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Wealth management branch opened

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— Photo: R. Ravindran

DIFFERENT NOTES:Carnatic maestro

CHENNAI: ICICI Bank on Thursday launched a Wealth Management Branch, their second in the city, at Indira Nagar, Adyar to cater to the diverse investment needs of its clientele.

Carnatic musician M. Balamuralikrishna inaugurated the branch, which is located at 12/83, First Avenue, Indira Nagar, Adyar.

Music composer Gangai Amaran and dance exponents the Dhananjayans, Viral Rupani, ICICI Zonal Head for retail and business banking, Sreedhar Dharmapuri, regional head, were present.

The Wealth Management branch is an exclusive facility with priority service, private meeting rooms, locker facilities, in-branch ATM and an Internet Banking desk.

The branch will offer the entire range of ICICI bank products such as mutual fund, current account, NRI services and investment guidance.

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