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State wise list of Credit Suisse Ag IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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IFSC Code or the Indian Financial System Code is a unique alphanumeric code allocated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to each bank or financial institution in India. These are used to centralize payments between people and without IFSC you cannot transfer money.
Given below is an example of a Credit Suisse Bank IFSC code:
The Credit Suisse Bank IFSC code for the Ceejay Branch in Mumbai is ‘CRES0000001’. The first characters ‘CRES’ stand for the name of the bank, the fifth character is always ‘0’ for future use and the final characters ‘000001’ denote the correct branch address.
Moneys may be moved between many lenders and their respective branches from home or office via internet banking. So as to send money safely via NEFT or RTGS (the RBI-approved channels) using IFSC Codes. The recipient’s bank name, account number and IFSC code are important.
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Credit Suisse Bank offers its vast clienteles facilities to send or shift money, through NEFT or RTGS, to and from any account in India. The info are furnished below:
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) at Credit Suisse:
The best part about NEFT is that there is no lower limit to transact money via NEFT system. It is a perfectly safe medium where the payee gets the cash in no more than three hours. NEFT service during the regular banking hours and are settled in batches, based on when the transactions are made.
Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) at Credit Suisse:
RTGS is the other third party cash transfer service enabled by the Credit Suisse bank, when the sum cannot be send via NEFT. This happens when the amount to be sent is more than INR 2 lacs. RTGS transactions are taken care of instantaneously within the chosen office hours of both the sender bank branch and the recipient bank branch individually. For an RTGS transaction the recipient sum must be more than INR 2 lacs.
Credit Suisse Group is a premier financial products and services firm, recommending suitable products to their customers in every aspect of banking across the world 24/7. Based in Switzerland, this international organization functions the Credit Suisse Bank and other investment options. They take pride in maintaining a composed approach to figure out the money management prospective in evolving markets.