State Bank of India Customer Care
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Need to open zero balance savings account for your child, and therefore need to the process, eligibility criteria and also the various documents required as well? Planning to close your savings account and therefore want the Customer Care to guide you through the whole process? Want to know more about the ways of getting loans for your small retail business, and thus need to check on your credit score as well? Wish to know about the various interest rates on securities, bonds and also fixed deposits as well? Don’t fret. State Bank of India Customer Care will make sure that its experienced team will handle all your questions, be it regarding the opening of bank accounts, or getting business loans. The Customer Care will also aid you in closing down your bank account and letting you know of the various interest rates too.
How to Talk to an SBI Customer Center Care Executive?
- First of all, you can get in touch with the Customer Care Executive by giving a phone call at the following phone numbers:
- 1800 11 2211 (Toll-Free)
- 1800 425 3800 (Toll-Free)
- 080 26599990
The State Bank of India is a Government of India undertaking, Indian public limited bank. The headquarters of the bank is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. The bank provides various kinds of banking and financial services to its customers and also the corporate world. It provides services like corporate banking, consumer banking, asset management, mortgage loans, investment banking, securities, and a lot more other services. As of the year 2017, the revenue generated by the bank is about $29 billion, and also the net income of the bank is $1.5 billion. There are more than 278,800 employees currently working at the organization, as of the year 2017.
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State Bank of India was first founded in the year 1806, under the name of Bank of Calcutta. During that time, the Bank of Madras was merged with Bank of Bombay and Bank of Calcutta. And therefore, the Imperial Bank was formed with the three banks. The Imperial Bank of India then developed into State Bank of India, in the year 1955. The Government of India, along with Reserve Bank of India, holds about 60 percent stake in State Bank of India. In the year 2008, the stake of Reserve Bank of India was taken over by the Government of India.