Wednesday, 21 July 2021 | PNS | Dehradun
The Bank of Baroda organised a tree plantation programme to mark its 114th foundation day on Tuesday.
Regional head Anoop Sharma, deputy regional manager Akshay Rastogi along with local councillor Shubham Negi, were present in the tree plantation held in Indiranagar. Sharma recalled that the bank was established on July 20 1908 by Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III of Baroda at Baroda in Gujarat. It was nationalised by the Government of India along with other 13 major commercial banks on July 19, 1969.
It is headquartered in Vadodara and has corporate offices in Mumbai. The bank today has about 8,214 branches, 9,200 ATMs nationally and internationally, 107 branches and offices in 24 countries internationally and more than 85,000 employees. Sharma and Rastogi also presided over a virtual customer seminar. Issues related to various digital products/retail products and services of the bank were discussed with the customers and their suggestions were sought to enhance the services.