Patna: Private sector lender IndusInd Bank opened two new branches here on Friday, taking the total branches in the city to five.
The two branches are located in Kanker Bagh and Rajendra Nagar, the bank said in a statement.
With the opening of these two branches, the number of branches of the bank in Bihar has gone up to eight.
"Bihar is a very important market for IndusInd Bank and Patna is considered to be amongst the 15 most promising cities in India.
"Considering the vast potential of banking requirements yet to be explored, IndusInd Bank has planned further branch expansion in Bihar," Soumitra Sen, Head Branch Banking, of IndusInd Bank said.
With the opening of these new branches, customers in the city would be able to avail services such as opening of savings and current accounts, loan products, wealth management and credit cards.
"Innovative facilities such as My Account, My Number, Quick Redeem Service, Cash on Mobile, among others, would be available to customers from day one," the bank said.
As on June 30, 2013, the bank had 530 branches and 1,003 ATMs across 380 locations in the country.
It also has representative offices in London and Dubai.