State wise list of Bank Of Tokyo Mitsubishi Ufj IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
|MICR Code||MICR not provided.|
|Bank||BANK OF TOKYO MITSUBISHI UFJ|
or Choose State from list below
Banking in the olden days has changed significantly owing to the Internet and Electronic Fund Transfer in the banking industry. Settling payments has been made easier with this innovation of online fund transfer. The process of an online transaction lasts from a few minutes or hours, provided you have all the mandatory information prior to making a transaction. You no longer have to wait for your demand draft to reach the designated recipient, sometimes extending up to a week.
The Reserve Bank of India introduced money transfer facilities such as National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) and Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) which was also adopted by the Indian counterpart of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. Using these mechanisms of online fund transfer, customers of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in India can transfer funds from their account to another, anywhere within the country. The recipient account may not necessarily belong to the same bank or even branch as the sender’s.
IFSC code or the Indian Financial System Code is a distinct code that each and every bank, participating in the NEFT/RTGS network, has. It contains 11 characters, both alphabetic and numeric. Designated by RBI, the code is used for the identification purposes of the bank as well as the branch of the remitter as well as the beneficiary. The name of the bank is denoted by the first 4 characters of the code and the branch of the code is identified by the last 6 characters of the code. As a control element, the 5th character is left as zero.
For instance, if you were searching for the IFSC code of the Bangalore branch of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in Karnataka, you will get the result as BOTM0BL3626. Here, BOTM is code for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and BL3626 is code for Bangalore branch. The 5th character as mentioned is zero.
IFSC and MICR codes of all NEFT/RTGS enables banks are available online as well as offline. Usually, you can find the IFSC code of the particular branch you are looking for, printed on the cheque book of the respective branch. There are other ways such as calling or personally visiting the bank to enquire for the IFSC and MICR codes.
Online, there are faster and more efficient ways to locate IFSC and MICR codes of your bank branch. If you have a system or a smart phone, you can just use the internet to find out any particular branch’s IFSC or MICR codes.
RBI’s Website: RBI’s homepage has an all-inclusive list of banks that area a part of the electronic fund transfer network. When you visit the website, you can see a tab named ‘IFSC/MICR Codes’. This tab takes you to another window where you are asked to fill the bank’s name as well as the branch’s name. Once both the fields are entered, the branch name is displayed as an option. Once selected, it displays its IFSC code, MICR code and its address.
Third-party Websites: You can get a lot of information on banks under RBI from other external websites. Obtaining this information from these third-party websites, does not require you to register or pay. BankBazaar is one such example where you will be able to locate the IFSC and MICR codes of any branch you wish for. The tab ‘Bank IFSC Code’ located on the left bottom of the homepage of BankBazaar should be selected. The selection leads you to another window which prompts you to enter bank name, state, district and branch name. On entering all these fields, there is an instant display of the branch name with its other details like IFSC code, MICR code, address and phone number.
Customers of the India branch of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ can avail NEFT and RTGS modes of money transfer for settling their payments. Electronic fund transfer can be used to transfer money to individuals as well as organizations. As both these channels are maintained by the RBI, they are safe, efficient and secure.
NEFT at BTMU:
BTMU customers can use NEFT to transfer funds to accounts that belong to banks that are NEFT enabled as well. Charges levied for outward remittance is relatively lower in this mode and hence it is considered economical. There is no charge for inward remittance using NEFT. RBI uses the Deferred Net Settlement (DNS) basis to clear the NEFT transactions at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. The transactions are cleared in an hourly basis by the RBI at set intervals of time.
|Transaction Amount||Charge Per Transaction|
|Up to Rs.10,000||Rs.2.50 plus tax|
|Rs.10,001 to Rs.1 lakh||Rs.5 plus tax|
|Rs.1 lakh to Rs.2 lakh||Rs.15 plus tax|
|Above Rs.2 lakh||Rs.25 plus tax|
RTGS at BTMU:
Real Time Gross Settlement, also referred to as RTGS transactions are the fastest mode of online electronic fund transfer. As these transactions are processed as soon as the banks receive transfer instruction, thereby reducing the waiting period, they are considered to be ‘real-time’ transactions. The RTGS transfers are not cleared in batches, hence this settlement mode is called the ‘gross’ settlement mode. Customers at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ can choose RTGS for high value money settlements.
At BTMU, you will have to pay for every RTGS outward remittance you make. The charges are as follows:
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ was established in the year 1919 with its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. In 2006, two giants of the banking sector of Japan, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd. and UFJ Bank Ltd. came together, making it the largest bank in Japan. Spread across the world with a number of branches, it has also set foot in India in five different cities namely, Bangalore, New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Alwar. With their extraordinary financial products and services, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ has grown in popularity across the globe.