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ICICI branch inaugurated

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—PHOTO: R.M. RAJARATHINAM

NEW FACILITY:Col. K. Haridas, right, Commanding Officer, 117 Infantry Battalion (TA) The Guards, interacting with Narayanan Unni, left, Regional Head of ICICI Bank, Tiruchi at the inauguration of K.K. Nagar branch in Tiruchi on Thursday.

TIRUCHI: The new branch of the ICICI Bank was inaugurated at K. K. Nagar in the city on Thursday. Col. K. Haridas, Commanding Officer, 117 Infantry Battalion (TA), The Guards, inaugurated the branch. N. Bala Baskar, Director, Bharathidasan Institute of Management, commissioned the automated teller machine of the branch.

According to a press release of the bank, the new branch will offer an entire range of ICICI Bank products including a comprehensive range of deposits, mutual fund, current account, saving account, NRI services and investment services to cater to different customer profiles and needs. .

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