For the convenience of customers, J&K Bank relocated its Mahim Business Unit to Geetanjali Building, Lady Jamshedji Road, Mahim (West). Revisiting its existing footprints in Mumbai (the financial capital of the country), the bank also shifted its Regional Collection Center (RCC) to a new premises at Bandra.
Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Maharashtra, Sada Sarvankar inaugurated the Mahim branch at its new location in presence of J&K Bank Executive President Surjeet Singh Sehgal. Besides, Executive President S S Sehgal inaugurated the new premises of the RCC on 7thFloor, National Business Centre, BKC, Bandra in presence of Zonal Head Mumbai Arun Gandotra, Vice Presidents Ashutosh Sareen and Rakesh Koul. Valuable clients, corporates and representatives from cross-section of the society were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, MLA Sada Sarvankar said, “I am delighted to inaugurate the new branch premises of Mahim branch of the bank. I hope the bank would extend its services to the people in a most convenient way through its state-of-the-art delivery system.”
He complemented the bank management for taking steps in serving the people of Maharashtra through its chain of branches in the state, particularly in Mumbai.
Speaking on the occasion, Executive President S. S. Sehgal said “We are delighted to announce the opening of Mahim branch, the branch will offer world-class banking services to its customers ranging from basic services such as Savings Account, Fixed Deposits, Current Account, Insurance, Auto loan, Commercial Vehicles loan to sophisticated direct access banking channels such as ATM, Phone Banking, Net Banking, Digital Banking besides International Credit and Debit Cards.”
Sehgal also apprised the audience about the vision of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Parvez Ahmed which envisages the institution to be the bank of choice for millions of people in the country.
He thanked all the dignitaries, customers and other participants for their support and continued faith in the bank, which he described as an invaluable asset for the bank.