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Card Benefits and rewards Fees and Charges
Citibank Platinum Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Nil
Annual Fees : Rs. 2,999
Renewal Fees : Rs. 2,999
Finance Charges per Month : 3.35%
SBI Gold Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs. 299
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 299
Finance Charges per Month : 3.35%
SBI Gold and More Advantage Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs. 299
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 299
Finance Charges per Month : 2.25%
SBI Advantage Plus Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs.
Annual Fees : Rs. 500
Renewal Fees : Rs. 500
Finance Charges per Month : 2.25%
Axis Bank Platinum Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs. 500
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 200
Finance Charges per Month : 3.25%
Axis Bank Insta Easy Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs. 500
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees :Nil
Finance Charges per Month : 2.50%
ICICI Bank Platinum Chip Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Rs. 199
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 99
Finance Charges per Month : 3.40%
ICICI Bank Instant Platinum Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Nil
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees :Nil
Finance Charges per Month : 2.49%
HDFC Bank Corporate Platinum Card
  • No or low renewal fees.
  • Suitable for those who want to use credit cards only as convenient payment cards.
  • Long credit free period with very low rate of interest.
  • Upto 100% cash withdrawal facility available.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.
  • Limited offers for reward points or cash backs available on select cards.
Joining Fees : Nil
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees :Nil
Finance Charges per Month : 3.50%
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News - Feb 2017
25th Feb 17 ICICI Bank buys 81.4 million shares of JP Ventures
ICICI Bank has acquired 81.4 million shares of Jaiprakash Power Ventures under a debt restructuring plan. The bank has acquired shares by converting debentures into equity. After acquisition, the bank holds 13.72 percent stake in the company as compared to 0.13 percent earlier.
25th Feb 17 SBI merger with five associate banks to happen on 1st April, 2017
State Bank of India will merge with its five associate banks on 1st April, 2017. The assets of the five associate banks including State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State Bank of Patiala and State Bank of Hyderabad will be transferred to State Bank of India on 1st April. After this merger, SBI with an asset size of 550 billion dollars, will become a global sized bank and compete with the largest bank in the world.
25th Feb 17 IDFC Bank sanctions loan of Rs. 675 crore to Solairedirect
IDFC Bank has sanctioned a loan worth Rs. 675 crore to a Rajasthan based solar power project owned by French company Solairedirect. The bank has channelised loan via special purpose vehicle called Solaire Surya Urja Pvt.
25th Feb 17 SEBI eases norms for Debt Mutual Funds to invest in Indian Housing Finance Companies
Securities Exchange Board of India has eased the norms for Debt Mutual Funds for investing in Indian HFCs. Debt Mutual Funds can now invest up to 15 percent of their total net assets in housing finance companies as compared to 10 percent earlier. The norms have been relaxed with a view to attract more funds for affordable housing activities. As a result, shares of housing finance companies rose by 4 percent on 23rd February, 2017.
25th Feb 17 Oxyloans targets to disburse Rs. 100 crore in 100 days from 1st march, 2017
Oxyloans, a Hyderabad based peer to peer lending firm, targets to disburse loans worth Rs. 100 crore in 100 days from 1st March, 2017. As per leading official, Oxyloans has received 270 loan applications forms worth Rs. 250 crore from various business sectors. The P2P lending platform offers loans across multiple segments including personal loans, business loans and SME loans.
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