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Andhra Bank IFSC Code

Andhra Bank Branches in India

Last Updated 01st Sep 2020

Click on the states below to find the address of all Andhra Bank Branches and the branch IFSC code in each state

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Andhra Bank has merged into Union Bank of India on April 1, 2020. The interest rates of Union Bank of India will now be applicable on Andhra Bank.

About Andhra Bank

Andhra Bank offers deposit schemes, credit cards and secured and unsecured loans like home loan, personal loan, business loan, loan against property.

  • Lowest Andhra Bank home loan interest is 8.15%.
  • Low interest personal loan on Andhra Bank starts at 11.55%.
  • Andhra Bank offer loan against property at a low rate of 10.75%.
  • Highest fixed deposit interest offered by Andhra Bank is 5.90% per annum on deposits.
  • Andhra Bank offers high returns upto 6.30% on recurring deposit.
  • Its current MCLR Rate is 7.20% which was last revised on 11th Oct 20.

FAQs

What is the IFSC code for Andhra Bank?

IFSC code stands for Indian Financial System Code and is a unique eleven-digit number used to transfer funds online between banks. It is a combination of alphabets and numerals, where the first 4 characters of IFSC code represent the name of the bank, the fifth character is 0, and the last 6 numbers define the branch code of the bank.

How can I know my Andhra Bank IFSC code?

The IFSC Code of a Andhra Bank is provided on the cheque and passbook provided by < bank name>. You can also visit the bank website of the or RBI's website to know about IFSC Code.

What is IFSC code in Andhra Bank passbook?

IFSC Code is an 11 digit code, comprising a combination of alphabets and numbers, where first 4 characters represent the name of the bank, the fifth character is 0, and the last 6 digits define the branch code of the bank.

How to use the Andhra Bank IFSC Code for transferring money online?

IFSC Code can be used to fund transfer between banks for transferring funds online through payments methods such as NEFT, IMPS and RTGS.

What will happen if I provide wrong Andhra Bank IFSC code while fund transfer?

To transfer funds, you must furnish all the correct information such as Account number as well as IFSC Code. Thus, if you enter the wrong IFSC Code of Andhra Bank, then the transaction will be failed.

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