What is the tagline of Axis Bank?
Public Sector Banks & Private Sector Banks
|Axis Bank||Mumbai||Badhti Ka Naam Zindagi|
|Bank of Baroda (Vijaya Bank & Dena Bank)||Vadodara||India’s International Bank|
|Bank of India||Mumbai||Relationship beyond Banking|
|Bank of Maharashtra||Pune||Ek Parivaar, Ek Bank (One Family One Bank)|
What is the slogan of SBI?
State Bank of India (Group) tagline :- Pure banking nothing else ; With you all the way; The Nation banks on us; A Bank to the common man; A banker to every Indian.
What is the Bank slogan of Australia?
‘Commbank Can. ‘ That’s the new brand positioning that launched this week in Australia, with billboards, print and digital sites changing to finally reveal that Commonwealth Bank and their agency, M&C Saatchi Sydney were indeed behind ‘CAN’T’, as CB Bloggers have known since Monday.
Who is the corporate agent of Axis Bank?
Law Garden, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad 380006. AXIS BANK LIMITED is a Licensed Corporate Agent (License no. CA0069 CIN: L65110GJ1993PLC020769) of Tata AIG General Insurance Company Limited (IRDA of India Registration no. 108 CIN: U85110MH2000PLC128425). The insurance products are underwritten by Tata AIG General Insurance Company Limited.
Which is the best bank slogan in India?
Indian Bank Slogans Bank Name Bank Slogan Allahabad Bank A tradition of trust Andhra Bank Much more to do. With YOU in focus Axis Bank Badhti ka Naam Zindgi Bank of Baroda India’s International Bank
Where is Axis Bank registered office in India?
Axis’s Bank’s stake holders include prominent national and international entities. Axis Bank has its registered office at Ahmedabad. Axis Bank Limited is the fourth largest private sector bank in India.
When did Axis Bank change its name to UTI Bank?
That same year it opened a representative office in Shanghai, China. In 2007, UTI Bank opened a branch in the Dubai International Financial Centre and branches in Hong Kong. In 2008, it opened a representative office in Dubai. With effect from 30 July 2007, UTI Bank changed its name to Axis Bank.