market. It was a privately owned Indian multinational bank
It is to be remembered that from the 2002 purchase of an equity stake in Vysya Bank by the Dutch ING Group, it came in the open market with retail, wholesale, plus private banking platforms formed. This landmark indicated with the merger marks the initial between a foreign bank and an Indian bank. In the present scenario, it has long list of esteemed existing and potential customers in the open market. It is to be noted that the Economic Times ranked this bank in "Top 5 Most Trusted Private Sector Banks" and the New Indian Express, it ranked this particular bank as the "Safest Banker".
The full form of ifsc code is Indian Financial System Code. An alphanumeric code that helps in many bank related applications. You can use their ifsc code for both RTGS as well as NEFT fund transfer systems. The RBI provides ifsc codes for ING Vysya. Each branch has got its own separate ifsc code. It is used for communication purpose or fund transfer between two banks branches.
One can easily find online the respective ifs code for any branch. There are many websites that provide this detail. Simply enter the required details like state name, branch name and other fields to get the correct code. Ifs code comprises of bank code then a zero for further use and lastly the branch code.
Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Code helps in easing up the task of cheque clearance and other bank documents. It is present at the bottom of every cheque. It can be easily read by humans unlike the bar codes.
MICR codes can very easily be located by online mediums. Simply select your state and view the districts. You will get to select the branch in that district from where you will get the MICR code without any problem. Sometimes there are chances that the branch name or district names are misspelled. It is a numeric code thus easily identifiable. Generally the branch details page in banks website will give you all the details.