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  • HDFC Bank holds Mega Loan Mahotsava at Haldia, East Medinapur

    Published on December 22, 2010

    Mumbai: HDFC Bank, one of the premier banks in the country, held a Mega Loan Mahotsava at East Medinapur in Haldia (West Bengal). East Medinapur is one of the fastest developing districts in West Bengal in terms of industrial growth. Many leading industries like HPCL refinery, Gokul Refoils, Adani Wilmart, Emami Bio-Disel, Ruchi Soya, Exide, Hindustan Uniliver, Indian Oil, Mitsubishi and others are housed in East Medinapur. This district is also known for Paddy and Jute crops.

    HDFC Bank organized a first-of-its-kind one-day Mega Loan Mahotsava in East Medinapur with focus on loans for construction, earth-moving equipment and agriculture. The bank partnered with blue-chip equipment makers such as JCB, L & T Komatsu, Terex, Telcon, CATerpillar, Escorts Construction, L&T Case Equipment, Standard Cranes and Hyundai Construction. On display at the Mahotsava were different models of Backhoe Loaders, Excavators, Cranes and Tippers.

    HDFC Bank kick-started the Mega Loan Mahotsava under the bank’s New Rural Campaign in July 2010 at Pimpalgaon near Nasik in Maharashtra. The Bank is holding a total of 150 Gramin Loan Mahotsavas, small and big, across the country. The states include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, West Bengal and Punjab.

    Mr. Anil Bhavnani, Head, Infrastructure Finance Group from HDFC Bank handed over keys to customers at the Loan Mahotsava. Amongst dignitaries present on the dais were Basab Raj Chowdhury, GM-Haldia Port Trust, Shri Prashant Kumar Patro Director, Progressive Endeavours, Shri PK Jaiswal, Director, Ripley & Co. and Ms. Meenu Biswas, Circle Head, Branch Banking, HDFC Bank.

    Mr. Ashima Bhat, Country Head, Emerging Corporates Group & Infrastructure Finance Group, HDFC Bank from Mumbai said, “Welcome changes are sweeping across India, especially rural India. We are a major financial intermediary in the country today, and it is our earnest endeavour to make a difference to the lives of people residing there by reaching out to them. We are committed to partnering our customers in their journey of progress.”

    Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anil Bhavnani said, “With the help of such Loan Mahotsavas, we are able to directly reach out to farmers without intermediaries and offer them banking solutions as per their needs.

    Mumbai: HDFC Bank, one of the premier banks in the country, held a Mega Loan Mahotsava at East Medinapur in Haldia (West Bengal). East Medinapur is one of the fastest developing districts in West Bengal in terms of industrial growth. Many leading industries like HPCL refinery, Gokul Refoils, Adani Wilmart, Emami Bio-Disel, Ruchi Soya, Exide, Hindustan Uniliver, Indian Oil, Mitsubishi and others are housed in East Medinapur. This district is also known for Paddy and Jute crops.

    HDFC Bank organized a first-of-its-kind one-day Mega Loan Mahotsava in East Medinapur with focus on loans for construction, earth-moving equipment and agriculture. The bank partnered with blue-chip equipment makers such as JCB, L & T Komatsu, Terex, Telcon, CATerpillar, Escorts Construction, L&T Case Equipment, Standard Cranes and Hyundai Construction. On display at the Mahotsava were different models of Backhoe Loaders, Excavators, Cranes and Tippers.

    HDFC Bank kick-started the Mega Loan Mahotsava under the bank’s New Rural Campaign in July 2010 at Pimpalgaon near Nasik in Maharashtra. The Bank is holding a total of 150 Gramin Loan Mahotsavas, small and big, across the country. The states include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, West Bengal and Punjab.

    Mr. Anil Bhavnani, Head, Infrastructure Finance Group from HDFC Bank handed over keys to customers at the Loan Mahotsava. Amongst dignitaries present on the dais were Basab Raj Chowdhury, GM-Haldia Port Trust, Shri Prashant Kumar Patro Director, Progressive Endeavours, Shri PK Jaiswal, Director, Ripley & Co. and Ms. Meenu Biswas, Circle Head, Branch Banking, HDFC Bank.

    Mr. Ashima Bhat, Country Head, Emerging Corporates Group & Infrastructure Finance Group, HDFC Bank from Mumbai said, “Welcome changes are sweeping across India, especially rural India. We are a major financial intermediary in the country today, and it is our earnest endeavour to make a difference to the lives of people residing there by reaching out to them. We are committed to partnering our customers in their journey of progress.”

    Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anil Bhavnani said, “With the help of such Loan Mahotsavas, we are able to directly reach out to farmers without intermediaries and offer them banking solutions as per their needs.

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