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Axis Bank IFSC Code

Axis Bank IFSC Code

All branches of Axis Bank has their own unique IFSC (Indian Financial System Code). This code is required by individuals to perform any kind of online transaction through NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, and internet banking. The code is set by country’s premier bank namely ‘Reserve Bank of India’ to every bank that operates in the country.

There is no denying the fact that online cash transaction has been a blessing to the world of banking as it facilitates clients to wire money and make disbursements electronically. Making payments electronically using facilities like NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer), RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement), and Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) has made life easier for all.

These payment systems have been introduced by the RBI. To ensure that the process involved in transferring money from one account to another is a smooth process, the bank has issued the unique 11-digit code to all bank branches that participates in the NEFT network. The code which can be divided into three parts helps in identifying the source bank as well as the destination bank. The first four characters which forms the first part of the the code represent the name of the bank, the second part consisting of the fifth character ‘0’ is for future reference, while the third part consisting of the last six characters of the code denotes the Axis Bank branch code.

Here, we have compiled a list of a couple of branches of Axis bank that functions in Bangalore (Urban):

IFSC Code Open Hours (Monday to Saturday) Mode of payment Remittance Services Bank Details
UTIB0002927 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Cash, Cheque, Demand Draft and Net Banking NEFT Axis Bank Indiranagar UTIB0002927
UTIB0001615 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Cash, Cheque, Demand Draft and Net Banking NEFT Axis Bank BTM Layout UTIB0001615


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How to Search for Axis Bank IFSC Codes and MICR Codes?

Axis Bank IFSC Codes are printed on cheque leafs issued by the bank to its customers. Customers can also get the IFSC and MICR codes from the official bank website, third-party financial websites or a comparison website for financial products and services.

BankBazaar is one such comparison website that enables individuals to get detailed information related to IFSC and MICR codes for Axis Bank on its web portal. To check the details, the individual needs to visit the main page of BankBazaar and scroll down to the bottom where they can spot the Bank IFSC Code link. Once the link is clicked on, the individual is redirected to a new page where four dropdowns can be accessed. There the individual has to choose the specific bank, state, district and the regional branch to find the IFSC code or MICR Codes.

Axis Bank lets you Transfer Money using Two Procedures – NEFT & RTGS:

National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):

Working based on Deferred Net Settlement, NEFT transactions are handled in batches at explicit times set by Axis Bank. The NEFT fund settlements are done from 9 AM to 7 PM from Monday to Friday and as five batches from 9 AM to 1 PM on Saturdays (except on second Saturdays). Axis Bank does not have any minimum or upper limit for money transactions using NEFT. The cash will be credited to the recipient on the same day or on the next working day.

Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):

Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS) offers real time money transactions to Axis Bank clients. The settlement of cash is usually done by taking one instruction at a time. Yet this is one of the quickest modes of transfers existing today. The least amount that has to be transferred through RTGS is INR 2 lacs. Also, the bank does not inflict any upper limit. Once the funds have been received by the receiver’s bank, the money will be credited to the concerned account within a few hours.

Axis Bank offers two processes through which customers can make interbank fund transfers to any bank account in India. These facilities are available under the Fund Transfer Banking section of the Axis Bank website. Any Axis Bank customer can transact cash to any beneficiary across the country using NEFT and RTGS transfers. All RTGS and NEFT transfers can be done on secure platforms, as per the RBI guidelines.

Money Transfer via Axis Bank:

Now you can transact money between two accounts across multiple banks from the comfort of your home or office. The following modes makes it possible.

  1. Immediate Payment Service (IMPS):

    Immediate Payment Service (IMPS), as the name suggests, is a prompt interbank electronic money transfer means. It can be accessed any time, day or night, from your home, thereby avoiding the hassle of going to bank and standing in long queues. Clienteles can send and receive money via IMPS be making use of their Mobile number submitted at the bank and the unique Mobile Money Identifier (MMID) given by the bank.

    Accordingly IMPS is generally categorized into two:

    • IMPS funds transaction with registered mobile number and MMID
    • IMPS cash transaction with your Account Number & IFSC Code and IMPS Merchant payments (P2M).

    Other ways of handling fund transfers are Internet Banking using the beneficiary’s account number and IFSC code of his/ her bank branch. Apart from instant crediting, it requires little documentation and can be performed from any place with an internet connection.

  2. Instant Money Transfer (IMT):

    Instant Money Transfer is a ground-breaking cash remittance service that lets you transfer funds to a beneficiary only by using his registered mobile phone number. The beneficiary can take out cash from any Axis Bank ATM with or without swiping a credit/ debit card. The receiver get all the info needed for withdrawal on his/ her phone.

    The significance of IMT is manifold as it can be utilized if the receiver prefer to avail cash, requires money urgently or does not even have his/ her own bank account. This method is also useful when you don’t know the other party’s bank account number or if the recipient is not within easy reach.

  3. Power Transfer:

    To send cash, all you need to do is to register your recipient’s account information via Axis Bank Internet Banking. And your work is done. How? Log in to your Axis Bank Net Banking Account. Click on ‘Payments’ and then select ‘Transfer Funds’. You can register the receiver's account number and other info via ‘Add Beneficiary’ option. It will take up to eight hours to activate this. Once it is activated, select the concerned Beneficiary and select ‘Begin Payment’. That’s all there is to it. You also have a 'Pay Standard (NEFT)' option. Do you have numerous accounts linked together? No fuss. Simply pick the specific account and do the same process.

  4. Visa Money Transfer:

    Axis Bank fund transferring service is also endowed with Visa enabled services to suitably settle bills of a Visa Credit Card of any bank. You can also use this to send money to another account by using your Visa Debit Card number.

    The Visa Money Transfer facility shall be retrieved online too. Go to the bank webpage and log in to i-Connect. Using this you can pay bills as well as track the process. Visa Money Transfer is totally dependent on the time taken by the Recipient's bank to carry out the payment. Usually it takes around up to four days to take the payment forward.

Information required for Funds Transfer using any payment mode:

While making a NEFT or RTGS transaction with Axis Bank, customers need to provide the below information:

  • Remittance Amount
  • Axis Bank customer’s account number
  • Beneficiary’s bank name
  • Beneficiary’s name
  • Beneficiary’s Account number
  • Sender to receiver information
  • IFSC code of the beneficiary’s bank branch

Axis Bank, came into effect in 1994 as a UTI Bank. In the span of 22 years of exemplary service in the field of banking, the bank has witnessed a remarkable progression. It is indeed commendable that it has achieved the stature of ‘the country’s third largest private lender’ in terms of assets (following ICICI and HDFC Bank) beating those banks with generations of legacy. Offering a host of financial products, facilities and services like loans, insurances and swift money transfer choices, Axis bank has always emphasized on the importance of customization while adopting a ‘never-fear-to-take-risk’ attitude. If you take a look at their campaigns, they were always empowering and unconventional. As a bank ahead of the current flow, it caters to people from diverse backgrounds and nobody has anything out-of-sync to say about the bank’s service quality and comprehensibility.

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    More than 90 million UPI-based payments were made in the last month of 2017, according to Axis Bank. The total number of transactions stood at 109.

    According Axis Bank is a good increase from 11 million transactions, which were made in the previous quarter. The surge may also be attributed to the launch of Google Tez, for which Axis Bank is one of the partner banks.

    Apart from this, as many as 3,0789 merchants haven now tied up for UPI service.

    31 January 2018

  • Axis Bank Launches International Payment Service

    Axis Bank has now introduced a new real-time, instant international payment solution for retail and corporate customers in India.

    The payment service will make use Ripple’s enterprise blockchain solution to allow retail customers to receive payments from Rakbank at UAE, and allow corporate customers to receive payments from Standard Chartered in Singapore. This payment solution allows faster remittances in a more transparent, safe and secure interface.

    1 December 2017

  • Now, bank on your phone without data

    Axis Bank has come out with an innovative app that will help give customers without data connectivity access to banking services on their basic-model phones.

    This will be made possible through the mobile application ‘Axis OK’, which is compatible with basic-model mobile phones with no internet connection. The app can be used on all model Android phones but there is no need for a data connection.

    This is possible because the user will only be using the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data and an SMS platform,

    Speaking to the media, executive director of Axis Bank Rajiv Anand said that there are many problems in India when it comes to data connectivity. Not everyone can afford it and it can get very patchy in some areas, he added.

    This initiative has been launched to bring banking services to a large customer base of the bank, who do not have access to the internet and smartphones. In other words, this makes banking more easy for around 400 million people in the country.

    19 May 2017

  • Axis Bank in the hunt for partners to start a life insurance wing

    Axis Bank - one of the most popular banks in the country, is looking for a new partner to accompany them in their new life insurance venture.

    The company which was earlier disinterested in the business due to some major growth opportunities in the banking sector, has decided to spread its wings this time.

    Currently, the bank is partnered with Max Life and LIC and it is said that the firm is looking for a third partner. The news was revealed by CEO and MD Shikha Sharma, who however, remained tight lipped about providing a possible time line for the same.

    12 May 2017

  • Axis Bank opens new branch in Nadiad

    Axis Bank, one of India’s premier private sector banks has opened a new branch in Nadiad, Gujarat. The bank has 282 branches across the state. The branch will be used by the bank to leverage digital services through Axis Pay and Axis Mobile Application to its customers. The new branch will allow customers to avail comprehensive banking facilities such as, deposits, loans, savings account, current account and lockers. Axis Bank is also setting up the required infrastructure across the country to carry out cashless transactions.

    15 March 2017

  • Axis Bank Young Bankers Course 2017-18 Announced

    The Axis Bank Young Bankers Scheme is set to return for the tenth time, announced Axis Bank. The program will last for a whole year and is a full time residential course wherein a group of young bankers will be nurtured to gain the requisite skill set and domain expertise in the banking industry. Two training campuses have been chosen to hold the program – Noida’s Amity Global Business School and Bangalore’s Manipal Global Education centre. Interested candidates were expected to register for the course by the 19th of March, 2016.

    Once a candidate has successfully completed the program, he/she shall receive the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Services. Once the training phase is complete, the candidates shall join Axis Bank in the role of Customer Service Officers at the Assistant Manager grade, and their yearly salary will amount to Rs.4.12 lakhs.

    The eligibility criteria laid down by the bank for interested candidates are as follows: They can be graduates from any stream, securing at least 55% in their last year of graduation, or an average of at least 55% in graduation. Interested candidates must be at least 21 years of age and no more than 25 years of age. SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates will not receive any relaxations in qualifications or age. Applicants who have relatives working with Axis Bank do not qualify for the program. Even postgraduates will not be eligible for the program.

    Candidates will be selected based on a two-stage process wherein an online aptitude test will have to be taken by them, after which they will have to sit for an interview. The duration of the online aptitude test is two hours and will contain four modules, namely English, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and Personality.

    08 March 2017

  • Axis Bank ED Expects Lifting of All Cash Withdrawal Limits

    The Executive Director (ED) of Axis Bank said in an interview that he expects that all the limits on cash withdrawal to be lifted by 1st April, 2017. He said that 75% of the ATMs of private banks have started working normally now. According to him, Axis Bank will have 100% ATMs working normally by next month end. The RBI had increased ATM cash withdrawal limit to Rs.10,000 per day and Rs.24,000 per week recently.

    17 January 2017

  • Axis Bank to strengthen its digital platform

    Axis Bank, one of the largest private banks in the country, has decided to strengthen its digital payments platform so as to make it a lot more safer.

    The company began its operation in June last year, wherein it has over a dozen engineers working on cloud, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and mobility softwares so as to make transactions easier for customers.

    Rajiv Anand, Group Executive and Retail Head, Banking, Axis Bank, spoke about this and said that building new technologies will help increase their expertise.

    Reports from inside the banks are stating that the new tools they are working on are likely to disrupt wealth management, credit, deposits, customer service, cyber security, and mobile payments in the country.

    Mr. Anand has also suggested that the company is also working on detecting and solving issues early on to negate any possible delays.

    27 January 2017

  • Axis Bank gives Jammu Airport micro ATM

    In an effort to provide airport employees, CISF, and airline employees with easy access to cash Axis Bank has set up a micro ATM in the Jammu Airport. Individuals will be able to access services from this ATM by providing their Aadhaar card number and fingerprint as identification. The ATM will allow people to perform basic transactions such as, cash withdrawals, cash deposits, fund transfers, utility bill payments. The micro ATM was inaugurated by Javed Anjum, Officiating Director of the Airport Authority of India. Axis Bank is identifying strategic locations to set up ATMs to provide people with easier access to cash and offer better and timelier services to customers.

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