Allahabad Bank Branches In Maharashtra - IFSC, MICR Codes, Phone

IFSC Codes for Allahabad Bank In Maharashtra

119 branches found.Showing 1 - 15
Allahabad Bank - Jakhangaon Branch
Address: P.o.jakhangaon, Hingangaon, Tal - Nagar, Dist- Ahmednagar. Pin - 414103
City: Jakhangaon
District: Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210816
Allahabad Bank - Ahmadnagar Branch
Address: 9, Kings Rd., Zandigate, Ahmenagar, Maharashtra. Pin- 414001.
City: Ahmadnagar
District: Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210920
Allahabad Bank - Kankapur Branch
Address: Vill. Kankapur, P. O. Kanoli, Tal-sangamner Dist-ahmednagar Pin-422605
City: Kankapur
District: Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0211116
Allahabad Bank - Akola Branch
Address: Chamber Of Farmers, Old Cotton Market
City: Akola
District: Akola, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210195
Allahabad Bank - Mozri Branch
Address: Vill & Po Mozri, Taluk Tiosa, , Amaravati, , Maharashtra
City: Mozri
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210755
Allahabad Bank - Amravati Branch
Address: Giriraj Complex Near Shakar Bhuvan Morshi Rd. Amravati Maharashtra 444601
City: Amravati
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210796
Allahabad Bank - Wadhona Ramnath Branch
Address: Vill & Po-wadhona Ramnath, Amravati, 444701, Maharashtra
City: Wadona Ramnath
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210993
Allahabad Bank - Jarida Branch
Address: Vil & Po-churni, Taluk Chikaldara, Amravati, 444807, Maharashtra
City: Jarida
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0211126
Allahabad Bank - Pimpri Nipani Branch
Address: Vill-papal, Near Dr. Punjab Rao Deshmukh Smarak, Taluk Nandgaon (khandeshwar), Amravati, 444701, Maharashtra
City: Pimpri(nipani)
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0211379
Allahabad Bank - Tembrusonda Branch
Address: Vill & Po Tembrusonda, , Taluka-chikhaldara, Amravati, 444717, Maharashtra
City: Tempru Sonda
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0211380
Allahabad Bank - Amravati Camp Branch
Address: Near Govt. Girls High School
City: Amravati
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0212144
Allahabad Bank - Amravati(rati Nagar) Branch
Address: Amravati,maharashtra
City: Amravati
District: Amravati, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0212390
Allahabad Bank - Bhandara Branch
Address: Bhandara
City: Bhandara
District: Bhandara, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210797
Allahabad Bank - Palora Branch
Address: Dr. B.j.shende Building, Vill & Po-palora (jambhora), Taluka Mohadi,, Bhandara, 441905, Maharashtra
City: Palore
District: Bhandara, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210960
Allahabad Bank - Bhuyar Branch
Address: Vill.& Po Bhuyar , Block Pauni, Bhandara,441910, Maharashtra
City: Bhuyar
District: Bhandara, Maharashtra
IFSC Code: ALLA0210972
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Key Stats: Allahabad Bank
Key Details:
Employees: 22557
No. of Offices: 2794
Bank Type: Public Sector Bank
Website: http://www.allahabadbank.com/
Customer Care: 1800 220 363

Financial Details:
Business per Employee : 137.30
Net Income Margin (NIM) : 2.51
Cost of Funds (COF) : 6.83
Return on Equity : 10.84
Return on Assets : 0.64
Capital Adequacy : 11.03
Non Performing assets ratio : 3.19
IFSC Codes for NEFT
IFSC Codes are used for initiating money transfer through NEFT or RTGS. This code uniquely identifies the bank branch where the receiver of the funds has his/her account. IFSC code is a 11 character alpha-numeric code assigned to each bank branch by RBI in India.

NEFT Online Transfer:
NEFT is the most cost effective and secure way of account to account money transfer in India. It usually takes around 1-4hrs to receive the money using NEFT.

NEFT Timings:
Monday-Friday:8am to 7pm
Saturday:8am to 1pm
Sunday:Closed
Note: Any transfer made outside the time limit will be initiated on the next working day.

NEFT Fees:
Up to Rs.10,000Rs.2.50 + Service Tax
Rs.10,000 to Rs.1 LakhRs.5.00 + Service Tax
Rs.1 Lakh to Rs.2 LakhRs.15.00 + Service Tax
Rs. 2 Lakh OnwardsRs.25.00 + Service Tax
Note: This is the maximum fees which a bank can charge. Actual charges can be lower.

Find IFSC Codes:
IFSC code for a bank branch can be located on the cheque book or the pass book issued by the branch. You may also search our website to find the ifsc code for branches of all banks in India.

IFSC Code: Indian Financial System Code or IFSC is a 11 character code used in India for domestic inter-bank money transfer. This alpha numeric code uniquely identifies the bank branch participating in NEFT and RTGS payment systems. Most financial institution use the NEFT system as it is managed and promoted by Reserve Bank of India (RBI - India's Central Bank). The first 4 characters of IFSC Code represent the bank, and the last 6 numbers represent the branch of that bank. The 5th character is 0 (zero) and is reserved for future use. To initiate money transfer, you need to provide the IFSC code of the receiver's bank branch. This code is used by the NEFT system to identify the destination bank branch and also to route the messages appropriately to the concerned banks and branches.

NEFT Transfers: National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) is India's electronic payment system facilitating one-to-one funds transfer. Individuals, firms and corporates can electronically transfer funds from any bank branch to any individual, firm or corporate having an account with any other bank branch in the country. There is no limit – either minimum or maximum – on the amount of funds that could be transferred using NEFT. NEFT fund transfer system is the most secure and cost effective way to transfer money in India with no fees for receiver and very low fee for the sender (it is among the lowest for domestic interbank transfer across the world). Apart from that, it is also very fast with funds crediting in the receiver's account in around 1-4hrs after initiating the transfer.

RTGS Transfers: RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) system is a real-time inter-bank money transfer method for transferring money within India. RTGS is primarily meant for large value transactions and the minimum amount to be remitted through RTGS is Rs. 2 lakh. There is no upper ceiling for RTGS transactions. For this reason, it is usually used by corporates who need to transfer large sums of money in real time to meet various payment needs. RTGS is also most cost effective and secure way to transfer the money instantaneously to the receiver's bank account.