State wise list of Calyon Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
|MICR Code||MICR not provided.|
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The IFSC, abbreviation for the Indian Financial System Code is a unique alphanumeric character code that is allotted to all Indian bank branches belonging to the NEFT system. The entire process is closely monitored and regulated by RBI. Account holders of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank have the liberty and convenience of transferring money to any other account electronically (NEFT and RTGS methods).
Now knowing the IFSC Code (and sometimes MICR Code) of the beneficiary’s branch is essential to do any kind of cash transfer. The IFSC code for Credit Agricole CIB is CRLY0******, in which the first 4 digits represent the bank and the last 6 digits represent the branch. The 5th digit of the code is 0 by default.
These days it is not find to find an IFSC Code of any Indian bank branch. This little info can be found on your cheque book leaves or passbook. You have the option of enquiring personally at the branch via phone or directly. Not to mention countless RBI and Credit Agricole CIB official online portals. You can also find information such as these from numerous third party websites like BankBazaar out there.
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Technology is advancing faster than blinking. We seemed to have progressed to cutting-edge digital banking and wireless money transfers via centralized modes, NEFT and RTGS in no time at all. Let us check out the methodologies and how these methods have changed the way we view banking today.
NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) at Credit Agricole CIB:
The NEFT is a simple and quick way to send money to any NEFT enabled branch across the country using a safe and secure platform. The service is available during banking hours, with requests being settled hourly. NEFT transactions do not have a minimum or maximum limit per transaction, and there is no cap on the number of transactions that can be made in a day. This service comes with no lower limit on amount to be transacted and is available only on stipulated bank hours.
RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) at Credit Agricole CIB:
For those seeking a quicker mode of cash transaction can opt for RTGS. As the faster of the two payment modes, it is totally secure and is utmost suitable if you are planning to send more than INR 2 lacs to your recipient’s account. Cash transfer requests are settled instantaneously as long as the request is made during the allowed hours. There is no limit on the amount.
Credit Agricole CIB, the Corporate and Investment Bank (formerly Calyon) has established itself in India over 35 years ago in 1981. During this time, it has managed to garner quite a repute for itself and boasts of branches in almost every metro city here. Offering a diverse range of banking and financial products and services, with precise customization to the requirements of Indian firms and international organizations alike, Agricole is one of the top overseas lenders in the country.
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