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KUDOS to Bank of India (BOI) for celebrating its 112th Foundation day on 7th September. On September 7, 1906. India was witness to a unique happening – the opening of a bank promoted by Parsis, Hindus, Muslims and Jew, all Indian national – a truly secular bank.

Bank of India’s name is now a household name and synonymous with growth, development and efficiency. Bank has the best of technology and best of capabilities. Bank has travelled a long way gaining strength, braving strong winds of change. Spirit and culture has been a part of the BOI folklore.

BOI has taken a number of initiatives in a host of areas spanning from increasing the Customer base, enlarging the International footprint to delivering on the Social responsibility front for a sustainable growth. Bank is now more alive to customer needs and has been able to gear up further in extending customer-friendly services & innovative tailor made products at the most competitive pricing and is able to satisfy customers needs and demands. To this great institution, Mahatma Gandhi as well as other top political leaders were also connected with the institution as a customer. Bank of India has several firsts to its name and has always been in the forefront for bring about new concepts and changes in the Indian banking scenario.

Recently Bank of India has stated conducting a Star Mahotsav – Ghar Ghar Dastak across its branch network in the country where more thrust is given to contact every customer at their door step either for recovery of bad loans, disbursement of retail loans including housing and vehicle loan, disbursement under MSME and agriculture and promotion of its products, including debit and credit card, POS machine, and internet banking service. BOI is such a bank that builds relationship with their clientele beyond transactions and treat them with emotions and aims at building ‘Relationships beyond banking’.

—Vinod C. Dixit,

B-15 Jyotikalash Society, Jodhpur Tekra, S. M. Road, Ahmedabad.

News Updated at : Thursday, September 7, 2017
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