List of All Banks in India (Updated)

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central bank of India controlling the issuance and supply of the Indian rupee. RBI is the regulator of all Banking in India. RBI plays an important role in the development strategy of the Indian government. In this post, you will get all links and information about Banks in India.

RBI regulates non-bank commercial banks and finance companies operating in India. It acts as the leader of the banking system and the money market. It regulates the money supply and credit in the country. RBI carries out India’s monetary policy and exercises supervision and control over banks and non-bank finance companies in India. The RBI was established in 1935 under the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.

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All Lists of Banks in India

Banks in India

At a glance Rese Bank of India information

Reserves : ₹3,830,997 crore (US$540 billion)
Bank rate: 4.00%
Headquarters: Mumbai, India
Ownership: 100% state ownership
Governor: Shaktikanta Das
Established 1 April 1935
Currency Indian rupee ( ₹ )
Website rbi.org.in

Banks in India are categorized into four categories 

  1. Commercial Banks
  2. Small Finance Banks
  3. Payments Banks
  4. Co-operative Banks

Commercial Bank are classified into four categories:

  • Public Sector
  • Private Sector
  • Regional Rural Sector
  • Foreign Bank

Public Sector Banks in India

Bank Name

Branches

Headquarters

9,481

Vadodara

5000

Mumbai

10342

Bengaluru

6104

Chennai

11437

New Delhi

4000

Kolkata

Private Sector Banks in India

Banks Name

Branches

4,800

4,787

Small Finance Banks

Foreign Banks are Operating branches in India

These are the best and selected banks in Sweden. You can visit the site to gather more information. All links and official information are included herewith.

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