RBL Bank, once known as Ratnakar Bank Limited, is an Indian private division bank settled in Mumbai and established in 1943. It offers administrations across six verticals: corporate and institutional banking, business banking, branch and business banking, retail resources, improvement banking and budgetary consideration, depository and monetary market activities.
RBL STANDS FOR
There is no full type of RBL. Prior, it represents Ratnakar Bank Limited. It is a planned business bank settled in the Kolhapur locale of Maharashtra, India. It is built up in August 1943, one of the most seasoned private bank in India. Today, it is offering types of assistance to around 3.5 million clients through its organization of 245 branches and 374 ATMs. It offers a wide scope of banking items and administrations under six verticals which are as per the following:
Corporate and Institutional Banking
Branch and Business Banking
Advancement Banking and Financial Inclusion
Depository and Financial Markets Operations
In August 1943, Ratnakar Bank was established as a provincial bank in Maharashtra with two branches in Kolhapur and Sangli. It basically served little and medium endeavors (SMEs) and business traders in the Kolhapur-Sangli belt. It was fused in Kolhapur locale on 14 June 1943 as Ratnakar Bank Limited. In 1959, the bank was arranged as a planned business bank according to the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934. During this decade, it was alluded to as a NH4 Bank. In 1970, it got a financial permit from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
In July 2010, Vishwavir Ahuja became overseeing chief and CEO of the bank. In August 2014 the name of the bank was changed to RBL Bank Limited.
|Headquarters||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Key people||Mr Vishwavir Ahuja|
(MD & CEO)
|Number of employees||5,843 (2019)|