Corporation Bank Saving Account Interest Rate
Every institution has its start in modest initiatives but what makes it great is the passion of the people behind it. Carrying the legacy forward with an undaunted commitment to its vision, the journey of Corporation Bank truly epitomizes this.
Started about 108 years ago in 1906, with an initial capital of just Rs.5000/-, Corporation Bank has recorded Rs. 2,84,722 Crore mark in business and even far more, with over 6677 service outlets across the nation, served by committed and dedicated 13,000 plus Corp Bankers. Proof of which is seen in its enviable track record in financial performance. We have many reasons to cheer, predominant of them is, being able to participate in nation building by empowering the rural and urban population alike. Today, we are proud that we are significant contributors to the growth of the country’s economy.
Nationalised in 1980, Corporation Bank was the forerunner when it came to evolving and adapting to the financial sector reforms. In 1997, it became the Second Public Sector Bank in the country to enter capital market, the IPO of which was over- subscribed by 13 times. the Bank has many ” firsts ” to its credit – Cash Management Services, Gold Banking, m-Commerce, ” Online ” approvals for Educational loans, 100% CBS Compliance and more recently, its poineering efforts to take the technology to the rural masses in remotest villages through low-cost branchless banking – Business Corresponent model. All of which symbolise Bank’s unswerved commitment to its customers to provide convenience banking.
At Corporation Bank, what motivates us is the passion to excel in banking by maintaining highest standards of service to our customers, backed by innovative products and services which makes us one of the leading Public Sector Banks in the country, catering to a wide range of customers – from individuals to corporate clients.
Good News for Savings Bank Account Holders:
Rate of Interest on Domestic Savings Bank Account: 4.00%
“Interest on Savings Bank Accounts will be calculated based on daily products [ on the day end balances] effective from 01.04.2010 and will be credited to the accounts on half-yearly basis as per the existing practice”.