State wise list of Federal Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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With the advent of wireless money transfers, sending cash electronically can be done at the click of a few buttons. Customers can avail of the NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) or the RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) services provided by Federal Bank to send cash through a secure and hassle-free medium. When using either of these services, customers would have to input a unique code, referred to as an IFSC code, of the receiver’s bank for the payment to be processed. A service introduced by the Reserve Bank of India, this code is issued to all banks in the NEFT network. The purpose of the code is to regulate transfer of funds and identify both the source as well as the destination banks in the transactions.
IFSC codes are alphanumeric, which means they consist of both alphabets as well as numbers. They have 11 characters, the first four of which are the bank’s name. The next character is always zero, and it is left for later use. The last six characters denote the specific branch, with these characters being numeric. Each bank branch has its own unique IFSC code. For example, the IFSC code for a Federal Bank branch in Indiranagar in Bangalore city is FDRL0001535. Here, the first four characters ‘FDRL’ represent the name of the bank, the fifth character is zero, while the last six characters ‘001535’ represent the Indiranagar branch, which is located in Bangalore, Karnataka.
You can find a bank branch’s IFSC code on the Federal Bank website. The code will also be printed on the cheque books issued by the particular bank branch. You can also find the IFSC code on websites like BankBazaar. Simply go to the BankBazaar homepage, click on ‘IFSC Code’ at the bottom of the page, and input the bank name, district, state and branch in the columns provided. The particular branch’s IFSC and MICR codes would be generated instantly, along with other contact information like the branch’s address and phone number.
It is extremely easy and convenient to transfer funds using NEFT & RGTS. These services make transfer of funds a quick and seamless process. Given below are the ways you can use these services.
NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer):
The NEFT facility is available at Federal Bank from Monday to Saturday on an hourly basis during business hours. You can also use this facility through FedNet, Federal Bank’s online banking service from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm. However this service will not be available on the 2ndand 4thSaturdays of every month.
NEFT is an efficient and safe way to transfer funds with the added advantage of the transfers being cleared on the same day. In case of a bank holiday, the funds would be transferred on the next working day. There is also no limit on the amount of money you can transfer at a given time. This makes NEFT a favoured method of fund transfer nowadays.
Federal Bank charges a fixed amount for this service, with the details mentioned below:
The above rates are not inclusive of service tax.
RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement):
The RTGS service allows fund transfers from one bank to another electronically. This facility allows for quick and safe online money transfer to the receiver’s account. Transfers made using this facility are irrevocable and final. RTGS transfers are made in ‘real time’, which implies the money is transferred immediately. In case of multiple transactions, each transaction will be processed separately.
Electronic fund transfers through RTGS have a minimum transfer amount of Rs. 2 lakh and no maximum amount. Federal Bank provides RTGS services from Monday to Saturday during banking hours at its branches. You can also avail this facility using FedNet from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Given below are the charges for this facility:
The above rates are exclusive of service tax.
The Federal Bank, originally known as the Travancore Federal Bank, is a private commercial bank headquartered in Kochi, Kerala. The bank was established in the year 1931 as the Travancore Federal Bank. In 1947 the bank became known as Federal Bank and it currently has over 1250 branches spread across a majority of states in India. It has recently started operations in the United Arab Emirates. The bank offers its customers the best in banking services, providing loans, lockers, deposits and fund transfer facilities, in addition to many other services. Federal Bank was the first Indian bank to offer an electronic passbook to its customers, which was accessible through their mobile app, FedBook. They are pioneers in digital banking services in India, launching an app for account opening as well as a chat facility for its customers.
Instead of opening more branches, Federal Bank has decided on deploying more Relationship Managers to their existing branches. The bank has been working towards boosting the banking products and services that are related to digitization and a cashless economy. The bank has been making significant investments in various types of digital initiatives such as Aadhaar-based savings bank accounts, mobile apps, and UPI-based payment systems. The bank is aiming at growing their customers through the digital initiatives. Federal Bank is already a growing bank, the digitization will help them acquire more customers over a period of time.
20th March 2017
Federal Bank Limited has partnered with online data and information portal Commodity Online for loan distribution against warehouse receipts and collateral management services across India. According to the agreement, a financing platform for agri commodity will be rolled out by Commodity online through its flagship portal commodityonline.com wherein traders and farmers can keep an eye on the commodity markets and on warehouses online and also get the required financing for their commodities quickly.
Federal Bank has a presence throughout the country and tie-ups with numerous collateral management companies and is interested in stepping up the agri commodity financing business as a huge potential is present in an agriculture heavy country such as India.
8th February 2017
Oxigen one if India’s largest mobile wallet service providers has partnered up with the Kerala-based lender Federal Bank for cash management services through the bank’s e-collection facility. The 3 lakh plus Oxigen outlets across India can remit their cash collection to Federal Bank branches across India. The bank will utilize its e-collection system to validate the details of the outlets before accepting payments. This will help the Oxigen outlets to replenish their running limits of cash straight away and, thereby, allow them to continue to serve customers without delay. The partnership with Oxigen is the largest e-collection arrangement undertaken by the bank till date.
17th November 2016
Federal Bank, India’s major commercial bank is looking to expand its market share outside Kerala. For the past five years the bank has been making efforts to expand out of the state and is now looking to five states and one union territory to start extensive operations. The regions the bank will be targeting now are Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Delhi and Karnataka. Five years ago the bank had no branches outside Kerala, now 55% of the 1,252 branches are outside Kerala.
11th November 2016
Federal Bank launched their second FederalSkill Academy being one of their leading CSR initiatives, in Coimbatore. The first one was opened at Ernakulam, last year.
The academy is set to provide certification courses of CNC Machine Operator Certificate Course in Milling & Turning with the diploma provided by COINDIA. The initiative is expected to allow underprivileged students to be able to complete these courses, and seek better employment opportunities both in India and also outside the country.
The eligibility for this curse stands for 18 to 25 year old students, who have passed Plus 2/ITI / Polytechnic/Degree or even is an Engineering dropout and with an annual family income not over ?2 lakh per annum, to apply for this course. Applicants however would be shortlisted on the basis of an aptitude test and an interview. The Academy was inaugurated by Mahendra Ramdas (President COINDIA & Managing Director, Mahendra Pumps) and the separate Computer Lab was inaugurated by V Thirugnanam, Vice President, CODISSIA.
16th September, 2016
The Financial Express ‘FE Best Bank award’ under the category ‘Old Private Sector Bank for the year 2014-15’ has been won by Federal Bank.
While the net profit of the bank was Rs. 141.39 crore at the end of the first quarter of 2015, it increased to Rs. 167.31 crore this year, registering an 18.33% hike. The total income of the bank also saw a rise of 6.82%, from Rs. 2107.09 crore last year to Rs. 2250.81 crore in the first quarter of 2016.
The bank’s gross NPA for the first quarter this year increased to 2.92%, in comparison to 2.59% last year.
7th September, 2016
Federal Bank has launched Digital Personal Loans, third among the bank’s Be Your Own Master digital retail loans series. This facility will allow customers to get instant access to personal loans without the hassles of visiting the bank or going through paperwork.
The bank has confirmed that customers can log in to the website and receive personal loans in a matter of minutes. The facility is also available 24 hours a day, and does not require any manual signature from the customer.
K A Babu, head of Digital Banking stated that the first phase of the launch will be the rollout of the product to select customers in India. In the next phase, it will be available to all customers on mobile and ATM platforms. He also added that the bank is targeting to increase their digital penetration growth from 75% to 200% annually.
7th September, 2016
Federal Bank, the Kerala based private sector lender has just launched ‘Lotza’. This app is their UPI application or Unified Payments Interface and has just been launched on Google Play Store. The main feature of this app is that it combines the benefits of various bank accounts into one app.
Lotza is designed to provide seamless integration among different bank accounts into one app thus providing a secure and convenient way of carrying out financial transactions on a single app. The app offers virtual IDs to beneficiaries without sharing account numbers and eliminates the need to memorize various account numbers and login credentials.
26th August 2016
Most of the big banks these days are anxious to clean up their balance sheets owing to certain recent not-so-favourable incidents. But Federal Bank based in South India spotted an excellent business possibility here and look for at least 15 to 20 percent credit growth. This was affirmed in the bank’s CEO and MD, Mr. Shyam Srinivasan’s statement to the media. In a bold step to clear bank's books, the RBI has requested all banks to recognize some huge accounts which are under terrible stress, categorize them as NPA and create sufficient provision accordingly. The bank has as many as 1250 branches to its credit. And 660 out of this is outside Kerala, where it is headquartered. Federal Bank has always been top of its game when it comes to electronic banking modes NEFT and RTGS (instant money transfer using specific IFSC Code).
6th May 2016
Inspired by positive feedbacks from clients for its digital banking ingenuities, Federal Bank is planning for a giant leap in this sector. Only in the previous year the lender has recorded a whopping 72 million fund transfers (including electronic transactions using IFSC Code) on alternate channels and it intends to jump over 100 million by adding further digital channels and disbursement choices as told to the press by its Digital Banking Head, Mr. K A Babu. Of the overall banking transactions, the business impact from the digital portal was around 60 percent and the objective is to augment it to 70 percent this fiscal. FedNet, the bank’s Internet Banking platform has recorded a 50 percent growth last fiscal with the business value that exceeded more than the monthly figure of INR 2800.
2nd March 2016
|• Federal Bank Hyderabad Banjara Hills Branch||• Federal Bank Hyderabad Punjagutta Branch||• Federal Bank New Delhi Nehru Place Branch|
|• Federal Bank Surat Adajan Branch||• Federal Bank Bangalore Indiranagar Branch||• Federal Bank Bangalore K R Puram Branch|
|• Federal Bank Bangalore St Marks Road Branch||• Federal Bank Head Office Has Branch|
|• Federal Bank Cheranalloor Branch||• Federal Bank Ernakulam Marine Drive Branch||• Federal Bank Kizhakkambalam Branch|
|• Federal Bank Pukkattupady Branch||• Federal Bank Puthuvype Branch||• Federal Bank Thiruvankulam Branch|
|• Federal Bank Chakkarakkal Branch||• Federal Bank Kannur Branch||• Federal Bank International Banking Department Branch|
|• Federal Bank Pampady Branch||• Federal Bank Uzhavoor Branch||• Federal Bank Nadakkavu West Branch|
|• Federal Bank Muvattupuzha Branch||• Federal Bank Kulappully Branch|
|• Federal Bank Thekkemala Branch||• Federal Bank Thalassery Branch||• Federal Bank Kanjani Branch|
|• Federal Bank Vadakkekkad Branch||• Federal Bank Vaikom Branch||• Federal Bank Padinjarathara Branch|
|• Federal Bank Sulthanbathery Branch||• Federal Bank Indore Branch||• Federal Bank Indore Vijayanagar Branch|
|• Federal Bank Ichalkarinji Branch||• Federal Bank Sangli City Branch||• Federal Bank Bhiwadi Branch|
|• Federal Bank Chennai Rm Nagar Branch||• Federal Bank Coimbatore Ssi Branch||• Federal Bank Poonamallee Branch|
|• Federal Bank Thisayanvilai Branch||• Federal Bank Tiruppur Avinashi Road Branch||• Federal Bank Tirupur Industrial Finance Branch|
|• Federal Bank Ghaziabad Vaishali Branch||• Federal Bank Lucknow Branch||• Federal Bank Kolkata Park Circus Branch|
|• Federal Bank Siliguri Branch||• Federal Bank Manjeri Branch|