In December 2021, HDFC Bank aims to increase its loan book by Rs. 13,000 crores (US$ 1.73 billion) in Uttar Pradesh.
In September 2021, HDFC Bank aims to double the number of retail loans.
In September 2021, HDFC introduced gold loan desks in 24 branches across Uttarakhand to financially empower people.
In September 2021, HDFC Bank announced plan to double its rural reach to 2 lakh villages in the next two years and cater to more customers.
In September 2021, HDFC Bank collaborated with Paytm to introduce co-branded credit cards.
In September 2021, the bank signed an MoU with the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) to provide credit support to MSMEs.
In August 2021, HDFC Bank signed an MoU with i-Hub (Gujarat Student Start-up and Innovation Hub) to extend banking solutions to start-ups.
In July 2021, the bank partnered with CSC to introduce an overdraft scheme for small retailers.
In July 2021, the bank signed an MoU with ‘SASTRA’ (Security and Scientific Technical Research Association) to provide banking solutions to start-ups.
In April 2021, HDFC Bank unveiled organisational changes under ‘Project Future – Ready’ to power its next wave of growth. The bank is reorganising operations into three divisions: Business Verticals, Delivery Channels and Technology/Digital
In March 2021, HDFC Bank launched ‘SmartUp Unnati’, a programme targeting more than 3,000 women entrepreneurs