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ICICI Bank IFSC and MICR Code:

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Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is utilized for electronic payment applications like Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Immediate Payment Service (IPM), a bank-to-bank electronic Instant Mobile Money Transfer service (IMPS), and Centralized Funds Management System (CFMS) designed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

IFSC codes have been allotted to all the branches of banks in India to easily identify transactions done through a particular branch. IFSC codes are alphanumeric, 11-digit codes, which are unique to a single branch and do not ever repeat. Cash transactions can be performed to a specific branch by compulsorily entering IFSC codes or MICR codes. These codes also helps users ensure that the transferred funds go to the right person, without any hassles.


The Reserve Bank of India has assigned separate codes to all banks in India and mandates their usage for all online transactions. An IFSC code can be explained as carrying three different segments. The first four alphabets represent the name of the bank to which the code has been assigned. Then comes a zero which is generally a control character, left for future use. The next six digits of the code signify the specific branch of ICICI and this is always unique. The last six digits change with every branch available.

Given below is an example of an ICICI Bank IFSC code:

ICIC0000552” - IFSC Code for the ICICI Infosys Branch

  • First four alphabets, ICIC, denotes the name of the bank, i.e. the ICICI Bank.
  • 0 - For future use
  • 000552 - Indicates a specific branch of ICICI (Bangalore Infosys branch).
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How to Search for ICICI Bank IFSC and MICR Codes?

IFSC codes and MICR codes can be easily procured if the bank’s full name and the branch is known. Users can conveniently find MICR codes and IFSC codes printed on cheque books/ leaves issued by ICICI Bank. The Reserve Bank of India site also offers the complete list of IFSC codes required for customers. Apart from the bank’s official website, the other sources available for getting IFSC codes are either third party financial websites or fiscal comparison websites.

BankBazaar, which is a popular financial comparison site, gives a comprehensive table carrying IFSC codes for ICICI Bank’s branches within India. Any user visiting the BankBazaar website has to select the Bank IFSC code link present at the bottom of the main page. Customers clicking on this link will be taken to a second page carrying four dropdowns. Customers have to enter certain details like state, bank, branch and district in order to get IFSC codes or MICR codes for ICICI Bank. The generated table also contains the phone number, address of the branch, name, branch code etc.

The ICICI customers can conveniently make online fund transfers by using NEFT, IMPS or RTGS services, available on the bank’s website.

National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):

National Electronic Funds Transfers (NEFT) are done in batches and have a specific timing within which the funds are settled by ICICI. This process works based on Deferred Net Settlements and is done on an hourly schedule. The money is credited to the beneficiary on the same day, if the batch clearance is within the stipulated time frame. Otherwise the money is credited on the next working day.

The following modes can be used for transactions using NEFT:

  • Internet Banking
  • iMobile
  • m.dot
  • Pockets
  • Icicibankpay

Fees & Charges for NEFT Transactions by ICICI:

Transaction Charges


Cash up to INR 10,000

INR 2.50 + Applied Taxes

Sum between INR 10,000 and INR 1 lakh

INR 5 + Applied Taxes

Sum between INR 1 lakh and INR 2 lacs

INR 15 + Applied Taxes

Sum between INR 2 lacs and INR 5 lacs

INR 25 + Applied Taxes

Sum between INR 5 lacs and INR 10 lacs

INR 25 + Applied Taxes

NEFT Transaction timings specified by ICICI:

Transaction Timings


All days except Sundays, 2nd and 4th Saturdays

8:00 AM to 6:30 PM

Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):

Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS) transfers are done on an individual transaction basis, i.e., the clearance of funds are schedules one by one. As per the standing instructions set, ICICI settles RTGS transactions within the current working day. RTGS is one of the fastest modes of fund transfers available and can be performed on completely secure platforms.The time frame to plan an RTGS transaction ahead of time is at least three working days. You can pay for transactions like Cash Management Transfer, Interest, Mortgage, Securities, Tax Payment, Hedging, Value Added Tax Payment, Supplier Payment and Trade Settlement Payment among others.

Fees & Charges for RTGS Transaction by ICICI:


Charge (per transaction, excluding taxes)

INR 2 lacs (Minimum Amount)


Sum between INR 2 lacs to INR 5 lacs

INR 25
 + Applied Taxes

Sum between INR 5 lacs to INR 10 lacs

INR 50
 + Applied Taxes

Immediate Payment Service (IMPS):

The IMPS (Immediate Payment Service) from ICICI Bank aids you in transferring funds promptly and safely. You shall send cash using ICICI Net banking on an internet-powered computer, which facilitates you to transfer money from your ICICI account to any ICICI or other bank accounts. The recipient gets the cash almost instantly when you make a request. This service can be accessed any time of the day throughout the year.

Money can be sent via IMPS through the following means:

  • Internet Banking
  • IMobile
  • M.Dot

Information Required for Funds Transfer using any Payment Mode:

While making a NEFT or RTGS transaction with ICICI Bank, customers need to provide the below information:

  • Remittance Amount
  • ICICI Bank customer’s account number
  • Beneficiary’s bank name
  • Beneficiary’s name
  • Beneficiary’s Account number
  • Sender to receiver information
  • IFSC code of the beneficiary’s bank branch

ICICI Bank is an international investment and financial services conglomerate with its base in Mumbai, the city that never sleeps, as well as strong presences in over 19 nations. Holding a proud second position in the Four Major Big Banks in the country if you go by its resources and market capitalization, ICICI provides a plethora of financial products and services for business and individual clients through various distribution channels and specialized affiliates. It has a pan-India network of 4050 area offices in India. As India’s leading private sector institution, ICICI Bank offers money transfer solutions with a load of benefits through its Money2India service. This service is available to customers on ICICI’s web portal and also through the Money2India mobile application. Remitters can transfer money in various currency units, depending on the country of residence.

News Related to ICICI IFSC Code
  • More than thousand exchange melas organised of ICICI Bank in India

    ICICI Bank is one of the largest banks in India and it has organised 1269 coin exchange melas in the country. Several bank branches across various cities were a part of these melas. The list of cities included Chennai, Hyderabad, Madurai, Bhopal, Agra, Patna, Mumbai and Delhi.

    The melas were inaugurated by senior officials from the Reserve Bank of India. These melas are organised by ICICI Bank periodically in order to offer exchange programme for mutilated and soiled currency notes with fresh coins and currency to the common people. If you wish to know the IFSC code of ICICI bank branch near your house then you can find it out on Bankbazaar.

    17th October 2016

  • Blockchain tech used by ICICI Bank

    In order to revolutionize the trade financing, ICICI bank stated that it made use of blockchain technology and settled a transaction. In general, the transaction would take three days but using the blockchain tech, it was done only in a few minutes. The transaction was carried out in the Middle East with Emirates NBD and this was the first of its kind.

    Both documents and money has been sent by ICICI bank via the blockchain technology. The network has been created with the help of EdgeVerve Systems which is a part of Infosys. With the help of blockchain, parties taking part in a transction can view the live authorization. In regular transactions, the authorization and transfer of documents take place physically. If you wish to know the IFSC code of the ICICI bank branch near your house the you can find it on Bankbazaar.

    13th October 2016

  • Zaakpay gets UPI from ICICI Bank

    Mobile payment app Mobikwik, through its partnership ICICI Bank is ready to allow UPI payments through its gateway aggregator Zaakpay. This move allows users to load money through their online wallets with the UPI which can later be processed by ICICI Bank.

    Mobikwik decided on this move because wallets are not allowed on UPI and neither are inter-operability between different wallets. Only banks have the authorisation to allow any form of money loading through with the UPIs.

    When speaking about this partnership with ICICI Bank, a Mobikwik spokesperson also dropped a hint that the service is also planning to offer UPI payments for merchants. If such a move happens, banks don’t just get access to merchants but can also charge a comparatively higher fee on every UPI payment transaction. The revenue model for services like Mobikwik is they usually have a revenue-sharing agreement with banks, and a certain amount is paid out per each transaction.

    13th October 2016

  • ICICI Bank has plans of picking up equity in financial technology start-up firms

    ICICI bank has plans of investing in Fintech firms by purchasing equity stakes in the firms. They also plan on helping the companies with business planning and product development. However, the bank doesn’t plan on investing on any Fintech firm. It will invest only in those that have reached the final stages of the Startupbootcamp’s program for Fintech start-ups. The Startupbootcamp is a group of start-up accelerators that focus on industry start-ups. Aspiring start-ups can apply to this program starting September 28th, 2016. The actual program is set to launch in the early months of 2017

    28th September 2016

  • ICICI Bank Surpasses 1 Million Virtual payment Addresses on its UPI

    ICICI bank, in three weeks of launching its Unified Payments Interface has already crossed 1 Million virtual payment addresses. To improve the use of its UPI at retail outlets, the bank has tied up with HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited) and ABFRL (Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited). UPI allows customers to pay using their smartphones at over 6500 HPCL petrol stations and 2000 ABFRL stores.

    VPAs used on the UPI have changed the way we send and receive money. No longer do we need to enter our account information and IFSC code. Once registered, the users can send and receive money through their smartphones. Currently the UPI is available on the ICICI Bank’s pockets apps as well as the iMobile banking app.

    27th September 2016

  • ICICI Bank engages software robots to automate 20% transactions by year-end

    In move that is affirmed to be the first by any Indian bank, ICICI Bank has engaged software robotics for automation of transactions. In a day, over 200 software robots are tackling more than 10 lakh transactions of the bank, increasing the efficiency of operations. The bank intends to utilise 500 software robots by year-end, and forecasts the automation of 20% of total transactions through this.

    The bank has employed these software robots in industries such as retail banking, treasury and trade. They estimate an improvement in their cost to income ratio after the successful rollout of the programme.

    Chanda Kochchar, MD of ICICI Bank clarified that there will be no employee lay-offs as a result of the initiative. The retail portfolio of the bank is expected to be benefitted the most through this move.

    10th September 2016

  • UPI for mobile banking applications launched by ICICI Bank

    ICICI Bank launched their very own ‘Unified Payments Interface’ (UPI) in ‘iMobile’ and ‘Pockets’, which are the bank’s two customer facing mobile applications for banking. The UPI feature will simply allowed bank account holders (of all the other UPI participating banks) to be able to send as well as receive currency using the Virtual Payment Address (VPA). This will allow the customers not having to enter additional bank account details when sending money. UPI is currently available on ‘iMobile’, which is the bank’s direct mobile banking app. On the other hand, ‘Pockets’, is a digital bank for peer-to-peer as well as e-commerce payments by users which also includes non-ICICI Bank customers. Hence, Pockets will also have the UPI feature in it, adding to its already rich features. Ms. Chanda Kochhar, MD & CEO, ICICI Bank in her statement made it clear the this would be a stepping stone for banking especially when it comes to Indians and their way of banking.

    31st August, 2016

  • ICICI Bank Opens 5 Branches In Rural Karnataka

    ICICI Bank has opened 5 new branches in rural Karnataka with 24x7 ATM machines, expanding their current network of over 262 branches and more than 1,300 ATMs. The branches were started at Sagar, Channagiri, Harihar, Devadurga and Ligasugur.

    These branches will function from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm from Monday to Saturday except second and fourth Saturdays of a month. The banks will serve its customers with all loan and deposit products, including agricultural loans and tractor loans, NRI services and internet and mobile banking through IFSC code. ICICI Bank is the largest private bank in India with over 4,450 branches as on March 31, 2016. It recently launched Pockets by ICICI Bank, India’s first digital smart phone bank.

    22nd July 2016

  • ICICI Bank introduces Swachh Society Awards

    ICICI Bank, the topmost private bank in the country has come up with a unique and innovative program called the Swachh Society Awards. This is open to registration by all municipal corporations in Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai and Vasai-Virar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, and Municipal Councils of Panvel, Kharghar and Kalamboli.

    The bank has come up with this initiative to promote clean and green environment in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, MMR. The program is derived from the original Swachh Bharat Abhiyan of the Indian government and will span a period of 50 days. The winner is set to avail a prize of up to Rs.30 lakhs in various categories like silver, gold and bronze. The program also carries the Clean Crusader Innovation award which will depend upon efforts made towards energy conservation, rainwater harvesting, waste management and use of clean-green technologies.

    11th July 2016

  • Coin Exchange Melas Organised by ICICI Bank in Lucknow

    ICICI Bank organised 15 coin exchange melas in Lucknow at its various branches. Over 600 people attended the melas and exchanged coins in the denomination of Rs.1, Rs.2, Rs.5 and Rs.10, worth Rs.6 lakhs. There was exchange of fresh currency by the bank in denominations of Rs.10, Rs.20, Rs.50 and Rs.100, worth Rs.35 lakhs.

    The coin exchange mela was organised under the guidance of the Reserve Bank of India and was inaugurated by the Deputy General Manager of RBI, RP Singh. The bank arranges these coin exchange melas to enable free exchange of accepted damaged and soiled currency notes with coins and fresh currency. ICICI Bank has 4450 branches and 13766 ATMs all over the country and also facilitates electronic fund transfers with the use of IFSC codes.

    2nd July 2016

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