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FirstRand Bank IFSC Code:

The Indian Financial System Code, commonly known as the IFSC code, is a unique alphanumeric code, designated to every bank and its branch in the country. This code is assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

Here’s an illustration of FirstRand Bank IFSC Code for your better understanding. The IFSC Code of FirstRand Bank Mumbai branch is FIRN0000001. The first 4 letters- FIRN stands for the bank name. The last six digits- 000001 stands for the branch code of Mumbai branch, in Maharashtra State.

How to Search for FirstRand Bank IFSC and MICR Code?

In order to transfer money to a beneficiary, it is essential to know his/her bank account name, number, and the IFSC code, there are a number of means to search for a particular bank’s IFSC or MICR code. Here’s how FirstRand Bank’s MICR code and IFSC code can be found:

  • IFSC and MICR codes can be availed offline by visiting the bank’s nearest branch or calling on their customer support number.
  • Another offline way is the bank’s check book and passbook. The IFSC and MICR code will be printed on every check leaf and on the inside of the front or back cover of the passbook.
  • An online means to check for FirstRand Bank’s IFSC code is to visit the bank’s official website. Here the codes for every branch, along with the address, can be found.
  • There are several third party websites which also provide information about these codes. BankBazaar is one such portal, where code details can be found by entering relevant information such as state, district, and branch.

FirstRand Bank offers its customers facilities to transfer money, through NEFT or RTGS, anywhere in the country. The details are provided below:

National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):

There is no basic limit to transfer funds through the NEFT system. It is a secured channel where the recipient receives the money within a few hours on the same day. NEFT service during the bank hours and are settled batch wise, depending on the time of the transactions.

Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS):

RTGS is a third party fund transfer service facilitated by the bank, when the amount cannot be transferred through NEFT. RTGS transactions are taken care of immediately within the designated working hours of both the banks - the sender bank and the recipient bank. For an RTGS transaction the beneficiary amount should be more than Rs 2 lakh. The transaction is done on an individual basis.

NEFT and RTGS Charges:

Large sums of money can be transferred from bank to bank, thanks to the NEFT and RTGS services offered by FirstRand Bank. There are four types of savings accounts at FirstRand Bank - Platinum Savings 1 & 2, Basic Savings, Easy Savings, and NRE Savings. The NEFT and RTGS charges applicable for these accounts are excluding service tax.

For NEFT till Rs 10,000 no amount is charged for Platinum Savings 1 & 2, and NRE Savings accounts. Transactions done through Basic and Easy Savings accounts are charged Rs 2.50 respectively. NEFT transfers above Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh is charged at Rs 5 for the Basic Savings Account, while the rest are free of cost.

FirstRand Bank is a part of South Africa’s FirstRand Banking Group with its branch in Mumbai, Maharashtra. This bank offers first-class commercial banking services in the country. With a legal banking license, and trusted by a large number of corporate houses as well, the bank started its India operations in the year 2009. The office is located in Church gate, Mumbai from where all the financial activities are carried out.

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