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Syndicate Bank have 3911 number of bank branches with in India and cover 2410 City and 850 District and 36 states or union territories of India. Syndicate Bank is one of the oldest and major commercial banks of India. It was founded in 1925, Udupi by T M A Pai, Upendra Pai and Vaman Kudva. At the time of its establishment, the bank was known as Canara Industrial and Banking Syndicate Limited.

IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. This is an individual code assigned to banks in India that participate in the 2 main fund transfer systems: the RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and the NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer). The purpose of the IFSC is to give unique identification codes to all member banks.

The code has 11 digits. The first 4 digits represent the bank and by alphabet characters. The last 6 digits are for the identification of the branch. The 5th character is a "zero", which is intended for future use.

MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. These are the bar codes that you would normally find at the bottom of your Syndicate Bank cheque leaves. MICR codes, technically, refer to the process of printing the codes on the cheque leaves.

How to find Syndicate Bank IFSC code?

  1. Select Syndicate Bank from above drop down menu.
  2. Select your State / Union Territories
  3. Select your District
  4. Select your Branch name


Complete bank branch data you can get like IFSC Code, MICR Code, Branch Name, City, District, State, Address, Contact number of your bank branch.

 

Syndicate Bank 24x7 Toll Free Customer Care Number

 

Global Credit Cards - FOR HOTLISTING OF LOST CARD OR ENQUIRY

  • 1800 225 092 ( BSNL / MTNL Land Lines )
  • 022-4042 6003 ( Other Lines Chargeable to caller )


Global Debit Cards FOR HOTLISTING OF LOST CARD

  • 1800 425 0585 ( BSNL / MTNL Land Lines )
  • 09483522433 ( Other Lines Chargeable to caller )


SYNDICATE BANK: CARD CENTRE: BANGALORE

  • Credit Cards 080–26639966 to 68
  • Debit Cards  080-26639966 to 68 

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