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  • Barclays strengthens its ATM network in Mumbai and Delhi

    Published on August 5, 2010

    Mumbai: (India Prwire) Barclays, a leading global financial services provider, today announced that it will add 30 new off site ATMs in Mumbai and Delhi. These ATMs will be set up starting from the month of August 2010. The ATMs are being installed to increase Barclays reach and presence across these cities, further increasing the Bank’s visibility in these two Metros.

    The installation of the 30 new ATMs is part of Barclays retail strategy to strengthen its business proposition in India, which is focused on the mass affluent customer segment. Increasing the number of ATMs that Barclays customers will be able to use across Mumbai and Delhi, Barclays two largest markets in India, will help provide a better and more convenient experience for the customers.

    Suvrat Saigal, Director Consumer Banking, Barclays Corporate India said, “ATMs are becoming the most used touch point between a bank and its customers as an increasing number of people are moving towards using the ATM for their banking needs. To offer the best quality of services to our customers, we have initiated this first phase of roll out in Mumbai and Delhi. We will increase the number based on the need and feedback from our customers.”

    ATMs are no longer just cash dispensing machines. Therefore, Barclays ATMs will include essential features such as cash withdrawal, cash & cheque deposits, balance enquiry, mini statement, cheque book and statement requests along with Visa Money Transfer and mobile recharge. The ATMs will be set up in partnership with Euronet Services India Private Limited.