Andhra Bank IFSC Code
Andhra Bank IFSC code can be used by both the National Electronic Fund Transfer and Real Time Gross Settlement finance transfer systems. Andhra Bank NEFT, RTGS and IMPS codes are provided by RBI. NEFT transactions are settled in batches while RTGS transactions are settled individually. IMPS presents an instant 24X7, electronic fund transfer. IFSC Code is an 11 character code for identifying bank branches participating in online fund transfers. This code is unique for each branch. Please NOTE that not all branches of a bank provide net banking facility.
Where to get IFSC codes?
It is very easy to get IFSC code. You can get it in few clicks on loanbaba.com through its IFSC code locator tool. You will have to select the name of the bank, state and branch; it will give you the IFSC code along with the full address of the branch. You can get the entire list of IFSC code on RBI’s website for each bank. You can also find it on the bank’s website.
About Andhra Bank
This leading bank in the Deccan plateau was founded by renowned freedom fighter and visionary, Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya in 1923 with a paid up capital of INR 1 lakh. Today, this medium sized public sector bank is a leading bank in South India, combing key towns and cities in this region. Listed on both NSE and BSE, Andhra bank offers an array of banking and financial services to millions of customers in India. Together, Andhra bank has more than 2350 branches globally including India served by a strong staff of over 20,000 employees. With its headquarters in Hyderabad, the joint capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the bank also has representative offices in foreign locations, primarily based in UAE and USA. In the consumer banking division, it offers a full range of deposit services that includes Savings & Current Account, Fixed Deposit and Recurring Deposit services for all categories of customers.