State wise list of Chinatrust Commercial Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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CTBC Bank is part of the Indian NEFT network and if you want to transfer or shift to and from your CTBC account to another, you need to know the relevant IFSC Code. It is a unique identification branch code allotted to every branch by RBI. For instance, the IFSC Code of CTBC branch in New Delhi is CTBC0000001. 110036251 is the MICR Code. You can also figure out the area of branch and physical address of the bank this way.
You can access IFSC Code and MICR Code online and offline, explained as follows.
CTBC’s IFSC and MICR codes from BankBazaar:
Internet Banking opens a plethora of avenues to the customers when it comes to everyday banking. Sending money to any account in the country has never been this easy or fast. As of now, NEFT and RTGS payment modes remains the most trusted among people as it is regulated by none other than the Reserve Bank of India.
NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) at CTBC Bank:
NEFT is your best bet if you want to transfer an amount less than INR 2 lacs to any CTBC Bank. It is totally safe and the recipient will get the money in a few hours. Please make sure that you stick to the timelines for NEFT set by the bank, else the payment could be delayed until the next schedule (which could be the next day).
RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) at CTBC Bank:
RTGS nothing but the means to (real-time) settle money transfer on an individual basis. Following an order by order basis, it is the quickest wireless cash transfer method in our country, regulated directly by RBI. Please enter the details carefully as the payments made this way cannot be reversed.
Information Required for Funds Transfer using any Payment Mode:
While making a NEFT or RTGS transaction with CTBC Bank, customers need to provide the info given below:
CTBC Bank headquartered in Taiwan enjoys the stature of being the biggest private sector lender there. It is managed by the Koo Chen-fu clan. It was incepted in 1966 and went by the moniker China Securities and Investment Corporation. In 1971, it became the China Trust Investment Company Limited and later ChinaTrust Commercial Bank. Their major areas of expertise entail saving deposits, mortgages, securities, foreign exchange, offshore banking units (OBU), trusts, credit cards, cash cards, equity bonds, proprietary finances and electronic banking among others.