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Private Sectors Banks

The private-sector banks in India represent part of the Indian banking sector that is made up of both private and public sector banks. The "private-sector banks" are banks where greater parts of stake or equity are held by the private shareholders and not by government.
Banking in India has been dominated by public sector banks since the 1969 when all major banks were nationalized by the Indian government. However since liberalization in government banking policy in 1990s, old and new private sector banks have re-emerged. They have grown faster and bigger over the two decades since liberalization using the latest technology, providing contemporary innovations and monetary tools and techniques.

Cooperative Banks in India :-

Sl.No

Name of the Bank

Website

1

Axis Bank

https://www.axisbank.com

2

Development Credit Bank

https://www.dcbbank.com

3

HDFC Bank

https://www.hdfc.com

4

ICICI Bank

https://www.icicibank.com

5

IndusInd Bank

https://www.indusind.com

6

Kotak Mahindra Bank

https://www.kotak.com

7

Yes Bank

https://www.yesbank.in

8

Catholic Syrian Bank

https://www.csb.co.in

9

Dhanalakshmi Bank

https://www.dhanbank.com

10

ING Vysya Bank

https://www.ingvysya.com

11

Federal Bank

https://www.federal-bank.com

12

Jammu & Kashmir Bank

https://www.jkbank.net

13

Karnataka Bank Ltd

https://www.karnatakabank.com

14

Karur Vysya Bank

https://www.kvb.co.in

15

Lakshmi Vilas Bank

https://www.lvbank.com

16

South Indian Bank

https://www.southindianbank.com

17

Tamilnadu Mercentile Bank Ltd

https://www.tmb.in


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