State wise list of RBL BANK IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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RBL Bank (Ratnakar Bank Limited) offers their customers electronic money transfer facilities such as NEFT and RTGS, enabling them to transfer money within accounts of the same bank or different banks in a few easy steps. Electronic Fund Transfer uses computer or phones to transfer money, without the need of any paper work. The traditional way of transferring money would usually take a week or so for the transaction to be complete, whereas electronically it takes place in a couple of hours or days. Apart from the cost of posting cheques for each transaction, you can also cut on the time taken for the cheques to be delivered. Opting for electronic transfer of money also minimizes the chance of errors as the transaction is processed only when the correct details of the bank are entered, such as beneficiary’s account number and the specific IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) code of the branch of the beneficiary’s bank.
RBI has assigned a unique 11-character alpha-numeric code which serves as the identity of all banks participating in the NEFT network. IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code and is used by NEFT and RTGS modes of electronic transfers.
Out of the 11 characters of the IFSC code, the first 4 characters represent the name of the bank, the fifth digit is zero (0) always and the last 6 characters indicate the name of the bank-branch.
For instance, the IFSC code of Parel branch of RBL Bank, Maharashtra is RATN0000088. In this case, ‘RATN’stands for Ratnakar Bank Limited and the last 6 numbers refer to Parel branch of RBL Bank.
The stepwise process you can follow at BankBazaar’s website is:
By opting for RBL Bank’s NEFT and RTGS transfer mechanisms, you can avoid all the limitations of physical modes of money transfer. RBL Bank offers an efficient, safe and secure website, operating under the guidance of RBI. Through these two modes, money gets transferred from one account to another immediately.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) at RBL Bank:
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) facilitates money transfer from a sender’s bank to a destination bank, anywhere within the country. You can transfer funds to another individual or firms and corporate organizations. RBI operates through a centralized database where all payment instructions are processed. NEFT transfer at RBL Bank requires you to register the name of the beneficiary and add his account, where the funds would be transferred to. You must know details such as beneficiary’s account number, bank name, branch name and the most important piece of information- the IFSC code of that specific branch of the bank. The maximum limit of amount that can be transferred via NEFT is Rs.1 lakh, there is no minimum amount.
You can request for a NEFT transaction on all days except Sundays. RBI settles the transactions at pre-decided time slots in 12 batches on weekdays and 6 batches on Saturdays. The settlements are carried out on weekdays between 08:00am to 07:00pm and on Saturdays between 08:00am to 07:00pm.
The schedule of charges for NEFT transactions at RBL Bank are:
Up to Rs.10,000
Rs.2.50/- + Service Tax
Rs.10,000 and up to Rs.1 lakh
Rs.5/- + Service Tax
Rs.1 lakh and up to Rs.2 lakh
Rs.15/- + Service Tax
Above Rs.2 lakh
Rs.25/- + Service Tax
Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) at RBL Bank:
RTGS is another mode of money transfer between accounts, however it is faster, continuous and real-time. The instructions are processed by RBI as soon as they are received and you can make transfers using RBL Bank’s RTGS system at any given point of time. ‘Gross settlement’ implies that the payment instruction does not bunch itself with other transactions and is carried out independently by RBI. Hence, it is sometimes cleared within a few hours as well. The RTGS system is mainly utilized for large amount transactions. The minimum amount that can be transferred through RTGS is at least Rs.2 lakh. There is no upper limit set by RBI for RTGS transfers.
RBI offers a window between 09:00m to 16:30pm from Monday to Friday and between 09:00am to 02:00pm on Saturdays.
There are no charges levied by the bank for inward RTGS transactions, however for outward remittances, the following charges are applied:
RBL Bank formerly known as Ratnakar Bank Limited was founded in 1943. Spread across 13 states in India, with its 183 branches and 351 ATM machines, it is one of the most rapidly expanding scheduled commercial banks in the country. RBL Bank transformed itself under a new management since 2010 and is presently serving 14, 00,000 customers.
Premier Private Bank, RBL Bank has gained validation from (Securities and Exchange Board of India) SEBI, country’s capital markets regulator for its overdue IPO, which was applied in the previous fiscal. They got the OK on 27th June as per the recent update. It was on hold till now as they were scrutinizing the bank’s previous records. RBL’s IPO plans pending since a year owing to the remaining cases. The authorization is given once a case of alleged breach of disclosure rules regarding a previous issuance of stocks to certain investors for around INR 600 Cr were settled amicably after paying INR 47.6 lacs by the bank to the concerned party.
1st August 2016
Through the branch, RBL has recently opened a branch that solely aims to give startups that much-needed financial assistance as well as services such as foreign exchange, transmittals and resource management. Mr. Narayan Ramachandran, the RBL Chairman, is excited about this new venture. Sensing a great scope in the arena, RBL looks to starting more such branches. Through this branch, RBL will offer new enterprises financial services focusing around foreign exchange and the like, as well as enable them to complete registration process, legal and tax regulations through substantiated associates. Money can be transferred to and from any account in India via NEFT/ RTGS using IFSC Code. They have also organized the RBL’s technical competences and swiftness of response to match this prerequisite.
28th April 2016
Ratnakar Bank (RBL) has offered a buyback option to the existing shareholders of the bank, in an attempt to speed up its IPO (Initial Public Offering) process. This move was initiated after Sebi (Securities and Exchange Board of India) gave conditional approval for selling of RBL’s shares, giving current investors an opportunity to exit.
The Draft Red Herring Prospectus Data showed that in 19th February, 2003, shares from RBL were allotted to 2,591 investors, while in 13th March, 2006, 1,969 investors were allotted shares. The 1956 Companies Act clearly states that an unlisted company can only allot shares to a maximum of 49 investors in a fiscal year.
RBI has now appointed 9 investment bankers, including Morgan Stanley, Kotak Investment Bank and Citi, to maintain due diligence in the IPO process. Ratnakar Bank aims at raising close to Rs.2000 crore from the primary markets, out of which fresh issue comprises of Rs.1,100 crore. Apart from all basic banking facilities, RBL also allows its customers to avail internet baking facilities where IFSC codes are used to transfer funds via NEFT and RTGS.
27th April 2016
RBL Bank today announced that it will launch several specialized branches for budding startups, in a bid to help upcoming entrepreneurs in setting up new firms and companies. These specialized branches will offer startups a wide range of banking products and solutions, such as foreign exchange, remittances, and cash management, among other services, in a bid to meet their needs and requirements. The first branch of this kind was launched today by RBL Bank at Koramangala in Bangalore. In addition to the services mentioned, the branch will also provide services such as registration, legal services and tax services through its associates and partners. Customers who wish to access the branch in Koramangala, and transfer funds to accounts with the branch, can do so via the branch IFSC Code RATN0000091. RBL Bank also hopes that the introduction of these branches will enable the bank to take advantage of services such as Application Program Interface banking, large volume electronic payments and receivables, prepaid cards-based solutions and escrow services.
20th April 2016
To rival the competition of MasterCard’s digital wallet for Citibank India, Visa has come up with a new payments platform for Indian customers. Initially, the service will be offered in tie-up with Axis, HDFC, ICICI and SBI will begin in Bangalore. This service, aptly named “mVisa”, will enable customers to pay bills, make purchases without a card and send money to family members and friends. mVisa will initially be available to 20,000 merchants. mVisa application can be downloaded on the feature phone and smartphone and customers will be able to link their prepaid account, Visa debit and credit card to the application.
The application mVisa, once activated, will facilitate the customers to make payment for purchases made in stores and online by just initiating a fund transfer. mVisa users will also be able to make bill payments and will receive a message by SMS when payment has been made successfully. Recently, RBL Bank partnered with Happay to launch Happay Visa Cards which comes with easy expense management system for corporates. Also, RBL (The Ratnakar Bank Limited) joined hands with mRupee to offer Open Loop prepaid card that will enable customers without a bank account to withdraw funds from any Visa ATM.
Conventional methods of fund transfer via RTGS and NEFT requires the users to provide the beneficiary’s name and IFSC code of the beneficiary bank to make a transaction.
10th September 2015
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|• Ratnakar Bank Gurgaon Main Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Gurgaon Sohna Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Panipat Branch|
|• Ratnakar Bank Bagalkot Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Bangalore Prestige Towers Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Koramangala Branch|
|• Ratnakar Bank Belgaum Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Bhopal Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Kamatoon Branch|
|• Ratnakar Bank Mandideep Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Makronia Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Ahmednagar Branch|
|• Ratnakar Bank Sane Guruji Vasahat Kolhapur Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Tarabai Park Kolhapur Branch||• Ratnakar Bank Badlapur Branch|
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