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FAQ's

  • Q. What is saving?
    • Ans: When income is more than expenses, than we have surplus money known as saving.

  • Q. Why should one save?
    • Ans: We should save regularly so that it can be used to meetexpenses/ exigencies for education, marriage, purchasing farm seeds, purchasing own house, birth, illness, accident, death, natural calamity, old age etc. During the emergency only saving could help.

  • Q. Where to save?
    • Ans: The money is mainly kept at home in gullak. But we would always be worried about its safety. Sometime it may get stolen or we may be tempted to use the money. Also money saved at home does not increase. Thus the money could be saved in bank.

  • Q. Why save in bank?
    • Ans: Money kept in bank is safe, secure and trusted upon.

  • Q. What are the advantages of having bank account?
    • Ans: One can open saving, recurring/ fixed deposit accounts. Banks after loans and many other useful services. The wages / salary drawn can be directly credited to the account. All social benefit like MGNREGA Wages, pensions etc. can be directly credited to bank account through EBT. The money kept with the bank can be deposited or withdrawn at convenience. Banks do not charge any fee for depositing money but pays interest on the money deposited. Beside a bank account gives us an identity which is recognized by other government agencies.

  • Q. What is interest?
    • Ans: Interest is tha amount earned on the deposit kept with the bank or it is the amount paid when the money is borrowed from the bank. The interest charged by the bank is much less than the interest charged by money lender (Sahukar).

  • Q. What is BSBDA account?
    • Ans: A BSBDA account is Basic Saving Deposit Account which can be opened with simplified KYC document and also with nil balance.

  • Q. What are the features of BSBDA?
    • Ans: Basic Saving Basic Deposit Account is opened on the simplified basic KYC norms. Banks would not charge fee for deposit of money any number of time. In addition, banks would not charge for 4 withdrawals during a month. The customer would be provided with a passbook and an ATM card without any fee. The account can be used for day to day needs like deposit, withdrawal, remittances, direct credit of social benefits etc.

  • Q. What is overdraft, how is it different from other loans?
    • Ans: Small overdraft is inbuilt in the saving bank account to taken care of the emergent miscellaneous needs. One can withdraw the amount upto the limit of overdraft without going through seprate documentation for availing small amount. The customer is required to pay the interest on the amount of overdraft as it is a loan given by bank. Other loans like KCC and GCC are provided by banks specific purpose of income generating activities.

  • Q. What is nomination?
    • Ans: Nomination is a facility that enables a deposit holder to designate an individual, who can claim the amount lying in the bank account in case of death of account holder. It is always advisable to make nomination in a bank account so that the nominated person can get the amount easily.

  • Q. What is Know Your Customer (KYC)?
    • Ans: Banks are required to know particulars of the customer before opening of the Accounts as per KYC regulations. Hence we need to submit necessary KYC documents, i.e. photograph, proof of identity and proof of residence to the bank along with account opening form. The account can also be opened on the basis of Aadhar Card. Person not having above documents may open account under relaxed KYC procedure based on MGNREGA job card or self�?certification. The accounts opened under relaxed procedure will be treated as small accounts and will be subject to certain limitations.

  • Q. What is debt?
    • Ans: DEBT is basically borrowing raised to fill up gap between resources and uses. When expenses are more than income and we have no saving with us, then there is a storage of money which is covered through borrowing, creating debt.

  • Q. What is Debt Management Plan?
    • Ans: It is a plan to assist those who are in financial distress by drawing a suitable re�?payment plan. The counselor would assist the customer in understanding the financial budgeting and find a way out of reduce / lessen the burden of debt.

  • Q. How to manage money?
    • Ans. Money can be efficiently managed by doing financial planning. As a first step of financial planning, one needs to maintain a Financial Diary to keep accounts the income and expenses for given period, say a week or a month.

  • Q. What is Financial Planning?
    • Ans: Financial planning is to help individuals to use their resources against the needs efficiently in short term and achieve their long�?term financial goals through investments, asset aloocation, risk management, retirement planning etc.

  • Q. What does it help the customer?
    • Ans: It will help customer to manage his financial resources as well as to know the different avenues of investments, Liquidity preference, risk tolerance level vise�?a�?vis risk mitigation etc. to reach the financial goals.

  • Q. What are the types of loans offered by banks?
    • Ans: Banks gives various types of loans such as short term loans, long term loans, overdrafts and working capital etc. for agriculture and allied activities, business, manufacturing units, personal loan, housing loan, education loans, business loans stc. To meet the requirements of the customers.

  • Q. Why should we repay the loan?
    • Ans: The banks are depositor's money for lending. If the loan is not repaid, it would affect the bank capacity to repay the depositors money in time. This would also affect the bank capacity to lend borrowers. In case the loans are not repaid on time could take possession of the security offered as guarantee for the loan can initiate legal proceedings for recovering the loan amount long with interest.

  • Q. What is SLBC?
    • Ans: SLBC means State Level Bankers Committee which is an inter�?institutional forum at State level ensuring coordinating between Government and banks on the matters pertaining to banking development. A designated bank becomes the Convener Bank of Particular State Union Territory.

  • Q. What is Lead bank?
    • Ans: Each district of country has been allocated to a specified Commercial Bank which is called as Lead Bank of the district.

  • Q. What is the Grievance Redressal Mechanism of banks?
    • Ans: Banks are regulated entities. Every bank has a Grivance Redressal Officer, the details of which is published in all branches and also on their web site. In case of any dispute, one can file or complaint with the Grievance Redressal Officer of that bank. In case the customer is not satisfied with the resolution of dispute by them, the customer can file our complaint with the Banking Ombudsman of the Reserve Bank of India.

  • Q. Why should we have Financial Inclusion?
    • Ans: Major section of the Indian Economy do not access to formal banking services. To bring them under the banking purview and provide them banking facilities. Financial inclusion initiatives were taken since 2005�?06. Bring the excluded section of the society with in the bank purview would enable banks as financial intermediaries to contribute to economic growth through mobilization and allocation of credits towards various project financing, thereby providing households, businesses to attain their economic goal.

  • Q. What is Financial Inclusion?
    • Ans: Financial Inclusion is the process of ensuring access to mainstream financial services and timely and adequate credit to all excluded people vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost.

  • Q. What are challenges of Financial Inclusion?
    • Ans: The challenges of Financial Inclusion:

      Poor infrastructure and telecom connectivity in rural area's

       Lack of financial literacy

       Availability of required documents for banking activities

       Limited technology adoption and know how among the eco system partners

       Lack of local support for scalability of banking services

  • Q. What is SSA?
    • Ans: SSA is a Sub Service Area under lead bank scheme Service Area Approach under which villages are identified and assigned to bank branches based on their proximity and contiguity. Sub Service Area of cluster of more than wherein up to 1000 to 1500 households are brought under such cluster for providing banking services.

  • Q. What would be the features of accounts opened?
    • Ans: Saving bank accounts with zero balance would be opened and AMT/Debit (RuPay) card would be issued to the account holder.

  • Q. What are the requirements for providing Basic Banking Accounts at house hold level?
    • Ans: For every uncovered household, It is required to open one accounts in every household fulfilling the basic KYC requirements.

  • Q. Is there any Overdraft facility on these accounts?
    • Ans: Yes, An overdraft facility of upto Rs. 5000.00/�? would be provided gradually starting from 1000.00/�? to the customers (preferably to lady member) after six months of satisfactory performance in the account.

  • Q. Is there any guarantee provided against defaults in over drafts?
    • Ans: It is proposed to create a credit guarantee fund with a corpus of Rs. 1000 crores which would be housed in National Credit Guarantee Corporation (NCGC) to provide guarantee against defaults in over drafts.

  • Q. How would the account opening activity be carried out?
    • Ans: Accounts would be opened for all eligible residents in camp mode. The camp would be organized in co�?ordination with the Government and bank officials and the BC agents and Bank Officials would ensure opening of accounts.

  • Q. Are there are other activities that to be carried out during these camps?
    • Ans: Basic financial literacy highlighting benefits of opening account, availability of available credit facility, operating of ATM card and benefits of repayment of over�?draft on time may be provided during these camps.

  • Q. What is micro insurance policy?
    • Ans: A micro insurance policy promotes insurance coverage among economically vulnerable sections of society. It can be general or a life insurance policy with a sum assured of Rs. 50,000 or less.

  • Q. What is NPS�? Swavalamban?
    • Ans: National Pension Scheme – Swavalamban is a co�?contributory pension scheme launched on 26/09/2010 to encourage workers in the unorganized sector to save voluntarily for old age.

  • Q. Who can subscribe to NPS�? Swavalamban?
    • Ans: A citizen of India, who belongs to unorganized sector, can open NPS�?Swavalamban account based on the following conditions:

      -Should be between 18�?60 years of age as on the date of submission of his/her application by Aggregator

      -Should comply with the Know Your Customer (KYC) process carried out by an Aggregator

      -Subscribe should not be covered any other social security schemes like Employees Provident

      -Fund and miscellaneous provision act, The Coal Mines Provident Fund and miscellaneous Provision Act etc.

  • Q. What are the benefits of Swavalamban Scheme?
    • Ans: Under the Swavalamban Scheme, the government would contribute a sum of 1000 per annum in each National Scheme account opened and having a saving of Rs. 1000 to Rs 12000 per annum for a period of 5 years.

  • Q. What is Business Correspondents (BC)?
    • Ans: Business Correspondents are retail agents engaged by banks for providing banking services at locations other than a bank branch/ATM. Basically, BCs enables a bank to expand outreach and offer limited range of banking services at low cost. BCs, are an integral part of a business strategy for achieving greater financial inclusion.

  • Q. What are functions of BC?
    • Ans: BCs are permitted to perform a variety of activities which include identification of borrowers, attend to collection of small value deposit, disbursal of small value credit, recovery of principal / collection of interest sale of micro insurance / mutual fund products/ pension products/ other third party products and receipt and delivery of small value remittances/ other payment instruments, creating awareness about savings and other products education ad advise on managing money and debt counselling etc.

  • Q. What are the products offered through the BC channel?
    • -Small Savings Accounts

      -Fixed Deposit and Recurring Deposit with low minimum deposits

      -Remittance to any customer

      -Micro Credit

      -General Insurance

  • Q. What is the remuneration paid to BC?
    • Ans: The BC remuneration consist of fixed and variable component which is commission based.

  • Q. Where can the customer access his account under the BC model?
    • Ans: Customer can access his account through BC agents or customer service points, USBs, Kiosks, etc. appointed by the BC for servicing the customers.

  • Q. What does a BC function?
    • Ans: The BC used Information and Communication Technology (ICT) based devices such as handheld machines, smart card based devices, mobile phones etc. to carry out the banking transaction.

  • Q. Whether our money is safe if we deposit with BC?
    • Ans: BC is a mode of providing banking service at doorstep as bank branch is at a distant area. Depositing money with BC is as good as depositing is at a bank branch. The transactions are done through the ICT base devices and accounted I the books of the banks through online mode o real time basis. The customers gets immediate verification of their transactions as cash deposited/ withdrawn by customers through the BC is acknowledged by issue of a receipt on behalf of the bank. Additionally, transactions through BCs are done on the basis of our biometrics or a pin number and thus no one else can do transactions in our account.

  • Q. What is DBT?
    • Ans: DBT�? Direct Benefit Transfer is a scheme under which subsidies are directly transferred to the beneficiary accounts. Aadhar enabled DBT is where subsidies are directly transferred to the Aadhar Linked accounts of the beneficiaries, through Aadhar reference.

  • Q. What is the role of Banks in DBT rollout?
    • Ans: The banks are required to:

      - Assist concerned Government Departments in ensuring every beneficiary has a bank account

      - Issue of ATM debit cards to all beneficiaries

      - Seed Bank accounts with Aadhar number

      - Provide adequate banking infrastructure to enable withdrawal from accounts through various access points viz. Branch, ATM and Business Correspondent Agents

      - Undertake Electronic Fund Transfer to beneficiary accounts based on payment advices received from the concerned Government Departments

      - Coordinate with stakeholders for DBT�?Government Department, UIDAI, NPCI

  • Q. What is EBT?
    • Ans: EBT�? Electronic Benefit Transfer is nothing but a Direct Benefit Transfer scheme of the Government under which accounts are opened for beneficiaries of government schemes like NREGS, SSP as per the data provided by the Government. These customers can receive their benefit payment form the Government in these accounts.

  • Q. What is Aadhaar?
    • Ans: Aadhaar is a twelve unique identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) or National Population Registrar (NPR) to residents of India. (more details at www.uidai.gov.in

  • Q. What is the Aadhaar enabled Bank Account?
    • Ans: A bank account is linked to Aadhaar number of the customer.

  • Q. Can Aadhaar number to be linked to an existing bank account?
    • Ans: Yes, Aadhaar number can be linked to an existing bank account (SB/CA/BSBDA) of the account holder at the base branch after proper verification. For linking, the primary account holder will carry the original Aadhaar letter and submit the following documents at branch:

      Request letter

      Copy of Aadhaar Letter, self�?attested by customer

  • Q. What is Aadhaar payment bridge system (APBS)?
    • Ans: It is a payment system offered by the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI), through which interbank transaction can happen in Aadhaar linked accounts.

  • Q. What is Aadhaar Enable Payment System (AEPS)?
    • Ans: It enables transaction in Aadhaar enables accounts by using biometric authentication system of UIDAI. However, transaction relation to customers having account with the bank ie.�? 'on�?us' transaction can be completed by using bank's own authenticating System.

  • Q. How many accounts can be linked to a Single Aadhaar number?
    • Ans: One aadhaar number can be linked to only one Account.

  • Q. Whether a customer can link his/her Aadhaar number to his/her accounts in more than one account?
    • Ans: Yes, but the Aadhaar number linked to the latest one account will be credited with benefits/subsidy from government. Therefore, it is advisable to link Aadhaar number to only one account in only one bank.

  • Q. What are the benefits linking account with Aadhaar number?
    • Ans: Most of the government subsidies / benefits e.g. MGNREGS, LPG subsidy etc. are directly credited to the beneficiary's account based on his/her Aadhaar number. Though AAadhaar number he can do interoperability transaction that is transaction with other banks. He can also use E�?KYC with Aadhaar number.

  • Q. What is the role of Financial Literacy Centre (FLC)?
    • Ans. The main aim of Financial Literacy Centre (FLC) is to guide people in all aspects of money management and help them to improved financial literacy, have proper control on their finances and proper organize monthly financial commitment, to understand various fact of Finance, help in taking informed decision.

  • Q. What are the credential of such center?
    • Ans: FLC center are established with a view of help all those who are in need to advise on financial management. The service offered at Centre are absolutely at no cost to the client. More importantly confidentiality is ensured. These centers are also managed by experience ex�?bankers on behalf of banks/ Financial institutions.

  • Q. How is counseling available?
    • Ans: The customer need to visit the FLC, fill�?up the form data submit photocopy of required documents as suggested by the Counselor. The counselor will fix mutually convenient date and time for one counseling session. Mostly the advice given instantly.

  • Q. What happen at counseling session?
    • Ans: The counselor will review your financial situation in a non�?judgmental manner and provide possible suggestions/ solutions. He / She will guide you appropriately.

  • Q. What are benefits of the program?
    • Ans: The counseling session will help the customer in understanding and drawing a most appropriate solution to manage finances. In case a debt, the counselor may provide further assistance by contracting the customer's banker to consider the plan and if fits into guidelines set out by the banker it will save you from further action, penal interest etc.

  • Q. What is the cost of program?
    • Ans: It is absolutely FREE.

  • Q. Is counseling confidential?
    • Ans: Absolutely. The counselor will not divulge a client's financial position to anybody.

  • Q. Do FLC provide loans?
    • Ans: No, The center provides only guidance on financial freedom.

  • Q. Do the call center collect repayment of debt and pass it on to my bankers?
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Don't have Aadhaar card? ICICI Bank can help you in getting one; here is how

Aadhaar card, issued by UIDAI, has become a vital identity. Any individual is allowed to have their own Aadhaar card. Its uniqueness, authentication, financial address and e-KYC, have enabled government to reach out to residents across India and deliver various subsidies, benefits and services.  Also, Aadhaar helps in many services like applying for PAN card, filing for ITR, bank account opening and investments. Now, the private lender ICICI Bank has come up with an helping hand to residents who do not have an Aadhaar card. This is specifically for citizens residing in National Capital Region (NCR). People here without Aadhaar, can apply for new one by just visiting at ICICI Bank’s nearest branches. 

ICICI Bank via its Twitter account said, “If you reside in the National Capital Region (NCR) and don’t have an Aadhaar Card yet, #ICICIBank is at your service. You can now register for a new Aadhar Card at your nearest #ICICIBank branch. Locate your nearest #ICICIBankAadhaarEnrolment centre on: http://bit.ly/ICICIBankForAadhaar.”

If you reside in the National Capital Region (NCR) and don’t have an Aadhaar Card yet, #ICICIBank is at your service. You can now register for a new Aadhar Card at your nearest #ICICIBank branch. Locate your nearest #ICICIBankAadhaarEnrolment centre on: https://t.co/ZmD6DlbVhGpic.twitter.com/s78zYxXKQI

— ICICI Bank (@ICICIBank) May 1, 2019

Aadhaar enrolment is the first step, for availing your actual 12-digit biometric. It includes visiting Enrolment Centre, filling the enrolment form, getting demographic and biometric data captured, submitting proof of Identity and address documents, before collecting acknowledgement slip containing Enrolment ID. 

Among common proofs of identity are election photo ID card, PAN card, government ID, Ration card, passport and driving license. While for address election photo ID card, Ration card, passport and driving license are acceptable. 

According to UIDAI, Even if someone in a family does not have individual valid documents, the resident can still enrol if his/her name exists in family entitlement document. In this case the Head of Family in entitlement document needs to be enrolled first with valid PoI & PoA document. 

The head of the Family can then introduce other members in the family while they are enrolling. UIDAI accepts many document types as Proof of Relationship. 

Acting as enrolment centre at ICICI Bank,  fill your personal details within the Enrolment Form. Your photo, finger-prints and iris scan will also be taken as a part of the enrolment. 

You must review the details you have provided and make corrections during enrolment itself. You will get an acknowledgement slip with an enrolment number and other details captured during enrolment. 

If there is any correction in the enrolment data can be done within 96 hours of enrolment by visiting the enrolment centre with the acknowledgement slip.

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    ICICI Bank Credit Card Activation Online. How to Activate ICICI Credit Card through net banking, mobile banking, customer care, ATM Card 2021 at https://www.icicibank.com

    ICICI Bank Credit Card

    ICICI credit cards come in handy in terms of bill payments. The ICICI bank provides bankers with a variety of cards to transact across different services. There are multiple ways to activate the cards and generate the PIN. To enjoy the ICICI credit card service, ensure to activate the card before use.

    How to Activate ICICI Credit Card

    How to Activate ICICI Credit Card

    ICICI Bank Credit Card Activation Through Net banking

    For the first time cardholders, you need to register for internet banking services. You can visit the bank for registration or use the bank’s online portal. Existing internet banking customers should link their credit card to the account to receive the PIN.

    1. Visit the ICICI bank net banking https://www.icicibank.com platform and click the login button.
    2. On the homepage, select the option “get user ID.” Reach the pages’ instruction and then proceed to click the “click here to proceed” option. 
    3. Next, select the credit card tab and enter the card’s number and registered mobile number.
    4. Enter the OTP given on the page to validate the details.
    5. Open the login page and click the option “get password.”
    6. Next, enter the user id and registered mobile number plus the OTP received.
    7. The system will generate a new password.

    The above steps are for new users who don’t have net banking services. For registered users, follow the steps to activate the ICICI credit card.

    • On the net banking, portal select the “credit card” option.
    • Proceed and click the “generate now” button, which is under the ” credit card PIN.”
    • Choose the credit card number and then enter the CVV.
    • Recheck the mobile number and then click the submit button.
    • The system will send an OTP together with the new PIN.
    • Once the process is complete, your ICICI credit card will be activated.

    How to Activate ICIC bank Credit Card Using Mobile Banking

    1. Log in to your mobile banking app using the user id and password/PIN.
    2. On the homepage, click on the tab “services.”
    3. Now select the card pin services and credit card pin generation options.
    4. From the list given, select the card you want to activate.
    5. Now enter the new credit card pin, then check the mobile number.
    6. Select the submit button.

    Activating the ICICI credit card through the ATM card.

    • Visit the ICICI bank ATM lobby and swipe the card in the machine.
    • On the menu, select the language preference.
    • Next, select the option “pin generation” on the page.
    • Now follow all the instructions given on the page to change the PIN successfully.

    How to Activate icici credit card via customer care.

    Account-holders can also call the bank’s customer care number for help. Use the number 1800 200 3344 and follow the IVR (interactive voice response).  You must call from the registered mobile number and follow each step for successful pin change.

    Changing ICICI credit card PIN at the ATM

    • Enter your card in the ATM and select your language preference.
    • First, enter your existing credit card PIN.
    • Next, click on the tab “change PIN,” the system will send an OTP to your registered mobile number.
    • Next, use the OTP to validate the details.
    • Please enter the new PIN of choice and confirm by re-typing it again.
    • Recheck the details and click submit to complete the pin changing process.
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    Dear Customer,We value your relationship with ICICIdirect.We would like to bring to your attention that Ministry of Finance (MOF) vide notification dated June 01, 2017 has amended Prevention of Money Laundering (Maintenance of Records) Rules, 2005. As per the above, obtaining Aadhaar number from new customers as well as existing customers has been made mandatory.In this regard, you are requested to update your Aadhaar number on www.icicidirect.com before March 31, 2018. In case of failure to furnish Aadhaar number by March 31, 2018, your account may get disabled.We request you to update your Aadhaar number in time to enjoy uninterrupted services.Kindly note, the Aadhaar number has to be separately updated in Demat and Bank Account. Below are the steps for updating Aadhaar number in all the 3 accounts:
    Steps on how to update Aadhaar number
    Account Through website (Online Process)Through Branches (Offline Process)
    ICICIdirect.com A/cClick here to view Steps Not Available
    ICICI Bank A/cClick here to view StepsDownload the form by click here and then visit nearest ICICI Bank branch offering Demat services.To locate Demat enabled bank branch click here
    Demat A/cNot Available
    In case the updation process of Aadhaar with your ICICIdirect.com account fails, kindly re-check and update the details (Name, Gender and Date of birth exactly as it appears on your Aadhaar card) once again.The steps to rectify the Name, Date of Birth and Gender is mentioned below :For any updation in your Aadhaar card kindly visit your nearest Aadhaar center. To locate the center click herePlease ignore this email if you have already updated Aadhaar in your ICICIdirect.com account.
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    Axis Bank

    Indian private sector bank

    Axis Bank Logo
    TypePublic

    Traded as

    ISININE238A01034
    IndustryFinancial services
    Founded3 December 1993; 28 years ago (1993-12-03) as UTI Bank
    HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India[1]

    Number of locations

    4594 (2021)

    Key people

    ProductsBanking, commodities, credit cards, equities trading, investment management, mortgage loans, mutual funds, private equity, risk management, wealth management, asset management
    RevenueIncrease₹80,847 crore (US$11 billion)[2] (2021)

    Operating income

    Increase₹26,746 crore (US$3.6 billion)[2] (2021)

    Net income

    Increase₹7,252 crore (US$960 million)[2] (2021)
    Total assetsIncrease₹1,010,325 crore (US$130 billion)[2] (2021)
    Total equityIncrease₹102,980 crore (US$14 billion)[2] (2021)
    Owner

    Number of employees

    78,300[2] (2021)
    Subsidiaries
    • Axis Asset Management Company Ltd.
    • Axis Mutual Fund Trustee Ltd.
    • Axis Capital Ltd.
    • Axis Finance Ltd.
    • Axis Securities Ltd.
    • A.TREDS Ltd.
    • Axis Bank UK Ltd.
    • Axis Trustee Services Ltd.
    • Freecharge
    • Accelyst Solutions Private Ltd.
    • Axis Private Equity Ltd.[3]
    Capital ratio9.35% (December 2019)
    Websitewww.axisbank.com
    Footnotes / references
    [4][5][6]

    Axis Bank Limited, formerly known as UTI Bank (1993–2007), is an Indian banking and financial services company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.[7] It sells financial services to large and mid-size companies, SMEs and retail businesses.[1]

    As of 30 June 2016, 30.81% shares are owned by the promoters and the promoter group (United India Insurance Company Limited, Oriental Insurance Company Limited, National Insurance Company Limited, New India Assurance Company Ltd, GIC, LIC and UTI).[8] The remaining 69.19% shares are owned by mutual funds, FIIs, banks, insurance companies, corporate bodies and individual investors.[9]

    History

    The bank was founded on 3 December 1993 as UTI Bank, opening its registered office in Ahmedabad and a corporate office in Mumbai.[10] The bank was promoted jointly by the Administrator of the Unit Trust of India (UTI),[11]Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), General Insurance Corporation, National Insurance Company, The New India Assurance Company, The Oriental Insurance Corporation and United India Insurance Company. The first branch was inaugurated on 2 April 1994 in Ahmedabad by Manmohan Singh, then finance minister of India.[12]

    In 2001 UTI Bank agreed to merge with Global Trust Bank, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) withheld approval and the merger did not take place. In 2004, the RBI put Global Trust under moratorium and supervised its merger with Oriental Bank of Commerce. The following year, UTI bank was listed on the London Stock Exchange.[13] In the year 2006, UTI Bank opened its first overseas branch in Singapore. The same year it opened an office in Shanghai, China. In 2007, it opened a branch in the Dubai International Financial Centre and branches in Hong Kong.[14]

    On 30 July 2007, UTI Bank changed its name to Axis Bank.[15]

    In 2009, Shikha Sharma was appointed as the MD and CEO of Axis Bank.[16]

    In 2013, Axis Bank's subsidiary, Axis Bank UK commenced banking operations.[17]

    On 1 January 2019, Amitabh Chaudhry took over as MD and CEO.[18]

    In year 2021,the Bank had reduced its stake in Yes Bank from 2.39 per cent to 1.96 per cent.[19]

    Operations

    Indian Business

    As of 12 August 2016, the bank had a network of 4,096 branches and extension counters and 12,922 ATMs.[20]

    Axis Bank has the largest ATM network among private banks in India.[21][22] It even operates an ATM at one of the world's highest sites at Thegu, Sikkim at a height of 4,023 meters (13,200 ft) above sea level.[23]

    International business

    The bank has nine international offices with branches at Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai (at the DIFC), Shanghai,[24] Colombo and representative offices at Dhaka, Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, which focus on corporate lending, trade finance, syndication, investment banking and liability businesses.[25] In addition to the above, the bank has a presence in UK with its wholly owned subsidiary Axis Bank UK Limited.[26]

    Services

    Retail banking

    The bank offers lending services to individuals and small businesses, along with liability products, card services, Internet banking, automated teller machines (ATM) services, depository, financial advisory services, and Non-resident Indian (NRI) services.[27] Axis bank is a participant in RBI's NEFT enabled participating banks list.[28]

    Corporate banking

    Transaction banking: Axis Bank provides products and services related to transaction banking to customers in areas of current accounts, cash management services, capital market services, trade, foreign exchange and derivatives, cross-border trade and correspondent banking services and tax collections on behalf of the Government and various State Governments in India.[29]

    Investment banking and trustee services: The bank provides investment banking and trusteeship services through its owned subsidiaries. Axis Capital Limited provides investment banking services relating to equity capital markets, institutional stock brokering besides M&A advisory. Axis Trustee Services Limited is engaged in trusteeship activities, acting as a debenture trustee and as a trustee to various securitization trusts.[30]

    International banking

    The bank offers corporate banking, trade finance, treasury and risk management through the branches at Singapore, Hong Kong, DIFC, Shanghai and Colombo, and also retail liability products from its branches at Hong Kong and Colombo.[31] The representative office at Dhaka was inaugurated during the current financial year.[32]

    Listing and shareholding

    Axis Banks's equity shares are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange of India (NSE).[27][33] The company's global depository receipts (GDRs) are listed on the London Stock Exchange.[34] The Bonds issued by the bank under the MTN program are listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.[27]

    Issues and concerns

    Operation Red Spider

    Main article: Operation Red Spider

    An Indian online magazine conducted a sting operation which was publicised along with 2013 videos evidence showing a wide range of violations and money-laundering schemes by top officials at a number of Indian banks, including Axis Bank. Consequently, penalties of ₹50 million (US$660,000) on Axis Bank, ₹45 million (US$600,000) on HDFC Bank, and ₹10 million (US$130,000) on ICICI Bank were imposed by the Reserve Bank of India.[35]

    2016 Demonetisation related money laundering

    Following the 2016 Indian Banknote Demonetisation, a number of Axis Bank employees were arrested for facilitating money laundering activities.[36] Some media outlets highlighted the disproportionate number of cases involving the bank, and claimed that the bank's aggressive performance targets and internal culture fostered such activities and that the blame does not lie solely in the hands of arrested employees.[37]

    Initiatives

    Axis Thought Factory

    An innovation hub located in Bengaluru has an in-house innovation team and an accelerator program.[38] With this launch, Axis Bank became the first Indian bank to introduce a dedicated innovation lab in the country.[39][40][41]

    Asha home loans

    Asha home loans targets first-time home buyers in the lower-income segment.[42][43] The product offers loans from ₹100,000 (US$1,300)–₹1.5 million (US$20,000) in small towns (population less than 1 million) and up to ₹2.8 million (US$37,000) in larger towns (population over 1 million), to customers with family incomes of ₹8,000 (US$110)–₹10,000 (US$130) per month and above.[44]

    eKYC

    eKYC (electronic know your customer)[45] is an online, paperless Aadhaar card-based process for fulfilling KYC requirements to start investing in mutual funds without the submission of any documents. Axis Bank partnered with Visa Inc. to launch the 'eKYC' facility, and was the first organization in India to introduce biometrics-based KYC.[46]

    Subsidiaries

    Axis Capital Ltd.

    Axis Capital Ltd. was incorporated in India as a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank on 6 December 2005 and received its certificate of commencement of business on 2 May 2006. Certain businesses of M/s. Enam Securities Pvt. Ltd. were merged with Axis Capital Ltd. as part of a scheme and the following companies became direct subsidiaries of Axis Capital:[47]

    1. Axis Securities Ltd. (formerly Enam Securities Direct Pvt. Ltd.)
    2. Axis Finance Ltd. (formerly Enam Finance Pvt. Ltd.)
    3. Axis Securities Europe Ltd. (formerly Enam Securities Europe Ltd.)
    4. Enam International Ltd., UAE (voluntarily dissolved with effect from 24 August 2014)

    Axis Securities Ltd., Axis Finance Ltd. and Axis Securities Europe Ltd. later became direct subsidiaries of the bank in line with the RBI directives.[citation needed]

    Axis Securities Ltd.

    Axis Securities Ltd.was incorporated in India on 21 July 2006. The sales and securities business, including the retail broking business of Axis Capital Ltd, was merged with ASL on 25 May 2013. ASL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank and offers retail asset products, credit cards and retail brokerage services.[48]

    Axis Private Equity Ltd.

    Axis Private Equity Ltd. was incorporated in India as a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank on 3 October 2006 and received its certificate of commencement on 4 December 2006. APE manages investments, venture capital funds and offshore funds.[citation needed]

    Axis Mutual Fund

    Main article: Axis Mutual Fund

    Axis Mutual Fund is a subsidiary of Axis Bank established in 2009 with in headquarters in Mumbai.

    Acquisitions

    Axis Bank acquired Freecharge, a digital marketplace for financial services in 2017 for approximately ₹385 crore.[49]

    Awards

    2010

    2011

    2012

    • Bank of the Year – Money Today FPCIL Awards 2012–13[54]
    • Best Private Sector Bank – CNBC-TV18 India's Best Bank and Financial Institution Awards 2012[55]

    2013

    • Ranked No 1 in the IT Biz Award – large enterprises category by Express IT Awards[56]
    • Joint winner under the ‘Most Innovative Broad Based Product Offering’ category - IBA Innovations Award.[57]

    2014

    • Best Domestic Bank in India- Asiamoney Best Banks 2014[58]
    • Best Bank Award among Large Banks for IT For Business Innovation - IDRBT Banking Technology Excellence Awards 2014[59]
    • Best Bank for Rural Reach in the Private Sector and Best Retail Growth Performance in the Private Sector category – Dun & Bradstreet - Polaris Financial Technology Banking Awards 2014[60]

    2015

    See also

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      How to Link Aadhaar Card to ICICI Bank Account ?

      Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account : Aadhaar Card is an important Card issued by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) in accordance with Government of India. Not only it serves as a Proof of Identity and Address, it also serves various other important purposes. If you did not link your Aadhaar Card while opening a new account in ICICI Bank, you can do it at any point of time. You do not need to submit any documents if you link your Aadhaar with ICICI Bank Account Online, by SMS or by ICICI Bank ATM. However, if you update or link your Aadhaar with ICICI Bank Account by visiting the Branch, you may be asked for a photostat copy of Aadhaar Card.

      How to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account

      Benefits of Linking Aadhaar Card to ICICI Bank Account :

      • Direct Benefits Transfer (DBTL).
      • Subsidy for Commodity Products.
      • Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee (MNREGA).
      • Tribal Welfare Schemes.
      • Scholarship.
      • Country Wide Access.

      In this Article, we will tell you :

      • How to link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account Online ?
      • How to link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by Branch Visit ?
      • How to link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by SMS ?
      • How to link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by ICICI Bank ATM ?

      How to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account ?

      Let us first begin with the procedure to link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account Online. We also call this process of linking Aadhaar as ‘Aadhaar Seeding’.

      Steps to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account Online

      In order to link your Aadhaar Number with ICICI Bank Account Online, you need to follow the steps given below :

      1) Login to your ICICI Internet Banking account using your User ID and Password.

      2) Open the link titled ‘Customer Service’.

      3) Click on ‘Bank Account Service Requests >> Account Details >> Modification Related >> Request for Updating Aadhaar Number in Savings Account’.

      4) Enter your Aadhaar Number and hit ‘Submit’.

      This will allow you to link your Aadhaar Card to your ICICI Bank account.

      Once you click on submit, your Aadhaar seeding request will be sent to ICICI Bank. Upon validation of your Aadhaar, it will be linked to your ICICI Bank Account. This process may take 2-3 working days.

      Steps to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by Branch Visit

      In order to update or link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by Branch Visit, you need to visit your ICICI Bank Home Branch and follow the steps given below :

      1) Visit the ICICI Bank Home Branch with Self Attested copy of your Aadhaar Card.

      2) Collect the Aadhaar Seeding form from the Counter and fill it up completely.

      3) Submit the Aadhaar Seeding form along with Self Attested copy of Aadhaar Card.

      Note : You will be notified by SMS once your Aadhaar Number is linked to ICICI Bank Account.

      Steps to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by SMS

      Unfortunately ICICI Bank does not offer the service of linking your Aadhaar card to ICICI Bank account via SMS.

      Steps to Link Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account by ICICI Bank ATM

      Unfortunately ICICI Bank does not offer the service of linking your Aadhaar card to ICICI Bank account via ATM.

      Final Words :

      You can use any of the 4 Methods given above to Link your Aadhaar Card with ICICI Bank Account. I found that linking Aadhaar by ICICI Bank Net Banking is the quickest methods of all. Some people might find other methods easier. It is totally upto your convenience.

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      ICICI Bank Credit Card Activation Online. How to Activate ICICI Credit Card through net banking, mobile banking, customer care, ATM Card 2021 at https://www.icicibank.com

      ICICI Bank Credit Card

      ICICI credit cards come in handy in terms of bill payments. The ICICI bank provides bankers with a variety of cards to transact across different services. There are multiple ways to activate the cards and generate the PIN. To enjoy the ICICI credit card service, ensure to activate the card before use.

      How to Activate ICICI Credit Card

      How to Activate ICICI Credit Card

      ICICI Bank Credit Card Activation Through Net banking

      For the first time cardholders, you need to register for internet banking services. You can visit the bank for registration or use the bank’s online portal. Existing internet banking customers should link their credit card to the account to receive the PIN.

      1. Visit the ICICI bank net banking https://www.icicibank.com platform and click the login button.
      2. On the homepage, select the option “get user ID.” Reach the pages’ instruction and then proceed to click the “click here to proceed” option. 
      3. Next, select the credit card tab and enter the card’s number and registered mobile number.
      4. Enter the OTP given on the page to validate the details.
      5. Open the login page and click the option “get password.”
      6. Next, enter the user id and registered mobile number plus the OTP received.
      7. The system will generate a new password.

      The above steps are for new users who don’t have net banking services. For registered users, follow the steps to activate the ICICI credit card.

      • On the net banking, portal select the “credit card” option.
      • Proceed and click the “generate now” button, which is under the ” credit card PIN.”
      • Choose the credit card number and then enter the CVV.
      • Recheck the mobile number and then click the submit button.
      • The system will send an OTP together with the new PIN.
      • Once the process is complete, your ICICI credit card will be activated.

      How to Activate ICIC bank Credit Card Using Mobile Banking

      1. Log in to your mobile banking app using the user id and password/PIN.
      2. On the homepage, click on the tab “services.”
      3. Now select the card pin services and credit card pin generation options.
      4. From the list given, select the card you want to activate.
      5. Now enter the new credit card pin, then check the mobile number.
      6. Select the submit button.

      Activating the ICICI credit card through the ATM card.

      • Visit the ICICI bank ATM lobby and swipe the card in the machine.
      • On the menu, select the language preference.
      • Next, select the option “pin generation” on the page.
      • Now follow all the instructions given on the page to change the PIN successfully.

      How to Activate icici credit card via customer care.

      Account-holders can also call the bank’s customer care number for help. Use the number 1800 200 3344 and follow the IVR (interactive voice response).  You must call from the registered mobile number and follow each step for successful pin change.

      Changing ICICI credit card PIN at the ATM

      • Enter your card in the ATM and select your language preference.
      • First, enter your existing credit card PIN.
      • Next, click on the tab “change PIN,” the system will send an OTP to your registered mobile number.
      • Next, use the OTP to validate the details.
      • Please enter the new PIN of choice and confirm by re-typing it again.
      • Recheck the details and click submit to complete the pin changing process.
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      FAQ's

      • Q. What is saving?
        • Ans: When income is more than expenses, than we have surplus money known as saving.

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        • Ans: We should save regularly so that it can be used to meetexpenses/ exigencies for education, marriage, purchasing farm seeds, purchasing own house, birth, illness, accident, death, natural calamity, old age etc. During the emergency only saving could help.

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        • Ans: The money is mainly kept at home in gullak. But we would always be worried about its safety. Sometime it may get stolen or we may be tempted to use the money. Also money saved at home does not increase. Thus the money could be saved in bank.

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        • Ans: Money kept in bank is safe, secure and trusted upon.

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        • Ans: One can open saving, recurring/ fixed deposit accounts. Banks after loans and many other useful services. The wages / salary drawn can be directly credited to the account. All social benefit like MGNREGA Wages, pensions etc. can be directly credited to bank account through EBT. The money kept with the bank can be deposited or withdrawn at convenience. Banks do not charge any fee for depositing money but pays interest on the money deposited. Beside a bank account gives us an identity which is recognized by other government agencies.

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        • Ans: Interest is tha amount earned on the deposit kept with the bank 1st cavalry division unit awards it is the amount paid when the money is borrowed from the bank. The interest charged by the bank is much less than the interest charged by money lender (Sahukar).

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        • Ans: A BSBDA account is Basic Saving Deposit Account which can be opened with simplified KYC document and also with nil balance.

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        • Ans: Basic Saving Basic Deposit Account is opened on the simplified basic KYC norms. Banks would not charge fee for deposit of money any number of time. In addition, banks would not charge for 4 withdrawals during a month. The customer would be provided with a passbook and an ATM card without any fee. The account can be used for day to day needs like deposit, withdrawal, remittances, direct credit of social benefits etc.

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        • Ans: Small overdraft is inbuilt in the saving bank account to taken care of the emergent miscellaneous needs. One can withdraw the amount upto the limit of overdraft without going through seprate documentation for availing small amount. The customer is required to pay the interest on the amount of overdraft as it is a loan given by bank. Other loans like KCC and GCC are provided by banks specific how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking purpose of income generating activities.

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        • Ans: Nomination is a facility that enables a deposit holder to designate an individual, who can claim the amount lying in the bank account in case of death of account holder. It is always advisable to how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking make nomination in a bank account so that the nominated person can get the amount easily.

      • Q. What is Know Your Customer (KYC)?
        • Ans: Banks are required to know particulars of the customer before opening of the Accounts as per KYC regulations. Hence we need to submit necessary KYC documents, i.e. photograph, proof of identity and proof of residence to the bank along with account opening form. The account can also be opened on the basis of Aadhar Card. Person not having above documents may open account under relaxed KYC procedure based on MGNREGA job card or self�?certification. The accounts opened under relaxed procedure will be treated as small accounts and will be subject to certain limitations.

      • Q. What is debt?
        • Ans: DEBT is basically borrowing raised to fill up gap between resources and uses. When expenses are more than income and we have no saving with us, then there is a storage of money which is covered through borrowing, creating debt.

      • Q. What is Debt Management Plan?
        • Ans: It is a plan to assist those who are in financial distress by drawing a suitable re�?payment plan. The counselor would assist the customer in understanding the financial budgeting and find a way out of reduce / lessen the burden of debt.

      • Q. How to manage money?
        • Ans. Money can be efficiently managed by doing financial planning. As a first step of financial planning, one needs to maintain a Financial Diary to keep accounts the income and expenses for given period, say a week or a month.

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        • Ans: It will help customer to manage his financial resources as well as to know the different avenues of investments, Liquidity preference, risk tolerance level vise�?a�?vis risk mitigation etc. to reach the financial goals.

      • Q. What are the types of loans offered by banks?
        • Ans: Banks gives various types of loans such as short term loans, long term loans, overdrafts and working capital etc. for agriculture and allied activities, business, manufacturing units, personal loan, housing loan, education loans, business loans stc. To meet the requirements of the customers.

      • Q. Why should we repay the loan?
        • Ans: The banks are depositor's money for lending. If the loan is not repaid, it would affect the bank capacity to repay the depositors money in time. This would also affect the bank capacity to lend borrowers. In case the loans are not repaid on time could take possession of the security offered as guarantee for the loan can initiate legal proceedings for recovering the loan amount long with interest.

      • Q. What is SLBC?
        • Ans: SLBC means State Level Bankers Committee which is an inter�?institutional forum at State level ensuring coordinating between Government and banks on the matters pertaining to banking how to order groceries online at walmart development. A designated bank becomes the Convener Bank of Particular State Union Territory.

      • Q. What is Lead bank?
        • Ans: Each district of country has been allocated to a specified Commercial Bank which is called as Lead Bank of the district.

      • Q. What is the Grievance Redressal Mechanism of banks?
        • Ans: Banks are regulated entities. Every bank has a Grivance Redressal Officer, the details of which is published in all branches and also on their web site. In case of any dispute, one can file or complaint with the Grievance Redressal Officer of that bank. In case the customer is not satisfied with the resolution of dispute by them, the customer can file our complaint with the Banking Ombudsman of the Reserve Bank of India.

      • Q. Why should we have Financial Inclusion?
        • Ans: Major section of the Indian Economy do not access to formal banking services. To bring them under the banking purview and provide them banking facilities. Financial inclusion initiatives were taken since 2005�?06. Bring the excluded section of the society with in the bank purview would enable banks as financial intermediaries to contribute to economic growth through mobilization and allocation of credits towards various project financing, thereby providing households, businesses to attain their economic goal.

      • Q. What is Financial Inclusion?
        • Ans: Financial Inclusion is the process of ensuring access to mainstream financial services and timely how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking and adequate credit to all excluded people vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost.

      • Q. What are challenges of Financial Inclusion?
        • Ans: The challenges of Financial Inclusion:

          Poor infrastructure and telecom connectivity in rural area's

           Lack of financial literacy

           Availability of required documents for banking activities

           Limited technology adoption and know how among the eco system partners

           Lack of local support for scalability of banking services

      • Q. What is SSA?
        • Ans: SSA is a Sub Service Area under lead bank scheme Service Area Approach under which villages are identified and assigned to bank branches based on their proximity and contiguity. Sub Service Area of cluster of more than wherein up to 1000 to 1500 households are brought under such cluster for providing banking services.

      • Q. What would be the features of accounts opened?
        • Ans: Saving bank accounts with zero balance would be opened and AMT/Debit (RuPay) card would be issued to the account holder.

      • Q. What are the requirements for providing Basic Banking Accounts at house hold level?
        • Ans: For every uncovered household, It is required to open one accounts in every household fulfilling the basic KYC requirements.

      • Q. Is there any Overdraft facility on these accounts?
        • Ans: Yes, An overdraft facility of upto Rs. 5000.00/�? would be provided gradually starting from 1000.00/�? to the customers (preferably to lady member) after six months of satisfactory performance in the account.

      • Q. Is there any guarantee provided against defaults in over drafts?
        • Ans: It is proposed to create a credit guarantee fund with a corpus of Rs. 1000 crores which would be housed in National Credit Guarantee Corporation (NCGC) to provide guarantee against defaults in over drafts.

      • Q. How would the account opening activity be carried out?
        • Ans: Accounts would be opened for all eligible residents in camp mode. The camp would be organized in co�?ordination with the Government and bank officials and the BC agents and Bank Officials would ensure opening of accounts.

      • Q. Are there are other activities that to be carried out during these camps?
        • Ans: Basic financial literacy highlighting benefits of opening account, availability of available credit facility, operating of ATM card and benefits of repayment of over�?draft on time may be provided during these camps.

      • Q. What is micro insurance policy?
        • Ans: A micro insurance policy promotes insurance coverage among economically vulnerable sections of how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking. It can be general or a life insurance policy with a sum assured of Rs. 50,000 or less.

      • Q. What is NPS�? Swavalamban?
        • Ans: National Pension Scheme – Swavalamban is a co�?contributory pension scheme launched on 26/09/2010 to encourage workers in the unorganized sector to save voluntarily for old age.

      • Q. Who can subscribe to NPS�? Swavalamban? how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking
        • Ans: A citizen of India, who belongs to unorganized sector, can open NPS�?Swavalamban account based on the following conditions: how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking

          -Should be between 18�?60 years of age as on the date of submission of his/her application by Aggregator

          -Should comply with the Know Your Customer (KYC) process carried out by an Aggregator

          -Subscribe should not be covered any other social security schemes like Employees Provident

          -Fund and miscellaneous provision act, The Coal Mines Provident Fund and miscellaneous Provision Act etc.

      • Q. What are the benefits of Swavalamban Scheme?
        • Ans: Under the Swavalamban Scheme, the government would contribute a sum of 1000 per annum in each National Scheme account opened and having a saving of Rs. 1000 to Rs 12000 per annum for a period of 5 years.

      • Q. What is Business Correspondents (BC)?
        • Ans: Business Correspondents are retail agents engaged by banks for providing banking services at locations other than a bank branch/ATM. Basically, BCs enables a bank to expand outreach and offer limited range of banking services at low cost. BCs, are an integral part of a business strategy for achieving greater financial inclusion.

      • Q. What are functions of BC?
        • Ans: BCs are permitted to perform a variety of activities which include identification of borrowers, attend to collection of small value deposit, disbursal of small value credit, recovery of principal / collection of interest sale of micro insurance / mutual fund products/ pension products/ other third party products and receipt and delivery of small value remittances/ other payment instruments, creating awareness about savings and other products education ad advise on managing money and debt counselling etc.

      • Q. What are the products offered through the BC channel?
        • -Small Savings Accounts

          -Fixed Deposit and Recurring Deposit with low minimum deposits

          -Remittance to any customer

          -Micro Credit

          -General Insurance

      • Q. What is the remuneration paid to BC?
      • Q. Where can the customer access his account under the BC model?
        • Ans: Customer can access his account through BC agents or customer service points, USBs, Kiosks, etc. appointed by the BC for servicing the customers.

      • Q. What does a BC function?
        • Ans: The BC used Information and Communication Technology (ICT) based devices such as handheld machines, smart card based devices, mobile phones etc. to pay my bill xfinity mobile out the banking transaction.

      • Q. Whether our money is safe if we deposit with BC?
        • Ans: BC is a mode of providing banking service at doorstep as bank branch is at a distant area. chase line of credit Depositing money with BC is as good as depositing is at a bank branch. The transactions are done through the ICT base devices and accounted I the books of the banks through online mode o real time basis. The customers gets immediate verification of their transactions as cash deposited/ withdrawn by customers through the BC is acknowledged by issue of a receipt on behalf of the bank. Additionally, transactions through BCs are done on the basis of our biometrics or a pin number and thus no one else can do transactions in our account.

      • Q. What is DBT?
        • Ans: DBT�? Direct Benefit Transfer is a scheme under which subsidies are directly transferred to the beneficiary accounts. Aadhar enabled DBT is where subsidies are directly transferred to the Aadhar Linked accounts of the beneficiaries, through Aadhar reference.

      • Q. What is the role of Banks in DBT rollout?
        • Ans: The banks are required to:

          - Assist concerned Government Departments in ensuring every beneficiary has a bank account

          - Issue of ATM debit cards to all beneficiaries

          - Seed Bank accounts with Aadhar number

          - Provide adequate banking infrastructure to enable withdrawal from accounts through various access points viz. Branch, ATM and Business Correspondent Agents

          - Undertake Electronic Fund Transfer to beneficiary accounts based on payment advices received from the concerned Government Departments

          - Coordinate with stakeholders for DBT�?Government Department, UIDAI, NPCI

      • Q. What is EBT?
        • Ans: EBT�? Electronic Benefit Transfer is nothing but a Direct Benefit Transfer scheme of the Government under which accounts are opened for beneficiaries of government schemes like NREGS, SSP as per the data provided by the Government. These customers can receive their benefit payment form the Government in these accounts.

      • Q. What is Aadhaar?
        • Ans: Aadhaar is a twelve unique identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) or National Population Registrar (NPR) to residents of India. (more details at www.uidai.gov.in

      • Q. What is the Aadhaar enabled Bank Account?
        • Ans: A bank account is linked to Aadhaar number of the customer.

      • Q. Can Aadhaar number to be linked to an existing bank account?
        • Ans: Yes, Aadhaar number can be linked to an existing bank account (SB/CA/BSBDA) of the account holder at the base branch after proper verification. For linking, the primary account holder will carry the original Aadhaar letter and submit the following documents at branch:

          Request letter

          Copy of Aadhaar Letter, self�?attested by customer

      • Q. What is Aadhaar payment bridge system (APBS)?
        • Ans: It is a payment system offered by the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI), through which interbank transaction can happen in Aadhaar linked accounts.

      • Q. What is Aadhaar Enable Payment System (AEPS)?
        • Ans: It enables transaction in Aadhaar enables accounts by using biometric authentication system of UIDAI. However, transaction relation to customers having account with the bank ie.�? 'on�?us' transaction can be completed by using bank's own authenticating System.

      • Q. How many accounts can be linked to a Single Aadhaar number?
        • Ans: One aadhaar number can be linked to only one Account.

      • Q. Whether a customer can link his/her Aadhaar number to his/her accounts in more than one how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking account?
        • Ans: Yes, but the Aadhaar number linked to the latest one account will be credited with benefits/subsidy from government. Therefore, it is advisable to link Aadhaar number to only one account in only one bank.

      • Q. What are the benefits linking account with Aadhaar number?
        • Ans: Most of the government subsidies / benefits e.g. MGNREGS, LPG subsidy etc. are directly credited to the beneficiary's account based on his/her Aadhaar number. Though AAadhaar number he can do interoperability transaction that is transaction with other banks. He can also use E�?KYC with Aadhaar number.

      • Q. What is the role of Financial Literacy Centre (FLC)?
        • Ans. The main aim of Financial Literacy Centre (FLC) is to guide people in all aspects of money management and help them to improved financial literacy, have proper control on their finances and proper organize monthly financial commitment, to understand various fact of Finance, help in taking informed decision.

      • Q. What are the credential of such center?
        • Ans: FLC center are established with a view of help all those who are in need to advise on financial management. The service offered at Centre are absolutely at no cost to the client. More importantly confidentiality is ensured. These centers are also managed by experience ex�?bankers on behalf of banks/ Financial institutions.

      • Q. How is counseling available?
        • Ans: The customer need to visit the FLC, fill�?up the form data submit photocopy of required documents as suggested by the Counselor. The counselor will fix mutually convenient date and time for one counseling session. Mostly the advice given instantly.

      • Q. What happen at counseling session?
        • Ans: The counselor will review your financial situation in a non�?judgmental manner and provide possible suggestions/ solutions. He / She will guide you appropriately.

      • Q. What are benefits of the program?
        • Ans: The counseling session will help the customer in understanding and drawing a most appropriate solution to manage finances. In case a debt, the counselor may provide further assistance by contracting the customer's banker to consider the plan and if fits into guidelines set out by the banker it will save you from further action, penal interest etc.

      • Q. What is the cost of program? how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking
        • Ans: It is absolutely FREE.

      • Q. Is counseling confidential?
        • Ans: Absolutely. The counselor will not divulge a client's financial position to anybody.

      • Q. Do FLC provide loans?
        • Ans: No, The center provides only guidance on financial freedom.

      • Q. Do the call center collect repayment of debt and pass it on to my bankers?
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      Axis Bank

      Indian private sector bank

      Axis Bank Logo
      TypePublic

      Traded as

      ISININE238A01034
      IndustryFinancial services
      Founded3 December 1993; 28 years ago (1993-12-03) as UTI Bank
      HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India[1]

      Number of locations

      4594 (2021)

      Key people

      ProductsBanking, commodities, credit cards, equities trading, investment management, mortgage loans, mutual funds, private equity, risk management, wealth management, asset management
      RevenueIncrease₹80,847 crore (US$11 billion)[2] (2021)

      Operating income

      Increase₹26,746 crore (US$3.6 billion)[2] (2021)

      Net income

      Increase₹7,252 crore (US$960 million)[2] (2021)
      Total assetsIncrease₹1,010,325 crore (US$130 billion)[2] (2021)
      Total equityIncrease₹102,980 crore (US$14 billion)[2] (2021)
      Owner

      Number of employees

      78,300[2] (2021)
      Subsidiaries
      • Axis Asset Management Company Ltd.
      • Axis Mutual Fund Trustee Ltd.
      • Axis Capital Ltd.
      • Axis Finance Ltd.
      • Axis Securities Ltd.
      • A.TREDS Ltd.
      • Axis Bank UK Ltd.
      • Axis Trustee Services Ltd.
      • Freecharge
      • Accelyst Solutions Private Ltd.
      • Axis Private Equity Ltd.[3]
      Capital ratio9.35% (December 2019)
      Websitewww.axisbank.com
      Footnotes / references
      [4][5][6]

      Axis Bank Limited, formerly known as UTI Bank (1993–2007), is an Indian banking and financial services company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.[7] It sells financial services to large and mid-size companies, SMEs and retail businesses.[1]

      As of 30 June 2016, 30.81% shares are owned by the promoters and the promoter group (United India Insurance Company Limited, Oriental Insurance Company Limited, National Insurance Company Limited, New India Assurance Company Ltd, GIC, LIC and UTI).[8] The remaining 69.19% shares are owned by mutual funds, FIIs, banks, insurance companies, corporate bodies and individual investors.[9]

      History

      The bank was founded on 3 December 1993 as UTI Bank, opening its tyra banks now office in Ahmedabad and a corporate office in Mumbai.[10] The bank was promoted jointly by the Administrator of the Unit Trust of India (UTI),[11]Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), General Insurance Corporation, National Insurance Company, The New India Assurance Company, The Oriental Insurance Corporation and United India Insurance Company. The first branch was inaugurated on 2 April 1994 in Ahmedabad by Manmohan Singh, then finance minister of How to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking 2001 UTI Bank agreed to merge with Global Trust Bank, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) withheld approval how to update aadhar card in icici bank internet banking the merger did not take place. In 2004, the RBI put Global Trust under moratorium and supervised its merger with Oriental Bank of Commerce. The following year, UTI bank was listed on the London Stock Exchange.[13] In the year 2006, UTI Bank opened its first overseas branch in Singapore. The same year it opened an office in Shanghai, China. In 2007, it opened a branch in the Dubai International Financial Centre and branches in Hong Kong.[14]

      On 30 July 2007, UTI Bank changed its name to Axis Bank.[15]

      In 2009, Shikha Sharma was appointed as the MD and CEO of Axis Bank.[16]

      In 2013, Axis Bank's subsidiary, Axis Bank UK commenced banking operations.[17]

      On 1 January 2019, Amitabh Chaudhry took over as MD and CEO.[18]

      In year 2021,the Bank had reduced its stake in Yes Bank from 2.39 per cent to 1.96 per cent.[19]

      Operations

      Indian Business

      As of 12 August 2016, the bank had a network of 4,096 branches and extension counters and 12,922 ATMs.[20]

      Axis Bank has the largest ATM network among private banks in India.[21][22] It even operates an ATM at one of the world's highest sites at Thegu, Sikkim at a height of 4,023 meters (13,200 ft) above sea level.[23]

      International business

      The bank has nine international offices with branches at Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai (at the DIFC), Shanghai,[24] Colombo and representative offices at Dhaka, Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, which focus on corporate lending, trade finance, syndication, investment banking and liability businesses.[25] In addition to the above, the bank has a presence in UK with its wholly owned subsidiary Axis Bank UK Limited.[26]

      Services

      Retail banking

      The bank offers lending services to individuals and small businesses, along with liability products, card services, Internet banking, automated teller machines (ATM) services, depository, financial advisory services, and Non-resident Indian (NRI) services.[27] Axis bank is a participant in RBI's NEFT enabled participating banks list.[28]

      Corporate banking

      Transaction banking: Axis Bank provides products and services related to transaction banking to customers in areas of current accounts, cash management services, capital market services, trade, foreign exchange and derivatives, cross-border trade and correspondent banking services and tax collections on behalf of the Government and various State Governments in India.[29]

      Investment banking and trustee services: The bank provides investment banking and trusteeship services through its owned subsidiaries. Axis Capital Limited provides investment banking services relating to equity capital markets, institutional stock brokering besides M&A advisory. Axis Trustee Services Limited is engaged in trusteeship activities, acting as a debenture trustee and as a trustee to various securitization trusts.[30]

      International banking

      The bank offers corporate banking, trade finance, treasury and risk management through the branches at Singapore, Hong Kong, DIFC, Shanghai and Colombo, and also retail liability products from its branches at Hong Kong and Pnc earnings call The representative office at Dhaka was inaugurated during the current financial year.[32]

      Listing and shareholding

      Axis Banks's equity shares are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange of India (NSE).[27][33] The company's global depository receipts (GDRs) are listed on the London Stock Exchange.[34] The Bonds issued by the bank under the MTN program are listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.[27]

      Issues and concerns

      Operation Red Spider

      Main article: Operation Red Spider

      An Indian online magazine conducted a sting operation which was publicised along with 2013 videos evidence showing a wide range of violations and money-laundering schemes by top officials at a number of Indian banks, including Axis Bank. Consequently, penalties of ₹50 million (US$660,000) on Axis Bank, ₹45 million (US$600,000) on HDFC Bank, and ₹10 million (US$130,000) on ICICI Bank were imposed by the Reserve Bank of India.[35]

      2016 Demonetisation related money laundering

      Following the 2016 Indian Banknote Demonetisation, a number of Axis Bank employees were arrested for facilitating money laundering activities.[36] Some media outlets highlighted the disproportionate number of cases involving the bank, and claimed that the bank's aggressive performance targets and internal culture fostered such activities and that the blame does not lie solely in the hands of arrested employees.[37]

      Initiatives

      Axis Thought Factory

      An innovation hub located in Bengaluru has an in-house innovation team and an accelerator program.[38] With this launch, Axis Bank became the first Indian bank to introduce a dedicated innovation lab in the country.[39][40][41]

      Asha home loans

      Asha home loans targets first-time home buyers in the lower-income segment.[42][43] The product offers loans from ₹100,000 (US$1,300)–₹1.5 million (US$20,000) in small towns (population less than 1 million) and up to ₹2.8 million (US$37,000) in larger towns (population over 1 million), to customers with family incomes of ₹8,000 (US$110)–₹10,000 (US$130) per month and above.[44]

      eKYC

      eKYC (electronic know your customer)[45] is an online, paperless Aadhaar card-based process for fulfilling KYC requirements to start investing in mutual funds without the submission of any documents. Axis Bank partnered with Visa Inc. to launch the 'eKYC' facility, and was the first organization in India to introduce biometrics-based KYC.[46]

      Subsidiaries

      Axis Capital Ltd.

      Axis Capital Ltd. was incorporated in India as a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank on 6 December 2005 and received its certificate of commencement of business on 2 May 2006. Certain businesses of M/s. Enam Securities Pvt. Ltd. were merged with Axis Capital Ltd. as part of a scheme and the following companies became direct subsidiaries of Axis Capital:[47]

      1. Axis Securities Ltd. (formerly Enam Securities Direct Pvt. Ltd.)
      2. Axis Finance Ltd. (formerly Enam Finance Pvt. Ltd.)
      3. Axis Securities Europe Ltd. (formerly Enam Securities Europe Ltd.)
      4. Enam International Ltd., UAE (voluntarily dissolved with effect from 24 August 2014)

      Axis Securities Ltd., Axis Finance Ltd. and Axis Securities Europe Ltd. later became direct subsidiaries of the bank in line with the RBI directives.[citation needed]

      Axis Securities Ltd.

      Axis Securities Ltd.was incorporated in India on 21 July 2006. The sales and securities business, including the retail broking business of Axis Capital Ltd, was merged with ASL foreclosed homes for sale tulsa 25 May 2013. ASL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank and offers retail asset products, credit cards and retail brokerage services.[48]

      Axis Private Equity Ltd.

      Axis Private Equity Ltd. was incorporated in India as a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank on 3 October 2006 and received its certificate of commencement on 4 December 2006. APE manages investments, venture capital funds and offshore funds.[citation needed]

      Axis Mutual Fund

      Main article: Axis Mutual Fund

      Axis Mutual Fund is a subsidiary of Axis Bank established in 2009 with in headquarters in Mumbai.

      Acquisitions

      Axis Bank acquired Freecharge, a digital marketplace for financial services in 2017 for approximately ₹385 crore.[49]

      Awards

      2010

      2011

      2012

      • Bank of the Year – Money Today FPCIL Awards 2012–13[54]
      • Best Private Sector Bank – CNBC-TV18 India's Best Bank and Financial Institution Awards 2012[55]

      2013

      • Ranked No 1 in the IT Biz Award – large enterprises category by Express IT Awards[56]
      • Joint winner under the ‘Most Innovative Broad Based Product Offering’ category - IBA Innovations Award.[57]

      2014

      • Best Domestic Bank in India- Asiamoney Best Banks 2014[58]
      • Best Bank Award among Large Banks for IT For Business Innovation - IDRBT Banking Technology Excellence Awards 2014[59]
      • Best Bank for Rural Reach in the Private Sector and Best Retail Growth Performance in the Private Sector category – Dun & Bradstreet - Polaris Financial Technology Banking Awards 2014[60]

      2015

      See also

      References

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      3. ^"Axis Bank Annual Report 2018-2019"(PDF).
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      6. ^"Amitabh Chaudhary takes charge". peoplematters. 2 January 2019. Retrieved 2 January 2019.
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      14. ^"India's Axis Bank seeks Gulf expansion with branch in Sharjah". The National. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
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      24. ^"中国银监会关于印度同心银行有限公司上海分行开业的批复". 中国银行业监督管理委员会. 28 August 2013. Archived from the original on 18 May 2015.
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      32. ^"Axis Bank opens its representative office in Dhaka to strengthenits International presence". Sify. Archived from the original on 5 October 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2016.
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      36. ^"Demonetisation: ED arrests 2 bank managers for laundering". Press Trust of India. 5 December 2016. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
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      45. ^"Get eKYC Verified Online By Aadhaar Card in 2 Minutes

        Don't have Aadhaar card? ICICI Bank can help you in getting one; here is how

        Aadhaar card, issued by UIDAI, has become a vital identity. Any individual is allowed to have their own Aadhaar card. Its uniqueness, authentication, financial address and e-KYC, have enabled government to reach out to residents across India and deliver various subsidies, benefits and services.  Also, Aadhaar helps in many services like applying for PAN card, filing for ITR, bank account opening and investments. Now, the private lender ICICI Bank has come up with an helping hand to residents who do not have an Aadhaar card. This is specifically for citizens residing in National Capital Region (NCR). People here without Aadhaar, can apply for new one by just visiting at ICICI Bank’s nearest branches. 

        ICICI Bank via its Twitter account said, “If you reside in the National Capital Region (NCR) and don’t have an Aadhaar Card yet, #ICICIBank is at your service. You can now register for a new Aadhar Card at your nearest #ICICIBank branch. Locate your nearest #ICICIBankAadhaarEnrolment centre on: http://bit.ly/ICICIBankForAadhaar.”

        If you reside in the National Capital Region (NCR) and don’t have an Aadhaar Card yet, #ICICIBank is at your service. You can now register for a new Aadhar Card at your nearest #ICICIBank branch. Locate your nearest #ICICIBankAadhaarEnrolment centre on: https://t.co/ZmD6DlbVhGpic.twitter.com/s78zYxXKQI

        — ICICI Bank (@ICICIBank) May 1, 2019

        Aadhaar enrolment is the first step, for availing your actual 12-digit biometric. It includes visiting Enrolment Centre, filling the enrolment form, getting demographic and biometric data captured, submitting proof of Identity and address documents, before collecting acknowledgement slip containing Enrolment ID. 

        Among common proofs of identity are election photo ID card, PAN card, government ID, Ration card, passport and driving license. While for address election photo ID card, Ration card, passport and driving license are acceptable. 

        According to UIDAI, Even if someone in a family does not have individual valid documents, the resident can still enrol if his/her name exists in family entitlement document. In this case the Head of Family in entitlement document needs to be enrolled first with valid PoI & PoA document. 

        The head of the Family can then introduce other members in the family while they are enrolling. UIDAI accepts many document types as Proof of Relationship. 

        Acting as enrolment centre at ICICI Bank,  fill your personal details within the Enrolment Form. Your photo, finger-prints and iris scan will also be taken as a part of the enrolment. 

        You must review the details you have provided and make corrections during enrolment itself. You will get an acknowledgement slip with an enrolment number and other details captured during enrolment. 

        If there is any correction in the enrolment data can be done within 96 hours of enrolment by visiting the enrolment centre with the acknowledgement slip.

        Источник: https://www.zeebiz.com/india/news-dont-have-aadhaar-card-icici-bank-can-help-you-in-getting-one-here-is-how-97117

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