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Corporation Bank ATM centre in Vellayambalam

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, Aug 28

CORPORATION Bank has no less than 70 ATMs already in operation and Thiruvananthapuram city will have a network of 10 outlets by the end of the next month, according to Mr M. Vishwanathan Nair, General Manager.

Mr Nair stated this while speaking on the occasion of the inauguration of an ATM centre at Vellayambalam.

The Minister for Transport, Mr K.B. Ganesh Kumar, formally launched the ATM services at a function.

Outlining a slew of new technological initiatives which the bank has made in recent times, Mr Nair referred to Net banking for corporate customers availing collection and payment services (CAPS), Internet banking for retail customers, telebanking, lobby banking and CorpReach (remote access for companies and homes).

ATM cards - Corp Senior and Corp Junior - that enable customers to send cash to parents or children electronically without the hassles of a DD or cheque are another popular product.

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