Canara Bank Near Me

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Canara Bank Branch/ATM Locations Near Me

To view nearby branches and ATMs, go to www.canarabank.com/english/quick-access/locator/ and select one of the options (e.g., ATM counter, branch details, CCMS centers, etc.).

About Canara Bank

Canara Bank is India’s third largest nationalized bank. It is held by the Government of India’s Ministry of Finance. Its headquarter is in Bangalore. Ammembal Subba Rao Pai founded the bank in Mangalore in 1906, and it now has offices in London, Hong Kong, Dubai, and New York.

It offers various services to its corporate clients, including Cash Management Services, loans, IPO surveillance systems, etc. NRI Banking- Besides numerous personal banking products, it also provides remittance and consultancy services to its NRI clients. It also offers products and services to the priority and SME sectors.

Throughout its century-long history, the bank has gone through numerous stages of its growth trajectory. Canara Bank’s growth was tremendous, especially after nationalization in 1969, when it achieved the rank of a national-level player in terms of geographical coverage and clientele sectors. For the Bank, the 1980s were marked by business diversification. The Bank celebrated a century of service in the Indian banking market in June 2006.

Canara Bank is one of the most popular banks in India, and here you can view info about the phone number and the business’s opening hours.

Canara Bank Customer Service

Customer service: The bank’s toll-free number is 1800 425 0018 (Working hours: 24/7).

Hours of operation: A branch’s opening hours are available to view on the map and at the branch locator.

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Canara Bank FAQs:

Q1. Is Canara Bank a government-owned institution?

Ans: The Bank is a government-owned enterprise that conducts all banking operations. The Central Government established the bank through a law passed on July 19, 1969.

Q2. Is Canara Bank a secure institution?

Ans: Canara Bank is a secure place to put your money. Fixed deposit principle and interest are protected for up to Rs. 1 lakh by the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC), as stipulated by the Reserve Bank of India.

Q3. What is Canara Bank’s minimum balance?

Ans: Semi-Urban/Urban/Metro branches have a monthly average balance of Rs. 1000/-, whereas Rural branches have an average monthly balance of Rs. 500/-.

Q4. What is the Canara Bank debit card limit?

Ans: The cash withdrawal limit at ATMs for Canara Bank Debit Card – Standard/Classic is Rs. 40,000 per day, while the purchasing transaction limit is Rs. 1,00,000 per day. Canara Bank Debit Card The Platinum & Business Debit Card has a daily cash withdrawal limit of Rs. 50,000 and a purchasing transaction limit of Rs.

Q5. Is there a zero-balance account at Canara Bank?

Ans: The Canara Bank Basic Savings Deposit Account has the advantage of being a zero-balance savings account. There is no minimum balance restriction with this account, as there is with most savings accounts, and there are no maintenance fees.