Touching hearts spreading smiles: a banker's quest

By: Narendra, M
Publisher: Chennai Indian Overseas Bank 2014Description: 262 p. Subject(s): Banking management - Indian Overseas Bank | Banks and banking, International | Banking | Community developmentDDC classification: 332.15 Summary: Indian Overseas Bank was founded in the year 1937 by a young visionary Shri M.Ct.M. Chidambaram Chettyar with the main objective of specialising in forex business. IOB had the unique distinction of commencing business simultaneously at Karaikudi and Chennai and within nine months in Rangoon (Burma) and Penang (Malaysia). Indian Overseas Bank was the smallest of the 14 major banks which were nationalised in 1969 and is now the 7th largest nationalised bank. The global business of the Bank as on 31st March 2014 was Rs. 4,09,057 crores, with 3,265 branches in India, spread across all the states and union territories, except Lakshadweep. IOB has seven branches abroad – one each in Singapore, Seoul and Bangkok, and two each in Hong Kong and Colombo, and three representative offices in Guangzhou (China), Dubai (UAE) and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam). http://www.freepressjournal.in/fpj-initiatives/touching-hearts-spreading-smiles/408498
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Table of content

1. During the last three years, the Bank achieved many milestones
2. Highlights of FY 2014 performance
3. CSR Initiatives 2013-14
4. Community Development
5. Sports
6. Relief from Natural Disasters
7. Education
8. Medical facilities
9. Culture
10. Agriculture
11. NPA Management & Recovery



Indian Overseas Bank was founded in the year 1937 by a young visionary Shri M.Ct.M. Chidambaram Chettyar with the main objective of specialising in forex business. IOB had the unique distinction of commencing business simultaneously at Karaikudi and Chennai and within nine months in Rangoon (Burma) and Penang (Malaysia).

Indian Overseas Bank was the smallest of the 14 major banks which were nationalised in 1969 and is now the 7th largest nationalised bank. The global business of the Bank as on 31st March 2014 was Rs. 4,09,057 crores, with 3,265 branches in India, spread across all the states and union territories, except Lakshadweep.

IOB has seven branches abroad – one each in Singapore, Seoul and Bangkok, and two each in Hong Kong and Colombo, and three representative offices in Guangzhou (China), Dubai (UAE) and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).


http://www.freepressjournal.in/fpj-initiatives/touching-hearts-spreading-smiles/408498

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