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Standard Chartered Bank launches new full-service branch at Jodhpur

The branch will offer several services including no-frills account

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 

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Standard Chartered Bank has deepened its presence in Rajasthan by launching a full-service branch in Jodhpur. A wide-ranging product suite of the bank is available for customers at Jodhpur. This is the third branch the bank has opened in Rajasthan, the first and second one being in Jaipur and Udaipur respectively.

Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji Sahib of Jodhpur was the Chief Guest.

Sunil Kaushal, Regional Chief Executive Standard Chartered Bank, India & South Asia said, "Standard Chartered Bank has been in India since 1858 and offers best-in-class banking and financial products and services to its customers here. Rajasthan has always been a key market for us and we are deepening our presence with the third branch in the state.  We are confident that the people of Jodhpur will benefit from the banking services offered out of our new branch."
 
The Jodhpur branch, located at Plot no 839, Ground Floor, 9th Chopasani Road in Jodhpur will offer a range of banking services such as savings products, including no-frills account, investment services and corporate payment solutions. Customers will also enjoy the expertise of a team of financial experts to help them make the best of their banking experience.
 
With this new branch, Standard Chartered increases its employee strength to about 100 in Rajasthan.
 
The latest launch will take the total number of Standard Chartered branches in India to 96 spread across 39 cities - the widest footprint by far offered by any foreign bank in the country.
 
Standard Chartered has continued to invest in India, which is now the Bank’s second largest market globally.

Standard Chartered Bank launches new full-service branch at Jodhpur

The branch will offer several services including no-frills account

Standard Chartered Bank has deepened its presence in Rajasthan by launching a full-service branch in Jodhpur. A wide-ranging product suite of the bank is available for customers at Jodhpur. This is the third branch the bank has opened in Rajasthan, the first and second one being in Jaipur and Udaipur respectively.

Standard Chartered Bank has deepened its presence in Rajasthan by launching a full-service branch in Jodhpur. A wide-ranging product suite of the bank is available for customers at Jodhpur. This is the third branch the bank has opened in Rajasthan, the first and second one being in Jaipur and Udaipur respectively.

Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji Sahib of Jodhpur was the Chief Guest.

Sunil Kaushal, Regional Chief Executive Standard Chartered Bank, India & South Asia said, "Standard Chartered Bank has been in India since 1858 and offers best-in-class banking and financial products and services to its customers here. Rajasthan has always been a key market for us and we are deepening our presence with the third branch in the state.  We are confident that the people of Jodhpur will benefit from the banking services offered out of our new branch."
 
The Jodhpur branch, located at Plot no 839, Ground Floor, 9th Chopasani Road in Jodhpur will offer a range of banking services such as savings products, including no-frills account, investment services and corporate payment solutions. Customers will also enjoy the expertise of a team of financial experts to help them make the best of their banking experience.
 
With this new branch, Standard Chartered increases its employee strength to about 100 in Rajasthan.
 
The latest launch will take the total number of Standard Chartered branches in India to 96 spread across 39 cities - the widest footprint by far offered by any foreign bank in the country.
 
Standard Chartered has continued to invest in India, which is now the Bank’s second largest market globally.

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