The country's central bank (RBI) has specified three ways in which we can remit money. These include the popular NEFT, RTGS and IMPS. However, to undertake these transactions, we must have the IFSC Code allotted by RBI to each bank and the specified branch.
The ICICI Bank IFSC Code is an 11-digit alphanumeric code having special 4 characters, 'ICIC', stand for the name of the bank, the fifth character is always 'zero' for future use and the final six characters specify the 'exact branch address'.
If you are searching for the IFSC code of your home branch, you can use two mechanisms to search. In the offline mode you will find it written on your cheque book, which has been given to you by the ICICI Bank branch. If you are looking for online IFSC Code of ICICI Bank you can find here in Goodreturns.
ICICI Bank was formerly known as the Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India, which lent to large industrial projects in the country. It was later transformed to a bank and got its shares listed on the stock exchanges in India.
Today, ICICI Bank is the top private sector lender in the country along with banks like State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda.
Huge branch network
The bank has a network of branches in excess of 4,450. What this means is that if you want to transfer money from one Bank branch to another branch, you need the IFSC Code of ICICI Bank.
We have provided you with the IFSC codes of all of the branches of the bank. We will keep updating the same regularly.
A little more on ICICI Bank
From mere project finance institution, ICICI Bank today provides a range of services through the parent company and a host of subsidiaries. For example, ICICI Prudential Life provides life insurance, while ICICI Direct provides brokerage services. The bank also has a subsidiary that provides general insurance and an asset management company.
The bank also has branches across the globe including places like United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Singapore, apart from a significant presence in the Middle east, through branches in Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
ICICI Bank was also among the first Indian Banks to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
Among the many innovative products of the bank includes the Pockets, MySavings Rewards, Contactless Debit and Credit Cards, Video Banking for Non Resident Indians etc.