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Thursday, May 17, 2012

List of Foreign Banks in India


In one of our previous posts List of Banks in India we had taken a look at all the Banks that operate in India and are registered with RBI to provide Banking Services to the Citizens of India. As you might be aware, banks can be classified into 3 categories: Public Sector Banks, Private Sector Banks and Foreign Banks. The purpose of this article is to list down the Foreign Banks in India. Foreign Banks are those that are owned by people/company's that are based outside of India. Essentially these too will be considered as Private Sector Banks, but since they are based outside of India, it is best if we classify them as a seperate category...

1. ABN AMRO
2. Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
3. Antwerp Diamond Bank
4. Bank International Indonesia
5. Bank of America
6. Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
7. Bank of Ceylon
8. Bank of Nova Scotia
9. Barclays Bank
10. Citibank India
11. Credit Suisse
12. Deutsche Bank
13. HSBC
14. Royal Bank of Scotland
15. Standard Chartered
16. The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

A Very Important point to note here is that, some of these foreign owned banks offer regular banking services only to the Rich & Famous also known as the "High Net Worth" population.


List of Public Sector Banks in India
List of Private Sector Banks in India

2 comments:

  1. what about Glodman Sachs and UBS ? are they Foreign Banks in India ?

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    1. They are foreign banks but they still dont operate inside India. So, they are not in this list.

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