Dehradun, April 12, 2022: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Hon. Shri Pushkar Singh Dhami today digitally inaugurated 8 new HDFC Bank branches in the state. The branches are located in Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar districts.
With the addition of eight new branches, the bank now has 80 branches in the state. Of the eight new branches in Uttarakhand, three are located in Dehradun, two in Haridwar, two in Nainital and one in Udham Singh Nagar district.
Hon. CM inaugurated the branches in presence of HDFC Bank officials Mr Arvind Vohra, Group Head – Retail Branch Banking; Mr Akhilesh Kumar Roy, Branch Banking Head – UP and Uttarakhand; and Mr Bakul Sikka, Circle Head. HH Chidanand Saraswati of Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh graced the occasion as the guest of honour.
People in the state can now benefit from the vast range of world-class products and services of HDFC Bank, all under one roof. These would include basic services such as Savings Account, Fixed Deposits, Current Account, Mutual Funds, Lockers; NRI Services; Demat; International Credit and Debit Cards; and sophisticated direct access banking channels such as ATM, and Net Banking.
“We are committed to make available to our customers world class financial products and services,” says Mr Arvind Vohra, Group Head – Retail Branch Banking, HDFC Bank. “I am sure with our focus on customers and technology that allows us to offer anywhere and anytime banking with an unmatched speed of delivery, people of this area will immensely benefit from our presence here.”
“We are delighted to open 8 new branches in the state today,” says Mr Akhilesh Kumar Roy, Branch Banking Head – UP and Uttarakhand, HDFC Bank. “This is part of the bank’s efforts to make the bank’s world class products and services accessible to one and all.”
The bank is approaching 100 branches in the state and to celebrate this milestone, it will plant 1.5 lakh saplings in the state in this financial year, under the aegis of Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh.
At a national level, HDFC Bank has 50% of its branches in semi-urban and rural areas and is continuously extending its reach with an endeavour to support inclusive growth.