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Important Banks And Their Taglines


State Bank of India (Group) 
Pure banking nothing else ; With you all the way; The Nation banks on us; A Bank to the common man; A banker to every Indian.
IDBI Bank tagline 
Banking for All; Aao Sochein Bada
Bank of Baroda 
India’s international bank
United Bank of India
The Bank that begins with U
Punjab National Bank 
A Name you can Bank Upon
Allahabad Bank
A tradition of trust
Yes Bank
Experience our expertise
Axis Bank
Badhti ka nam zindagi
Citi Bank
Let's get it done
Standard Chartered Bank 
Your Right Partner
Andhra Bank
Where India Banks
Bank of India 
Relationships beyond banking
Bank of Rajasthan
Together we Prosper
Bank of Maharashtra
One family one bank
Canara Bank 
Together We Can ; It’s easy to change for those who you love
Central Bank of India 
A Better Life Around Us; Central to you since 1911
Corporation Bank
Prosperity for All
Dena Bank
Trusted Family Bank
DBS Bank
Living, Breathing Asia
American Express Bank 
Do more
Indian Bank
Your tech friendly bank; Taking Banking Technology to Common Man
HSBC Bank 
The World's local bank
We Understand Your World
Royal Bank of Scotland
Make it happen
JPMorgan Chase Bank
The right relationship is everything
Indian Overseas
Good people to grow with
Khayaal Apka; Hum hai na
Federal Bank
Your Perfect Banking Partner
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Where every individual is committed
Syndicate Bank 
Your faithful & friendly financial partner
UCO Bank
Honours Your Trust
Bhartiya Mahila Bank
Empowering Women
BNP Paribas
The bank for a changing world
Barclays Bank
Fluent in finance
South Indian Bank
Experience Next Generation Banking
Vijaya Bank
A Friend You can Bank Upon
J & K Bank
Serving to Empower
Karur Vysya Bank
Smart way to Bank
Punjab and Sindh Bank
Where series is a way of life
Scotia Bank  
You’re richer than you think
Lakshmi Vilas Bank
The Changing Face of Prosperity
IndusInd Bank
We Care... Dil Se; We Make You Feel Richer
State Bank of Mysore 
Working for a better tomorrow
State Bank of Patiala
Blending Modernity with Tradition
State Bank of Travancore
A Long Tradition of Trust
State Bank of Hyderabad
You can always bank on us


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