Introduction Established In 1806 at Calcutta as Bank Of Calcutta It is the oldest bank of Indian sub-continent Head Quarter- Corporate Center, Madam Cama Road, Mumbai. Largest bank network in India with 16,000 branches Over 8,500 ATM’s
Deposits- $195 Billion Revenues - $12 Billion SBI accounts for 1/5 of the nations loans SBI is 29th amongst most reputable companies in the world according to Forbes Listed in B.S.E & N.S.E.
History Started as ‘Bank Of Calcutta’ on 2nd June 1806 Later Renamed as ‘Bank Of Bengal’ Later Bank Of Madras, Bank Of Bombay & Bank Of Bengal were merged to form ‘Imperial Bank Of India’ (1921). It was nationalised on 1955 & renamed ‘State Bank Of India’
Stage Financial Situation Banking Needs Few Financial Burdens;10-26 recreation oriented Low-cost checking; auto loan; credit card Home purchasing peak; Mortgage; Credit card;27-40 Liquid assets low; Revolving Credit Line; Bill Consolidation Loan Home Improvement Loans;41-59 Good Financial Position; Equity Credit Lines; Money Mkt Deposit accounts Investment services60 and above Significantly Monthly Income Checks on CDs; reduced Income Direct Deposit of Social Security
Income Low- Fixed Deposits, Personal Loans, Agricultue Loans Middle- Mutual Funds, Home Loan, Consumer Durable Loans, Education Loans, High- Offers car loan, Credit card Services, Home improvement loans, Insurance.
Occupation Unskilled Workers- Insurance Policies, Saving account, Investment Schemes. Skilled workers- Loan for home, education, Consumer durables, Car Loans, Shop Owners- Cash Credits, Insurance, Loan against bonds. Businessmen- Medium Term Loans, Loan against property , loan against gold.
PRODUCTS/SERVICES OFFERED Personal Banking NRI Banking Current Accounts Corporate Banking Term Deposits Small Scale Industries Reinvestment Plan Small Business Finance Public Provident Fund Agriculture Finance Scheme Housing Government Business Loans Car Loans Other Services Education Loans Consumer Durables Loans Personal Loans Loans against Shares & Debentures Gold Loans
Fastest Growing SegmentBusiness Banking • Current Account & Services • Business Loans • Trade services • Advisory Services Microfinancing In Rural & Semi –Urban Areas.
Rural & Semi–Urban Areas 70 % of population lives in Rural areas. Rural Banking & Micro Finance Rural economy(Agriculture+ onagriculture) Consists of 50% of GDP Current Demand For Credit In Rural India Is about 1,33,000. crs Commercial Banks Cover Only 7% of rural sector &large market is still untapped
Criteria Considered forrural areas Tie –Up With Indian Postal Services To Penetrate The Rural Market Partner With NGO To act as Business Facilators Low Cost ATM for wage distribution having local language interface. Increasing Rural Penetration by using methods such as ‘Bank On Wheels’ Using the ATM as mediators for loan Leads
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