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More than 2 dozen companies want collaboration with India Post Payments Bank-Manoj Sinha

New Delhi: March 27,2017

Government has said that there are many companies who have approached the Department of Posts for collaboration with India Post Payments Bank. Replying to a question in the Rajya Sabha, the Minister of Communications Shri Manoj Sinha said that while the Department is in various stages of discussions with them, decision on formal partnerships will be taken after carefully evaluating the entire value proposition that they propose for the common man. The India Post Payments Bank had launched its two branches in Raipur (Chhattisgarh) and Ranchi (Jharkhand) on 30/01/2017 with basic products and banking services in partnership with Punjab National Bank.

Shri Sinha also said that the Payments Banks are different from regular Banks in the following fundamental   ways as per RBI guidelines for Licensing of Payments Banks:

 (i)     Payment Banks are not allowed to undertake lending activities directly. It can accept demand deposits only that is savings and current accounts and will initially be restricted to holding a maximum balance of Rs. 100,000(Rupees one lakh only) per individual customer.

(ii)    Payment Banks cannot accept Non Resident Indian (NRI) deposits.

(iii) The Payment Banks cannot set up subsidiaries to undertake non banking financial services activities.

A list of companies interested in partnering with India Post Payments Bank is attached at Annexure A.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Annexure A

 

 

List companies keen to partner with India Post Payments Bank.

1

YES Bank

2

Union Bank

3

Punjab National Bank

4

IDBI Bank (Industrial Development Bank of India)

5

SBI (State Bank of India)

6

Axis

7

Bank of Baroda

8

IDFC Bank (Industrial development finance company)

9

Deutshe Bank

10

Barclays Bank

11

Citibank

12

NABARD (National Bank For Agriculture & Rural Development)

13

HSBC (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation)

14

MICRO SAVE

15

Allahabad Bank

16

Indian Overseas Bank

17

Dena Bank

18

FIA (Financial Inclusion)

19

Kotak Mahindra Bank

20

United Bank of India

21

HDFC Life (Housing Development Finance Corporation)

22

Royal Sundaram

23

PNB Metlife (Punjab National Bank)

24

ICICI Lombard ( Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Bank)

25

ICICI Prudential ( Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Bank)

26

Bajaj Allianz Life

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