In New Delhi The Bank of Baroda on Sunday successfully completed the merger of 3 898 branches of Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank itself. Note that in the merger of the first three methods, Vijaya Bank and Dina Bank were merged with the Bank of Baroda.
“We now have successfully completed the merger of the erstwhile banks with Bank of Baroda among the challenges faced under the COVID environment. We are delighted to welcome all our esteemed customers and request them to obtain a complete list of Bank of Baroda products and digital solutions,” said by the bank’s CEO and managing director Sanjiv Chadha.
Important notice for the customers:
- Customer account customers can access any information about their accounts such as account number, IFSC code through any digital channels or call center or any branch.
- Debit Cards already issued to customers by Old Banks will continue to be valid until the expiry of the Card.
- All our customers will now have access to the Bank of Baroda digital channels such as Baroda Connect and M-Connect.
The bank has completed the merger of Dena Bank’s 1,770 branches by December 2020 and previously completed the merger of Vijaya Bank’s 2,128 branches by September 2020. The accounts of more than 5 crore customers were transferred. In addition to the branches, all ATMs, POS machines and credit cards have been successfully transferred.
The Bank has announced that all customers will now be able to access a total of 8248 local branches and 10318 ATMs all over India, which will give them full access to a huge variety and range of products and services will be available. All customers will now have access to digital banking stations. Debit cards already issued to former bank customers will remain valid until the card expires, the bank said.