State wise list of Standard Chartered Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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Since the government introduced electronic transfer of funds through NEFT (National Electronics Fund Transfer) and RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement), the way we transfer funds in India has been changed drastically. No more complicated paperwork and long periods of wait. NEFT and RTGS has made financial transactions simple, fast and transparent. Both these methods make use of IFSC Code or MICR Code. It is possible to transfer any amount of money from any NEFT/RTGS enabled bank to a beneficiary who has an account in any other NEFT/RTGS enabled bank throughout the country. MICR Code (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Code) is used for both domestic and international transactions. These unique codes was introduced by RBI to ensure enhanced speed, efficiency, security and accuracy while your money is transferred. Chances of fraud are also diminished because of these codes.
IFSC (Indian Financial System code) consists of 11 characters with both alphabets and numbers. Each branch of banks in India are assigned a unique IFSC. It consists of three parts:
For example, here is a breakup of the IFSC code of branch of Standard Chartered Bank:
SCBL0036097 - IFSC Code for a Standard Chartered Bank branch:
Standard Chartered Bank branches are NEFT and RTGS enabled, which means their customers can transfer funds electronically using these methods. Customers need to simply fill out the relevant form filling in details of the beneficiary account including the IFSC. The IFSC and MICR code can be found printed on a cheque book issued by the particular branch of Standard Chartered bank. It can also be found easily online. You can find IFSC on the official website of Standard Chartered, on the official website of Reserve Bank of India or on a third party financial website like BankBazaar.
If you decide to visit BankBazaar to find the codes, you will be presented with a complete list of IFSC codes for almost every bank, including that of Standard Chartered Bank. Following are the steps one should follow to get the IFSC or MICR codes that you require:
The generated table will also provide you with the phone number, address of the branch, branch code etc.
As a customer of Standard Chartered Bank one can make use of the NEFT and RTGS facility to transfer funds from any of the Standard Chartered Bank branches to any other bank branch around the country.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):
The NEFT or National Electronic Funds Transfers works on Deferred Net Settlements. NEFT is meant for smaller amounts of transfer than RTGS. The transfers are settled in batches on an hourly schedule. As long as you have debited the amount within the time-frame that is stipulated by the bank, it will be credited to the beneficiary on the same day. If not, the amount will be credited on the following working day.
You will need the following information to use NEFT service at Standard Chartered Bank:
Standard Chartered provides their customers with the unique opportunity of using NEFT completely free of cost.
Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):
Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS) transfers funds on an individual basis which means that the clearance of funds are scheduled individually and not batch-wise. RTGS is one of the quickest and safest ways to transfer funds. Standard Chartered Bank ensures that all the transactions will be completed on the same day that the customer debits the fund, unless it has been done after the indicated time frame.
You will need the following information to use RTGS service at Standard Chartered Bank:
RTGS facility can be used for free by Standard Chartered Bank customers.
Standard Chartered Bank is a public Limited Company headquartered in London. In 1969 two banks (‘The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China’ and ‘Standard Bank of British South Africa’) were merged to form the establishment ‘Standard Chartered Bank’. The bank was established in 1969 in London. Today it has a network of over 1,200 branches and outlets (including subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures) across more than 70 countries. The establishment employs around 87,000 people. The bank operates in consumer, corporate and institutional banking as well as treasury services. Although the bank is based in UK, Standard Chartered does not conduct retail banking in the UK. Further, around 90% of its profits come from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Standard Chartered Bank provides all solutions for all financial needs including Credit cards, Consumer banking, corporate banking, Investment banking, Mortgage loans, Private banking, Wealth management and much more.
Subhradeep Mohanty has been appointed as the new Chief Financial Officer of Standard Chartered Bank. Mohanty takes over from Anurag Adlakha who is expected to quit the bank by the end of March.
Mohanty started working with Standard Chartered Bank in May 2014 as chief financial officer for retail and products before going on to become chief financial officer of retail banking segments. Adlakha has been his current role as chief financial officer with the bank for a period ten years following his appointment in 2007. One of the people familiar with the story confirmed that Adlakha will not be joining rival lenders, adding that it was his call to move on following ten years of service to the UK-based lender. It was also revealed that Adlakha, who is now in his mid-fifties, may seek entrepreneurial opportunities after gaining extensive knowledge and experience during his professional career.
6th March 2017
Sarojini Dikhale, Chief Executive of LIC Mutual Fund, announced that LIC MF is teaming up with Standard Chartered Bank to facilitate Unified Payment Interface (UPI) as a mode of payment for its investors to invest in its schemes. UPI allows instant money transfer without bank details. Out of the Rs.18,500 crores total assets under management with LIC MF (as of November 9), the contribution from retail AUM is at Rs.2,800 crores. The new initiative is expected to help them increase their company's retail to a significantly higher number.
Prashant Thakkar, the Chief Technology Officer and Head-Strategy, Assets of LIC MF, said that this solution will be offered to their existing investors through their web-based online investment channel for lump-sum purchase. It will then be extended for SIP purchase as well, for existing, new, and first time investors in LIC MF. In the final stage, they will have a complete integration with mobile app-based solutions.
13th December 2016
Standard Chartered, the largest overseas-based banks in the country in terms of bank branches, has vowed to increase their corporate clientele by over 10%.
Sanjeev Paul, regional head for Standard Chartered, spoke to the media on the occasion where he said that India is a key market for the London-based financier. This moves comes after the bank’s corporate books registered a flat growth in 2013-14 and a negative growth in 2014-15.
Furthering on the issue, Mr. Sanjeev Paul said that the bank has put far more stringent and diligent process when procuring new clients and that the actions taken over the last one and a half years have begun to show some concrete results. In the corporate banking area, the lender is aiming to reach the midsize corporate segment, and to register a turnover of about Rs. 300 crore.
The bank has incurred a loss of over Rs. 167 crores in the first six months of this financial year a massive upgrade from the loss of Rs. 1,849 crore during the corresponding period the previous year.
All in all, the management team at the helm are hopeful that the firm will turn the tide in the next few years to come.
11th October 2016
Standard Chartered Bank has restarted its Japan desk in Chennai. This counter is committed to resolve and handle the interests and banking requisites of Japanese firms in the area. The reopening of the desk is one step towards fortifying the bank's association with the senior management groups of Japanese firms based in Chennai. Chennai is an industrial centre for numerous Japanese organizations and their subsidiaries. Some of the financial products and services on the offer include money management and retail related services and financial marketing products, mortgage capital market products and staff banking services. Furthermore, it will also give thorough direction on FDI (foreign direct investment) and unions and procurements. "The link between India and Japan has a great potential for economic development. This Japan desk will be a key tool in that endeavour. They can easily handle online money transactions using IFSC Code with the introduction of this desk.
24th December 2015
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