Continues to remain the largest private sector bank in the state

Plans to open 130 branches across Karnataka by March, 2023

To hire 1,500 professionals in the state over the next 12 months

Bengaluru, NFAPost: HDFC Bank announced that its total business in Karnataka has crossed Rs 200,000 crore, making it the largest private sector bank in the state in terms of overall business volume.

The bank’s total advances in the state stood at Rs 73,655.39 crore at the end of September 30, 2021, which included loans to Retail, Corporate, MSME and Microfinance customers. The bank enjoys a market share of 9% in total advances in the state.

HDFC Bank’s total deposits in Karnataka were at Rs 1,39,387.46 crore at the end of the first half of this financial year. The share of Deposits was 11.68 % of total deposits as on September 30, 2021.

Commenting on the bank’s growing business and footprint in the state, HDFC Bank Retail Branch Banking Head – Karnataka Ahmed Zackaria said Karnataka continues to remain a strategic market for our bank and we are committed to expand our business in the state further.

“We have been supporting local businesses and households even during the period of pandemic as is evident from the growth in our total business over the last 12 months. We continue to be the largest private sector bank in Karnataka making quality banking products and services available in every corner of the state,” said HDFC Bank Retail Branch Banking Head – Karnataka Ahmed Zackaria.

“Going forward, we plan to add another 130 branches in the state taking our total branch count to more than 450 in Karnataka. We will also be hiring around 1,500 professionals over the next 12 months to support growth across our businesses,” he added.

HDFC Bank started its operations in Karnataka in 1996 when it opened its first branch in the state in Bengaluru. The bank at present has 330 branches in 122 cities/towns spread across all 30 districts of Karnataka as of Dec 31 2021. The branch network is complemented with 1172 ATMs and 92 CDMs.

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