South Indian Bank Customer Care

South Indian Bank Customer care number                    

Contact Number (Not Toll Free)

Waiting Time

  •    2-3 minutes

Hours of Operation

  • 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Customer Service Number (Others)

  • +91-487-2420058

Planning to open a new savings account for yourself, and thus want to know about the interest rate? Need to open a Demat account for buying and trading stocks and shares? Want to apply for a new credit card for EMI facilities, and therefore need to know the eligibility criteria? Wish to apply for a monthly or a yearly bank statement, and thus require the help of the Customer Care? No worries. South Indian Bank Customer Care will help you get all the answers to your above questions, and will also assist your further during any procedural difficulties as well.

About South Indian Bank

​South Indian Bank Limited is an Indian bank which has its headquarters established in Kerala, India. The bank is one of the major private banks in India. The bank has about more than 852 branches and also 1334 ATMs spread around the country, in 27 states and three union territories. The organisation provides various types of banking services, including consumer banking, investment banking, private banking, loans, etcetera. As of the year 2017, the revenue generated by the bank is about $910 million. Also, there are more than 7,600 employees currently working at the organisation, as of the year 2017.

South Indian Bank Head Office

  • Address: T.B Road, Mission Quarters, Thrissur 680 001,Kerala, India
  • Phone No: +91-487-2420020
  • Founder:  
  • Established in: 1929
  • Key People: Salim Gangadharan (Chairman)
    V.G. Mathew (MD & CEO)

South Indian Bank History

​The South Indian Bank Limited was registered as a private sector bank in the year 1913 and started its operations in the year 1929. At that time, the number of members was only 44, and the company started with a paid-up capital of 22,000 INR. After opening its doors to its customers, the bank has grown steadily. Slowly and slowly, new branches began to open, and therefore the overall reach spread to many states around the country. In the year 1946, the bank became a scheduled bank and was the first to be one within the private sector in Kerala, India.

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