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  2. Axis Bank - Wikipedia

    Capital ratio. 9.35% (December 2019) Website. www .axisbank .com. Footnotes / references. [4] [5] [6] Axis Bank Limited, formerly known as UTI Bank (1993–2007), is an Indian banking and financial services company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. [7] It sells financial services to large and mid-size companies, SMEs and retail businesses.

  3. 2016 Indian Banks data breach - Wikipedia

    2016 Indian Banks data breach was reported in October 2016. It was estimated 3.2 million debit cards were compromised. Major Indian banks, among them SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI, YES Bank and Axis Bank, were among the worst hit. [1] The breach went undetected for months and was first detected after several banks reported fraudulent use of their ...

  4. Banks ATM Network and Customer Services - Wikipedia

    Banks ATM Network and Customer Services ( BANCS) is an interbank network in India. It was launched on 25 February 2004, with 13 member banks. It is managed by an advisory board consisting of member banks. [1] It is successor to the now-defunct Swadhan ATM network. [2] After the cyber attack by Wannacry several ATM were shut down in Kerala in ...

  5. The Asiatic Bank - Wikipedia

    The Asiatic Bank was the third oldest bank founded in the Madras Presidency after The Madras Bank (1683), the Carnatic Bank (1788) and The British Bank of Madras (1795) served many cities in South India. The bank was founded and largely managed by European traders. They worked closely with the English East India Company.

  6. Debit card - Wikipedia

    There are currently three ways that debit card transactions are processed: EFTPOS (also known as online debit or PIN debit ), offline debit (also known as signature debit ), and the Electronic Purse Card System. One physical card can include the functions of all three types, so that it can be used in a number of different circumstances.

  7. Online banking - Wikipedia

    Online banking, also known as internet banking, web banking or home banking, is an electronic payment system that enables customers of a bank or other financial institution to conduct a range of financial transactions through the financial institution's website.

  8. Payments bank - Wikipedia

    Payments banks are new model of banks, conceptualised by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which cannot issue credit. These banks can accept a restricted deposit, which is currently limited to ₹ 200,000 per customer and may be increased further. [1] [2] These banks cannot issue loans and credit cards.