India Interest Rates
|Bank||Branch||Founded||1 Year Rate||Ownership|
|Bank Of Baroda+Follow||4718||1908||India||8.00%||Local|
|Bank Of India+Follow||4545||1906||India||7.60%||Local|
|Union Bank Of India+Follow||3500||1919||India||7.75%||Local|
|Indian Overseas Bank+Follow||3257||1937||India||7.50%||Local|
|Oriental Bank Of Commerce+Follow||2000||1943||India||7.50%||Local|
Retail banking in India is dominated by many large pubic sector banks and private sector banks. Other banks available include co-operative banks, regional rural banks and foreign banks
Largest Banks in India
Public sector banks dominate the countries with around 75% bank assets with top public sector banks including
SBI, the largest bank in India as well as Bank of Baroda, PNB, Bank of India and Canara Bank. For the private sector banks, HDFC and ICICI dominate as well Axis, Kotak Mahindra and IndusInd Bank. All these banks have thousands of branches and ATMs across the country.
With a significantly smaller branch network compared to national banks in the country but with more international banking options include Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, Citibank and Barclays India have retail operations for residents, expats and (NRI) Non resident Indians.
In India, the RBI (rbi.org.in) is the regulator of the Indian financial system and the Financial Intelligence Unit (http://fiuindia.gov.in) is the government agency responsible for dessimination and investigations of suspect financial transactions against money laundering and related crimes.