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Axis Bank launches its Hindi Website

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Axis Bank today announces the launch of its website in Hindi http://hindi.axisbank.com on the eve of India’s Republic Day.

Speaking on the occasion Ms. Manju Srivatsa, President, Retail Banking, Axis Bank said “As the Internet reaches the hinterlands and our branch network grows beyond the major cities, we believe that there is a need to provide information on the Bank’s products and services in languages other than English. The Hindi website is the first of such initiatives on the Internet following the Bank’s pioneering effort on the ATMs, where Axis Bank provides services in 13 languages. We expect the Hindi website to be highly beneficial to our current and prospective customers”.

Presently, the hindi website has been launched with Personal Banking and 24 X 7 - Banking sections, which covers the entire range of the products offered to the bank’s retail customers and add-on services like Mobile Banking, Internet Banking, Phone Banking, etc. The remaining sections will be made live subsequently.

About Axis Bank:
Axis Bank is the third largest private sector bank in India.  We offer a vast spectrum of services encompassing Large and Mid-Corporate Banking, SME Banking, Agri-Business Banking, Retail Banking and International Banking.

The Bank’s network in India spans 954 offices and over 4126 ATMs.

The Bank has set up five wholly-owned subsidiaries, Axis Sales Limited, Axis Private Equity Limited, Axis Trustee Services Limited, Axis Asset Management Company Limited and Axis Mutual Fund Trustee Limited.

The Bank carries out its corporate social responsibility initiative through Axis Bank Foundation set up in 2006 as a registered public trust. Each year the Bank transfers 1% of its net profit for the previous year to the foundation.

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