How can I know my Indian Bank IFSC code?

How can I know my Indian Bank IFSC code?

You can find the 11-digit Indian Bank IFSC Code on the leaves of your Indian bank’s chequebook, passbook and/or on their website. IFSC helps in uniquely demarcating the bank branches across India while transferring money through NEFT and RTGS.

Which branch IFSC code is KKBK0000811?

Kotak Mahindra Bank
IFSC Code

IFSC Code KKBK0000811 (used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank
Branch Ahmedabad- Ashram Rd
District Ahmedabad
State Gujarat

Can we change IFSC code in Indian bank?

In the wake of the recent mergers of banks in the public sector, many account holders will need to do away with their old Indian Financial System Codes (IFSC). The old IFSC codes will no longer be valid for the use of online banking, as per a report by Gadgets Now.

Is there any change in Indian Bank IFSC code?

Now customers will have to use the new IFSC code for money transfer. After which customers can contact their home branch or get a new IFSC code by logging on to www.indianbank.in/amalgamation to know their new IFSC code starting with IDIB for RTGS, NEFT, IMPS(IMPS).

How can I know my HDFC bank branch code?

How to find the IFSC Code of a HDFC Bank Branch?

  1. On your HDFC Bank cheque book and passbook. Your bank branchs IFSC Code is always printed on your passbook and cheque book.
  2. On HDFC Bank Official Webpage. You can find the IFSC Code for any branch of HDFC Bank on their official webpage.
  3. On the RBI website.
  4. On the Internet.

How can I get Kotak Bank branch code?

You can explore following options:

  1. IFSC code, Branch address and MICR code are available on each page of your cheque book.
  2. IFSC code is available on Account Overview section in NetBanking and Mobile Banking.
  3. Click here to check full list of Branch addresses, IFSC codes, etc.

Which bank is KKBK?

Kotak Mahindra Bank’
For Kotak Mahindra Bank’s (SBI) 11-digit IFSC code, the first four letters will be ‘KKBK’, and the last 6 digits will represent a specific branch code.