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GOOD NEWS FOR CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA CUSTOMERS – BANK OPEN SWANKY BRANCH AT TURBHE

central-bank-The Central Bank of India customers who had to face hassles of traveling to the congested APMC Market everyday for banking purpose, have good news as the 38 years old branch has shifted office to Turbhe City Mall. The all new branch was inaugurated at the hands of Dy. Mayor Bharat Nakhate. The Central Bank of India’s Vashi Turbhe branch was earlier located at APMC’s MAFCO Market. However, the conditions of the market made it a hassle and uphill task for customers to go to the bank. To take care of this problem, the Central Bank of India has shifted its branch to a new premise at Turbhe’s City Mall. The new branch was inaugurated at the hands of Dy. Mayor Bharat Nakhate in the presence of the bank’s General Manager P C Tiwari, Asst General Manager S S Pai and Vashi Turbhe Branch Manager Padam Dev. The all new branch is equipped with latest security measures that include CCTV set up, alarm security system and all facilities that will make banking at Central Bank of India a comfortable and pleasure for customers. The bank’s employees’ rapport with their customers reflects in the numbers as the bank has more than 6000 customers as of today. During the inaugural ceremony, the General Manager P C Tiwari welcomed the new customers who opened their accounts in the bank. On the other hand Dy. Mayor Bharat Nakhate shared that for him the bank is auspicious as it had given him a loan of Rs. 4 lacs for a house whose value has become over Rs. 40 lacs today. Speaking to NMTV News, the Dy. Mayor said that he is a customer of this bank and praised the services the bank renders to customers. The General Manager of the bank P C Tiwari said that for all classes and sections of customers, they have as many as 27 schemes that benefit from children to senior citizens. The branch manager Padam Dev shared the reason for shifting the premises of the bank. Congress corporator Rama Waghmare who also holds an account in the bank was also present for the inaugural ceremony.

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