State wise list of National Bank of Abu Dhabi IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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Alphanumeric 11 digit codes that enable customers to transfer money from one bank to another or between different branches of the same bank through the use of electronic fund options such as RTGS and NEFT is known as IFSC or Indian Financial System Code. This code is essential for safe and quick electronic transfer of funds and also ensures that the entire process is hassle free.
IFSC codes can be decoded by following the guidelines given below -
The above can be explained more clearly through an example. NBAD0000001 is the IFSC code for the Mumbai branch of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi in India.
The first four letters - NBAD refer to the name of the bank which is National Bank of Abu Dhabi.
The fifth digit is 0 and is the control number.
The last six, namely 000001 refers to the Mumbai branch.
Customers can search for National Bank of Abu Dhabi’s IFSC and MICR codes quite easily both online and offline. Customers can either visit the website of National Bank of Abu Dhabi or other third party financial websites or financial comparison portals.
One such financial comparison portal that customers can visit is BankBazaar. In order to find the IFSC code for a particular bank, they will have to visit the website and scroll down. The link titled ‘ Bank IFSC Code’ will have to be clicked. Customers will then be redirected to another page wherein they will have to provide the details of the bank, its location and the branch, post which BankBazaar will display the IFSC code, MICR code and also the contact details of the bank.
In case users wish to procure these codes offline, then they can look for these details on cheque book or passbook provided by the bank.
Users can transfer money from one bank to another or within different branches of the same bank by using NEFT and RTGS processes.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT)
This is a pretty popular method of transferring money from one bank to another or between different branches of the same bank. Transactions do not happen immediately but the method is secure and hassle-free. NEFT payment hours at the National Bank of Abu Dhabi is between 8 am to 7 pm from Monday to Saturday. Customers should note that the second and fourth Saturday of every month is a holiday.
The cut-off time for payment is 5 pm from Monday to Saturday.
Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS)
RTGS is another method used to transfer funds from one bank to another. Through this method, funds are transferred almost immediately and is generally used for large sums of money. The payment cut-off times at National Bank of Abu Dhabi are 8 am to 4.30 pm from Monday to Saturday.
Customers who wish to avail the above facilities, need to visit the Mumbai branch of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi.
The largest lender bank within the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the second largest in the entire UAE region, National Bank of Abu Dhabi was founded in 1968. Among all other banks in the UAE, National Bank of Abu Dhabi has the highest market capitalization. As part of its retail banking portfolio, National Bank of Abu Dhabi provides a number of services and products such as loans, cards, property banking, Islamic Banking, wealth management and so on.