Karnataka Bank opens 15 new branches, revamps its corporate website on its centenary year

Media Release

Mangaluru, Feb 29: Private sector lender Karnataka Bank had recently celebrated its 100th Founders’ Day on February 18. As part of the commemorative celebrations of this milestone achievement, the Bank has opened 15 new branches across the country. The bank has also launched its revamped corporate website on this occasion as part of centenary celebrations.
The 15 new branches opened are spread across different parts of the country at the following locations namely Kalyan East, Talegaon-Dabhade (branches in Maharashtra State), Faridabad-NIT (Haryana State), Visakhapatnam-PM Palem (Andhra Pradesh State), Hanamkonda (Telangana State), Thathaguni, Kalaburagi-Airport Road, Vemagal, Pandavapura, Akkialur, Ramanakoppa, Konandur, Gondichatanahalli, Muchur and Sarve (branches in Karnataka State).

Srikrishnan H, managing director & CEO, Karnataka Bank, said, “During the momentous occasion of our centenary celebrations, we are pleased to announce launch of a digital platform that is performance-driven, simple and engaging. This is the beginning of our “Open Banking” initiatives inviting collaborations and enhancing coverage through cutting-edge technology driven products. Our opening of 15 new branches balances out digital and physical expansion strategy and will facilitate organic growth.”

Sekhar Rao, executive director of Karnataka Bank, expressed, "The introduction of our new website marks a significant stride in elevating our customer experience. This platform is crafted to be dynamic and forward-looking, aligned to today’s customer needs. The opening of the new 15 branches and launch of revamped corporate website is in line with this new vision and resolve of Karnataka Bank.”




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