State wise list of Commonwealth Bank Of Australia IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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Founded over a hundred years ago, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is a top notch Australian lender, which got completely privatized only two decades back. Its main office in India is in Maharashtra. CBA has always believed in moving with the time and it wasn’t slow to warm up to the concept of electronic banking. Let us check out how to search for MICR and IFSC Code of any CBA branch in India.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia like any certified bank in India offers electronic money transactions from one Indian bank account to another. Not only does the beneficiary receives the funds almost instantly, but it is absolutely safe as well. Reserve Bank of India has centralized the whole procedure with two key modes of cash transfer. One is National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) and the other is Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS). For instance, if you want to know the IFSC Code of CBA Mumbai branch, a Google search or an enquiry via phone or email will solve your problem. The IFSC Code is CTBA0000001. And the MICR Code for the branch is 400240268.
Both NEFT and RTGS transaction modes necessitate a unique alpha-numeric code allotted by RBI to each bank branches, popularly called as IFSC, which is the abbreviation for Indian Financial System Code. It is mandatory to specify the IFSC Code in the given column when you transfer money using the aforementioned modes. No sweat. CBA’s IFSC and MICR codes may be easily obtained online as well as online.
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How to find CBA’s IFSC and MICR codes from BankBazaar:
Net Banking provides customers the facility to monitor your savings account as well as transact cash from the comfort of your room. With NEFT and RTGS payment modes, any CBA account holder shall send money to any recipient account (individual, joint or that of an enterprise) in any part of the country.
NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer):
A country-wide payment mode enabling money transfer from one account to another, National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) can be made use of for prompt and urgent transaction. Transaction limit followed by the bank for NEFT is any amount between INR 1 and INR 10 lacs.
RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement):
'RTGS' can be generally defined as the incessant (real-time) settlement of monies exclusively. It follows an order by order basis (with no netting). Instructions are basically processed at the time, which is the 'Real Time', rather than later. 'Gross Settlement' part means that the settling of the instructions to transfer money takes place individually, in the books of RBI. Needless to say, the disbursements made this way are absolute and irreversible.
Information Required for Funds Transfer using any Payment Mode:
While making a NEFT or RTGS transaction with Commonwealth Bank of Australia, customers need to provide the below information:
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is a transnational bank based in, yes you guessed right, Australia. With a strong presence in New Zealand, United States, Fiji, UK and Asia, it is popularly known as the Commonwealth Bank. Offering a host of banking products and services like marketing, business and established banking, finance management, retirement schemes, insurance policies among others, it has the repute of being the top-ranked registered company on the Australian Securities Exchange in 2015. It also has the distinction of being the largest lender in the whole of Southern Hemisphere.