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Bank of Baroda

  • Amongst the top five public sector banks in India
  • Has a presence in 25 foreign countries
  • Has a network of over 5,350 branches globally, including India
  • Over 8,000 ATMs

Bank of Baroda was founded by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad on July 20, 1908. It was set up under the Companies Act of 1897. At present, Bank of Baroda is one of the largest banks in India as well as part of NIFTY Index of the National Stock Exchange. As of March 31, 2015, the bank had total asset size of Rs 714,988.55 crore (US$ 114.23 billion), which places it amongst the top five banks in terms of asset size in the country.

Bank of Baroda has over 5,245 branches in India and over 105 branches in around 25 foreign countries. In total, it has over 5,350 branches all over the world employing around 42,215 employees. Bank of Baroda’s central philosophy is financial integrity, business prudence, caution and an abiding care and concern for the hard earned savings of its customers.


Bank of Baroda: India's International Bank


Awarded Best Public Sector Bank Award under the category of Global Business at the Dun & Bradstreet Banking Awards 2015


Awarded as “The Most Efficient Public Sector Bank” of the year 2014


Gets awarded Best PSU Bank in second edition of Bloomberg UTV Financial Leadership Awards


Gets conferred with HR Excellence Award for Best Intellectual Human Resource Utilization Practices by Amity International Business School, New Delhi


Gets conferred with Silver Award by Dainik Bhaskar Group (DNA) at its Annual India Pride Awards 2010


Wins award for the Leading Public Sector Bank in Global Business Development category at the Dun and Bradstreet Banking Awards


Wins the SMIA 2007 Award in the Marketing Effectiveness Conclave conducted by SP Jain Institute of Management and Research


Receives Elite Category Award for Excellence in Marketing and Brand Communication


Bank accounts opened under the Government’s flagship financial inclusion drive Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) reached 40.05 crore and deposits in Jan Dhan bank accounts stood at more than Rs. 1.30 lakh crore (US$ 18.44 billion).